“What’s Next?” Muslims Grapple with Supreme Court Ruling That They Believe Redefines Their Place in America

The Washington Post’s Abigail Hauslohner reports on how Muslim Americans affected by Trump’s travel ban are reacting to the Supreme Court decision to uphold the ban. Some of those waiting for waivers to the ban wonder how they will reunite with family members stuck in banned countries. “Of course I want to stay here,” Mehdi Ostadhassan, an Iranian professor at the University of North Dakota, said. “My family wants to stay here. But for the sake of my career and my family, I think it makes more sense to leave the country.”

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