An Iranian conservative newspaper has called on President Hassan Rouhani to reciprocate a travel ban imposed by his US counterpart Donald Trump on Iranian nationals.
A senior Iranian analyst believes that divisive diplomacy and religious bans won’t lead to sustainable peace in Syria and the Middle East, and if the US President Trump wants to defeat terrorism in the region, he should avoid imposing such approaches.
US Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says those born in the seven Muslim-majority countries temporarily barred from the United States by President Donald Trump's executive order may be blocked indefinitely, and others might be added to the list.
Malaysian columnist Azmi Sharom says US President Donald Trump’s executive order to ban anyone from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering America is not only discriminatory, but also foolish and pointless.
While US President Donald Trump has banned Iranian citizens from entering the US, the well-known home-sharing company Airbnb has lauded Iran’s beauty and Iranian people’s hospitality, pledging support for the travellers harmed by Trump’s visa ban.
The Iraqi parliament has approved a "reciprocity measure" after US President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily banning citizens from Iraq and six other Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.
A well-known Iranian pop singer has protested against Trump’s racist decisions, particularly his executive order that bans the citizens of several Muslim countries, including Iran, from entering the US.
An Iranian conservative figure has asked Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani to give a stronger response to US President’s rudeness and impoliteness towards Iranian nationals.
Saudi King Salman in a phone conversation with US President Donald Trump has noted that the terrorist attack on World Trade Centre towers on September 11, 2001, was a plot by Saudi prince Bin Laden to spoil Riyadh-Washington ties. But did the attack spoil their ties? Or other countries paid the price?
US President Trump’s recent executive order has banned citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US, but some Muslim countries were spared from the order's blacklist, even though they have deep-seated ties to terrorism.