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A view from New York: Arab Americans work out travel plans as U.S. sorts out Trump’s ban

People rally this month in Brooklyn, N.Y., to protest President Trump's executive order banning travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries.

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For years, Waddh Mubarez has helped people get home.

Mubarez works at a popular travel agency for New York City’s Arab American community, whose members visit the cramped yellow storefront to book trips for friends and family. The requests range from months-long trips to hometowns in Yemen to once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimages to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

But the nature of Mubarez’s job has changed since the White House in January issued a controversial and hotly contested executive order restricting travel from seven Muslim-majority nations.

A trip home, once a reason for celebration, has become a bureaucratic mess, he said.

Each day, the soft-spoken 32-year-old Yemeni-born U.S. citizen works the phones, trying to book travel for passengers stranded in Djibouti, on the Horn of Africa, or console clients too afraid to risk leaving the United States.

He tries to keep a healthy perspective. The situation isn’t so bad for him, after all, in his small Brooklyn office tucked next to a street-front mosque. It’s a lot worse for the clients stuck in transit.

“For us, it’s a problem for the business,” he said. “But for the passengers, it’s a matter of life or death.”

Yet it’s personal for him, too: His mother, father, and younger brother are still living in Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, as the country descends into civil war. They have been waiting for a visa to visit the United States for the past seven months, he said.

“It is taking a long time, more than before,” he said with a pained smile.

They are safe “for now,” he said, “but we don’t know what will happen after that.”

Mubarez is among the tens of thousands of Arab Americans across New York who have been swept up in changes some didn’t expect or don’t fully understand during the ongoing saga of the executive order some have nicknamed the “Muslim ban.”

In bodegas, Islamic bookstores, attorneys’ offices, favorite restaurants and neighborhood mosques, many Arab American New Yorkers speak of the confusion and frustration. Rumors at times substitute for facts while community members try to sort out what to expect. Even attorneys have been left puzzled.

The executive order banned travelers from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from entering the United States. It immediately sent airports into chaos, spurred nationwide protests and was challenged in court by multiple civil rights organizations and states attorneys general. A federal judge in Seattle issued a stay on the order, which was upheld by a federal appeals court in San Francisco.

In response to the court decision, Trump said he plans to release a new executive order that will thoroughly vet travelers while addressing safety concerns.

While American green card holders are typically free to reenter the country from travel overseas, many were detained on entry in the early days of the executive order, when border officials still were unsure how to interpret the regulations. To be safe, some attorneys have advised their clients with green cards to stay in the United States.

“Everybody who has a green card now, we tell them, nothing is clear, so don’t make any travel plans right now,” said Houria Hethat, 46, an office manager for a Brooklyn attorney who serves the Arab American community. “We just want things to be clear.”

For Mubarez, the uncertainty shows up in the form of interminable delays for travelers awaiting visas to enter the United States, as embassies struggle with a backlog of applicants dating to before the travel ban.

Many Yemeni travelers end up in Djibouti, a small country on the Horn of Africa across a strait from Yemen, where they can visit an American embassy for visa processing. The American consulate in Yemen has been shuttered since 2015.

Summer Nasser, 22, a Yemeni American translator and immigration consultant, said it took nine months for her husband, who is Yemeni, to obtain a visa allowing him to join her stateside six months ago.

She helps host workshops so community members can better understand their rights and fields phone calls from visa holders concerned about whether they should travel either to or from the United States.

“I’ve told them that everything is fine, that the ban is temporarily frozen,” she said. “But they are concerned because they might wake up tomorrow and there will be another immigration order.”

In the meantime, she tells them, “Just relax. We have the courts on our side.”

Protests against Trump’s executive order and the court decisions have helped buoy spirits, Nasser said.

Hundreds of Yemeni-owned bodegas and grocery stores in New York temporarily closed this month to protest the order, and thousands of supporters attended a rally in Brooklyn.

