Trump promises to expand the Muslim travel ban to GAZA if elected, and will revoke the student visas of “radically anti-American and anti-Semitic foreigners at our colleges and universities.”
- The former president will unveil his tougher policy in a speech in Iowa on Monday
- “We are not bringing anyone in from Gaza or Syria or Somalia or Yemen or Libya or anywhere else that threatens our security,” he will say.
President Donald Trump will say today that he plans to extend his travel ban to people from the Palestinian territory of Gaza, in the wake of Hamas’ terror attack on Israel.
In a speech in Clive, Iowa, he will also say Americans are disgusted by anti-Israel protests on college campuses and promise to deport foreigners with “jihadi sympathies.”
“I’ve banned refugees from Syria, I’ve banned refugees from Somalia and from the most dangerous places in the world – and in my second term we’re going to expand every ban to keep America safe,” he will say. to excerpts from the speech shared with DailyMail.com.
“We’re not bringing anyone in from Gaza or Syria or Somalia or Yemen or Libya or anywhere that threatens our security.”
Hamas killed 1,300 people last weekend when its gunmen spread out from Gaza in an orgy of killing.
Donald Trump, seen at a campaign rally in New Hampshire earlier this month, files a data protection claim against Orbis Business Intelligence
Protesters take part in an “Emergency Rally: Stand Together with the Palestinians Under Fire in Gaza,” amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Saturday.
Israel has since continued aerial bombardment of the area and is gathering troops ahead of an expected ground invasion.
Trump has used the mass atrocities to revive his travel ban, one of his signature promises from the 2016 campaign.
“In addition, we will aggressively deport resident aliens with jihadist sympathies,” he will say.
“In the wake of the attacks on Israel, Americans are disgusted to see open support for terrorists among the legions of foreigners on college campuses.
“Under the Trump administration, we will revoke the student visas of radical anti-American and anti-Semitic foreigners at our colleges and universities – and send them home immediately.
“The gang of pro-Hamas barbarians we saw on the streets of New York and other cities last week also have no place in America.
“Jewish mothers and fathers should never send their children to school for fear that they will be shot or stabbed on a so-called ‘Day of Jihad.’
Pro-Palestinian protests have been held across the country. Students at Harvard, for example, sparked outrage then Harvard Palestine The Solidarity Committee said Israel was “fully responsible for all the unfolding violence,” even as evidence emerged that Hamas terrorist gunmen had killed children.
Last week, video footage at the University of Washington captured several Jewish students in tears as they begged a driver to stop a pro-Palestinian rally. The participating students appeared to condone violence against Israel and the Jewish people.
Palestinians celebrate as an Israeli military vehicle burns after it was hit by Palestinian gunmen infiltrating areas in southern Israel, on the Israeli side of the Israel-Gaza border
‘They want our people dead. They want to kill us,” a student sobbed to an administrator who appears to be listening but indicates there is nothing he can do.
Trump promised to ban Muslims from entering the country during the 2016 race.
When he came to power, he used an executive order to ban travel to the US from seven countries, most of which were predominantly Muslim.
However, the ban was revised numerous times due to legal challenges. It was eventually rewritten to cover Iran, Syria, Yemen, Libya and Somalia, all with majority Muslim populations, as well as North Korea and Venezuela.