A young girl, wearing a hijab, holds up a sign that reads “I don to be a American citizen.”
It’s the first time the girl has seen the sign since the U.S. imposed new travel restrictions on the country.
She is part of a wave of young women protesting the new travel restriction in the U., but it’s also a backlash against the restrictions that started with President Donald Trump.
“I want to make sure that people are aware that the new restrictions are not about me or my family,” the girl said.
“They’re about us and our right to live in this country.
I’m a U.N. refugee, and I’m also a Muslim.”
The signs are part of an effort to highlight a growing trend among young people: growing concern about the security risks of living in the United States.
Last year, more than 1,000 people signed a petition calling on the administration to ban all travel from the seven Muslim-majority countries, including Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen.
A sign in front of the U and A train station in San Francisco reads “The Muslim World is a Muslim World” and says “I am Muslim.”
| Getty Images In the United Kingdom, about 10,000 students have taken part in protests against Trump and his policies in the last two years, the largest student strike in the country’s history.
They’ve protested the Trump administration’s decision to suspend the entry of Syrian refugees and restrict access to the United Nations.
The U.K. is a predominantly Muslim country, but its population has grown over the last several decades and more than half of people in the UK are Muslim.
In recent years, British Prime Minister Theresa May has pushed to restrict entry to the U, with the government citing concerns about terrorism and extremism.
But the protest movement has gained support, with thousands signing petitions in support of the new rules and activists organizing in the name of the young women, who are among the first in the world to wear the hijab.