“We made history within the community,” she said. “Usually bodega owners wouldn’t close for anything, not even a religious holiday. To actually close, that’s serious.”

Elyas Mubarez, 20, who works with his brother Waddh at the travel agency, said a lot of people realize the ban is “not right.” It matters to all kinds of people, including Arab Americans who don’t hail from the countries covered in the order.

In their Brooklyn grocery store and butcher shop, Egyptians Hamed Nabawy and Mohamed Naselnas had their share of frustrations with the order. Nabawy said that his sister struggled to get a visa to visit the U.S. and that he had heard of people being forced off flights leaving Cairo for New York.

Nabawy, who has lived in the United States for more than 30 years, said the Trump administration reminded him of the ill-fated presidency of Mohamed Morsi. Morsi was the first Egyptian president to be freely elected after decades of one-party rule, but he was ousted in 2013 after about a year in office.

Like Morsi, Nabawy said, Trump was trying to do too much too soon, and not being careful in the process.

“Even if he has good intentions, he doesn’t have the experience to make it fact,” he said. “The way he’s started is going to make him fail.”

Trump was fighting a losing battle in a country full of immigrants, by “swimming against the current,” he said.

At the travel agency, Waddh Mubarez sees business boom each week after midday Friday prayers as concerned clients come in, asking for help.

When business dies down, he thinks about his family in Sana’s and people’s concerns about traveling.

“It is a sad moment,” he said quietly.

Hansen is a special correspondent.

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A sneak thief stole over $1,000 in cash from a Dumbo pizza place during a late-night burglary on Aug. 1.

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Kansas , also known as “The Sunflower State” and “The Wheat State”, offers some of the most beautiful and spectacular sights and places to visit! Just browse through these awesome pictures and be amazed by it’s beauty. Did you know the state has the longest railroad bridge, called the Rock Island Bridge.

1. Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark

Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark, Kansas

The Monument Rocks were one of the first landmarks to be declared a National Natural Landmark. The large chalk formations are impressive and unmissable, rising unexpectedly from the flat farmland surrounding them on all sides. They reach up to 70 ft in places and it is possible to see fossilized sea life embedded in the chalk. The famous ‘Keyhole’ is a large gap in one of the monuments and offers the perfect window on a setting Kansas sun. Afterwards, pay a visit to the nearby Keystone Gallery. The gallery describes itself as fully “off-the-grid”, generating its own power from solar and wind energy. Here you will find fossils on exhibit and for sale, alongside art and souvenirs, making it the perfect excursion for geology fans.

2. Mushroom Rock, Mushroom Rock State Park

Mushroom Rock State Park, Kansas

The Mushroom Rock State Park features many captivating rock formations called ‘hoodoos’. These strange formations are formed through uneven erosion and weathering, giving the rocks the appearance of mushrooms. The small state park offers unique surroundings and has been labelled one of the ‘Eight Wonders of Kansas Geography’. The rocks have historically been used by Native Americans and pioneers alike as landmarks and meeting places, evidenced by generations-old graffiti on some of the rocks.

3. Drinkwater and Schriver Flour Mill, Cedar Point

Drinkwater & Schriver Mill in Cedar Point, Kansas

The Drinkwater and Schriver Flour Mill (commonly known as the Cedar Point Mill) has been a Kansas landmark since 1875, when the stone building we see today was completed. Standing by a stone dam in the Cottonwood River, the mill was originally a sawmill. Now on the National Register of Historic Places, the mill is a historical landmark situated in idyllic surroundings. Both the mill and the river are reminders of pioneer America. The mill is currently being renovated to represent this time more accurately to visitors.

4. Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area

Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area

Cheyenne Bottoms is the largest wetland in mainland United States. It is a resting area for millions of migrating birds, and home to many other types of animal including raccoons, beavers, turtles and snakes. This makes it an ideal wildlife-watching spot. The Wildlife Area features trails for walkers and is a perfect getaway for nature-lovers.

