The video was stamped with the flag used by the Islamic State in Syria.
Chantal Lebon is a small, energetic 64-year-old retired nursery school teacher with blue eyes and graying hair.
That was two years ago in October "at exactly p.m.," she says. It was only months later that she would again see her son's face -- in a You Tube video.
Abdel had driven his mother there in a car, stopped in a parking spot and lifted her suitcase onto the sidewalk. It showed him wearing a Palestinian keffiyeh and holding a Kalashnikov.
On his plans to deport the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, Trump said that he “would not call it mass deportation” and later tweeted that he did not like that terminology.
He did not, however, clarify if deportations were still a central theme of his plan – though this was very clearly established point during the primaries.
Here he is in his own words, on both of these issues: December 7, 2015 Just a few hours before a rally in Mt.
He used FDR’s Proclamations 2525, 2526, and 2527, which applied to Japanese, Italian, and German Americans in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor as examples. December 8, 2015 Appearing on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Trump said “take a look at [FDR’s] presidential proclamations back a long time ago, 2525, 2526, 2527.
During his two-day Scottish property tour, Donald Trump spurred headlines and questions surrounding his controversial temporary Muslim ban and plans to deport undocumented immigrants in the United States.
On Saturday, during gaggles held on four holes of his Aberdeen golf course, Trump told reporters it “wouldn’t bother” him if a Scottish Muslim came into the United States under his proposed policy plan.
(Jahrgang 1960) schreibt seit 1990 für den SPIEGEL.
Er berichtete als Reporter von den Kriegen im ehemaligen Jugoslawien und über Krisenherde weltweit.