How Muslim-Americans are responding to the Supreme Court's travel ban ruling

Muha Yasin hugged her daughter after she and her brother arrived.
Nebraska resident Muha Yasin, 22, wrapped her daughter Basmal Muse, 6, in a hug after Basmal and her brother Abdirahman Muse, 5, arrived from Nairobi at Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport Monday February 6, 2017. Yasin had waited two years and three months for her children to join her in the US.
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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's "travel ban."

The policy applies to travelers from five countries with overwhelmingly Muslim populations — Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen. It also affects two non-Muslim countries: blocking travelers from North Korea and some Venezuelan government officials and their families.

MPR News host Kerri Miller spoke to Jaylani Hussein, executive director of Council on American-Islamic Relations-Minnesota (CAIR-MN), about how Muslim-Americans responded to the news.

Use the audio player above to hear the full segment.

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