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Trump is is looking to build a coalition to fight both radical Islam and the growing threat from Iran. For this reason, and NOT business interests, he exempted Egypt and Saudi Arabia from the ban.
A group named 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism released a statement Friday arguing the president's reasoning for the veto is "unconvincing and unsupportable."
He joined an estimated 100 thousand Brits who have embraced the religion of Mohammad, including, possibly, the late Sir Winston Churchill.
As for the legislation passed by the Senate, if it becomes law it would carve out an exception to a 1976 law that largely immunizes foreign nations from being sued in U.S. courts.
Senate Democrats went against the wishes of the Obama administration, which warned the bill could expose Americans overseas to legal risks.
Lately, the pro-Western coalition has begun to crumble, and two key countries - Saudi Arabia and Egypt - are searching for a new political crutch.
A Muslim women's group has emerged to protest a western women's group which is protesting oppression of women in Islamic countries.
A contemporary variant of Kafka's "The Trial" is unfolding in Dubai.
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