Word leaders condemn Donald trump ban on Muslim refugees
World leaders have condemned US President Donald Trump's measures against refugees and travelers from several Muslim-majority countries.
The chorus of criticism came as passport holders from Arab countries were blocked today from passing through customs at US airports while several others were prevented from boarding US-bound planes.
The temporal ban which took effect immediately, caused havoc and confusion for travelers with passports from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
Meanwhile the United Nations refugee agency and the International Organization for Migration has called on the Trump administration to offer asylum to people fleeing war and persecution, saying its resettlement programme is vital.
It would be recalled that President Trump had on Friday the 27th of January 2017, signed an executive order that will curb immigration and the entry of refugees from some Muslim-majority countries