BREAKING: IAAB v. Trump Team Praises Ruling Blocking Muslim Ban 3.0 October 18, 2017 NIAC Statement According to Shayan Modarres, legal counsel for the National Iranian American Council: “We applaud the court’s decision in blocking this unconstitutional third attempt at a Muslim Ban. This latest travel ban is little more than a dangerous effort to target Iranians and Muslims, unjustified by any credible national security concerns. The ...
Muslim Ban 3 Blocked! Help Us Keep Winning October 18, 2017 Shayan Modarres A Maryland Judge granted our Motion for Preliminary Injunction blocking Muslim Ban 3.0 from going into effect for the duration of our lawsuit!
We Just Fully Blocked Muslim Ban 3.0! October 18, 2017 Shayan Modarres Enforcement of Muslim Ban 3.0 will remain blocked for the duration of the lawsuit filed by NIAC, Muslim Advocates, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, and Covington Burling LLP, on behalf of Iranian Alliances Across Borders and individual plaintiffs.
The Geopolitics of Kurdish Independence October 4, 2017 Reza Marashi One week since the Kurdish independence vote, regional stakeholders need a more innovative policy toward the question of Kurdish independence in Iraq to prevent this powder keg from exploding
We’re Already Taking Trump To Court Over Muslim Ban 3.0 October 3, 2017 Shayan Modarres It has taken the Trump administration three takes to figure out how to legally implement a Muslim ban – because they still have not figured out it is unconstitutional to implement a Muslim ban.
What you need to know about Trump’s Muslim Ban 3.0 September 25, 2017 NIAC Staff The Question & Answers page is designed to answer all your questions in regards to Trump’s Muslim Ban 3.0. If there are questions that are not listed here, please contact NIAC’s Legal Counsel Shayan Modarres at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that this page will be continuously updated as the situation evolves.
New Muslim Ban Imminent September 22, 2017 Shayan Modarres The Trump administration’s Muslim ban could be replaced with a new ban as early as today.
NIAC Condemns Trump’s Immoral DACA Decision September 5, 2017 NIAC Statement NIAC condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the Trump administration decision to terminate the DACA program today – a program with bipartisan support that has been wildly successful in every meaningful and measurable way.
NIAC Statement on Apple’s Decision to Restrict Iranian-Made Apps August 25, 2017 NIAC Statement Apple’s decision to restrict mobile apps made by Iranian developers may be an overly cautious approach to U.S. sanctions compliance that undermines U.S. interests by limiting the Iranian people’s access to technologies used for personal communication.
Republicans Vote Down Amendment to Protect Families from Muslim Ban July 19, 2017 Darius Namazi WASHINGTON, DC – Congress took its first vote on the Muslim ban yesterday, as an amendment to protect family members from the Muslim ban was voted down by Republican legislators 23-29. The amendment, introduced by Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI), was offered during a markup of the Homeland Security Appropriations bill ...