President-elect US, Donald Trump’s policy advisers, are discussing to formulate a system to register Muslims on a database. According to Secretary of state for Kansas, Kris Kobach, Trump’s advisors are sorting out ways to implement Trump’s policy of registering Muslims immigrants.
He further told that Trump’s policy advisers were also planning a proposal to immediately build boundary wall at US-Mexico border, without the approval of Congress. Construction of boundary wall and the introduction of a new registry system for Muslim immigrants would also require separate fiscal appropriations and more planning in the area of finance.
Kris Kobach who is more likely to hold the strong position of Attorney General in Trump’s Administration told that immigration team of Donald Trump has started to draft the executive orders for review of the President-elect. One reason to proceed so rapidly on the matter is to ensure the Department of Homeland Security and Trump’s administration plan ahead of everything for more enthusiastic collaboration.
It was the policy of Donald Trump to implement a Muslims registration system for making law and order situation better. Not all the Americans are in favour of such registration system due to its unfair dealing of Muslims and targeting a particular community in America.
The resistance on behalf of American Libertarian groups is much evident from the closing down of National Security Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEER) in 2011; The system to register Muslims in the United States was established in during the President Bush’s administration in 2002 after 9/11 to ensure that Muslim immigrants and other visitors from Arab states and Muslim majority nations get themselves registered and keep on informing about their whereabouts.
After the elections, Tump had backed off from propagating the anti-Muslim sentiment but he still plans to implement his policies about Muslims in America.