5. Wetlands near Lawrence

Baker Wetlands

The Baker Wetlands are an incredibly diverse natural habitat for a number of birds, animals and plants. Baker University currently manages the wetlands and uses the land to teach students about biodiversity. The university has made extensive plans to increase the acreage of the wetlands and ensure proper conservation of the land. The site has a Discovery Centre that offers useful information on conservation, wildlife, and the wetlands’ history.

6. Flint Hills near Alma

Flint Hills, Kansas

The Flint Hills is one of the world’s largest areas of tallgrass prairie, spanning 4,000,000 acres. Conservation programmes mean that parts of the prairie remain completely wild, featuring untouched rolling landscapes, fields of wildflowers, and a rich habitat for bison, birds and other wild animals. The Flint Hills are often considered to be the beating heart of Kansas.

Wichita, Kansas

Wichita is Kansas’s largest city and offers plenty of culture and entertainment amongst the wild countryside. Wichita was historically a meeting place and trade post for Native Americans. Now, it’s home to the world’s largest ‘western-wear’ store where you can pick up a new cowboy hat or boots. Nicknamed Cowtown from its historical importance in the cattle trade, Wichita is a top destination for arts and culture. It features a science centre, an aviation museum, and museums on African-American and Mid-American Native American cultures.

8. The Sauer Castle

Sauer Castle, Kansas City

The Sauer Castle is an extraordinary gothic-style mansion in Kansas City. It used to be home to several generations of the Sauer family. The home is considered by many to be haunted due to the unfortunate histories of its ex-residents. The house has a troubled past that includes disease, suicide, drowning and – more recently – vandalism. This means that renovation on the castle faces an uncertain future. Cursed or not, the castle features gorgeous architecture and beautiful grounds that are worth visiting.

9. Waterfalls at the Geary County Lake

Geary County Lake Waterfall

The Geary Lake Falls flow during the spring, forming one of Kansas’s most well-known waterfalls. The site is wonderful for hikers with trails leading through woodland to the lake and falls. The falls are 35 ft tall and are joined by trails to the Geary County Fishing Lake, a perfect spot for spectacular views.

10. St Fidelis Church, Victoria

St Fidelis Church, Victoria

This Catholic Church is also called the ‘Cathedral of the Plains’ and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a minor basilica of the Catholic church and receives over 16,000 tourists every year. The current church was completed in 1911, built to provide a larger and more beautiful place of worship for the local people of Victoria. The church resembles Romanesque features, reminiscent of classic basilicas in its impressive and gorgeous architecture.

11. Kansas Lavender Fields, Topeka

Kansas Lavender Field

Topeka and its surrounding areas are big producers of lavender. Many farms in Kansas sell lavender products including lavender honey, lavender-infused furnishings and raw lavender. Some farms allow you to pick your own lavender at harvest time. The sight of acres of lavender stretched out across the Kansas plains is an unforgettable one – and so is the floral and intoxicating scent.

12. Oxford Grist Mill

Oxford Grist Mill

Oxford is a historical Kansas location with much of its industry based around the Ninnescah River. The Oxford Mill is the town’s most famous landmark, having produced flour for decades. Now the mill is used by a local school for community events. It has recently been restored, maintaining its pretty façade and serene surroundings. Be sure to pay a visit to the local Carriage House, the first brick building in Oxford and a good example of early-19th century American architecture.

13. North of Lyons

Lyons, Kansas

Lyons is situated in rural Kansas, away from tourist centres or sights. It is a slice of authentic Kansas life, nestled in the heart of the countryside. Lyons is home to friendly residents, honest eateries and historical architecture. Explore the surrounding plains for a feel of the pioneer lifestyle.

