Malala criticizes Trump measures against refugees

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Malala Yusufzai asked Trump to not turn back families most powerless of the world. | Photo: National Geographic

Pakistani activist and Nobel Prize of the Yusufzai Malala peace criticized the decision of the President of the United States, Donald Trump, prohibit the entry of refugees from seven countries in the Middle East to that country, which he described as an act of “discrimination”. 
“It breaks me heart that today, President Trump has closed the door to children, mothers and fathers who are fleeing the violence and war,” he said on its Facebook page.
Also, it expressed moved because “refugee children in Syria they have endured six years of war without guilty of anything, are now designated in an act of discrimination”. 
The Executive order signed by Trump Friday suspending entry immediately the entry of immigrants from seven countries with predominantly Muslim population: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Syria and Sudan.
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Finally, asked to the President “that not you of it back to the children and to them families more defenseless of the world”.  
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