Syrian Christian Family Returned to Lebanon Due To Trump Travel Ban

A Syrian Christian Orthodox family were returned to  after being denied entry to the thanks to the ‘Trump ban’ put in place by a few days ago. Airlines operating at ’s Rafik Hariri International Airport began implementing a ban to the for nationals of seven countries. The affected countries are , , , Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. The ‘Trump ban’ is a four-month freeze on refugee into the . This also affects travellers flying to the US through international airports in other countries. Another Syrian family of 3 flying from to Atlanta through were returned back to by airport authorities Saturday night. The ‘Trump ban’ does not affect Lebanese citizens


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