‘Irresponsible and irrational:’ Aussie startups speak out on Muslim ban

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President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban caused chaos over the weekend, but the full reach of its impact is still emerging.

The executive order, which pauses travel to the U.S. for citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries, as well as indefinitely halting the Syrian refugee program, saw people turned away at the border and pulled off planes.

While not so immediately impacted, the ban will also have consequences for some Australian technology workers and their businesses.

The CEO of HotelsCombined, Hichame Assi, holds both British and Syrian passports and has lived in Australia since 2008. Read more…

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‘Irresponsible and irrational:’ Aussie startups speak out on Muslim ban

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President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban caused chaos over the weekend, but the full reach of its impact is still emerging.

The executive order, which pauses travel to the U.S. for citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries, as well as indefinitely halting the Syrian refugee program, saw people turned away at the border and pulled off planes.

While not so immediately impacted, the ban will also have consequences for some Australian technology workers and their businesses.

The CEO of HotelsCombined, Hichame Assi, holds both British and Syrian passports and has lived in Australia since 2008. Read more…

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‘Irresponsible and irrational:’ Aussie startups speak out on Muslim ban

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President Donald Trump’s Muslim travel ban caused chaos over the weekend, but the full reach of its impact is still emerging.

The executive order, which pauses travel to the U.S. for citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries, as well as indefinitely halting the Syrian refugee program, saw people turned away at the border and pulled off planes.

While not so immediately impacted, the ban will also have consequences for some Australian technology workers and their businesses.

The CEO of HotelsCombined, Hichame Assi, holds both British and Syrian passports and has lived in Australia since 2008. Read more…

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