Tump's Muslim ban will benefit Isis - researcher

United States (US) President Donald Trump signed a controversial executive order that blocks immigrants from 7 Muslim-majority countries from entering the US.

Senior researcher of the Afro-Middle East Centre, Ebrahim Deen, says this will benefit Isis which has always been campaigning that the West should not be trusted.

However, Deen says it's very doubtful that the order will be signed into law and be implemented further than 90 days.

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