17 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Kansas:

  • Monument Rocks National Natural Landmark
  • Mushroom Rock, Mushroom Rock State Park
  • Drinkwater and Schriver Flour Mill, Cedar Point
  • Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area
  • Wetlands near Lawrence
  • Flint Hills near Alma
  • The Sauer Castle
  • Waterfalls at the Geary County Lake
  • St Fidelis Church, Victoria
  • Kansas Lavender Fields, Topeka
  • Oxford Grist Mill
  • North of Lyons

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Pratt County Historical Museum

The Pratt County Historical Society was founded in 1968, and dedicated to the preservation of the history of Pratt County, Kansas and the surrounding area.

This 24,000 square foot museum features the history of Pratt County and takes visitors on an instant time travel to the days when America began building an empire out of a vast prairie.

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John was born October 1, 1940 and the only child of Dwight and Helen Hartman. Dwight was a road engineer with the Pratt County Highway Dept. and Helen was an English teacher. Jon’s mother would read a lot of stories to him and that is where his interest and love for the Indian people bean. Jon started to collect when he was just 8 years old. He was a paper boy and with the money he earned he bought moccasins and the other Indian artifacts. He also discovered Indian artifacts along the Ninnescah River near Pratt. 

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16000 NE 50th St. Cheney, KS 67025

Only 16 miles west of Wichita , Cheney State Park covers roughly 1,913 acres. The Lake at Cheney is known for its dependable winds and draws sail-boaters and windsurfers from around the country. The Ninnescah Sailing Center on the West Shore Area is a mecca for those seeking water sports with a healthy dose of wind.

 In addition to a marina on the East Shore, the park’s 22 boat-launching lanes provide convenient access to the 9,600-acre lake. Giefer Creek and Spring Creek nature trails offer scenic hiking around the lake. A handicapped-accessible fishing area is available at the Toadstool Loop Jetty.

Cheney is the windiest lake in the lower 48 states, with an average wind speed of 13.9 mph, and is listed as one of the top ten lakes in the nation for sailing and windsurfing.

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  • Terrain – Elevated walkway
  • Usage – Hiking and Mountain Biking
  • Enjoy a walk on the trail to observe wildlife and nature. Part of the trail is elevated over a wetland and running stream
  • Length – 5 miles
  • Terrain – Forest to prairie
  • Difficulty level – Moderate
  • Usage – Hiking, Running, Mountain biking
  • The Longest trail that is available in the park.  Starts at the park office and goes all the way up the west side of the park to the boundary at South Yoder Road.

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Scissor-tailed flycatcher

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Kansas Hunting Info

  • White perch
  • Channel catfish
  • Blue catfish

Kansas Fishing License

Facilities .

  • ADA fishing dock
  • ADA fishing jetty
  • ADA fuel dock.

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Cheney State Park FAQs

Do I need a permit to visit Cheney State Park?

You’ll need to purchase a Vehicle Permit for daily visits or have a valid State Park Passport .

A Camping permit is required for overnight stays. 14-Day, Seasonal, and Annual Camping Passes are also available online as well as at the State Park Offices.

Cheney Park Office - (316) 542-3664

Where can I buy the permits needed to get into Cheney State Park?

Vehicle permits, camping, and utility permits are required year-round and are available online , from the office, or self-pay station.

Cheney Park Office - (316) 542-3664

Do you have to pay to get into Cheney State Park?

Yes, Cheney State Park requires a permit for park usage and overnight stays. For more information on State Park fees, please click here .

Are dogs allowed at Cheney State Park?

Yes, all pets must always be restrained by a camper, cage, hand-held leash, or tethered chain no longer than 10 feet. They are not allowed on swimming beaches or swimming areas that are delineated by buoys or other markers or in public buildings or structures. Dogs participating in authorized activities or assisting the visually or hearing impaired are not subject to these restrictions.

Can I fish at Cheney State Park?

Yes, fishing is permitted at Cheney State Park. Questions pertaining to fishing should be directed to the Cheney Park Office - (316) 542-3664.

Can I hunt at Cheney State Park?

Questions pertaining to hunting and the wildlife area should be directed to the Cheney Park Office - (316) 542-3664

Can I fly a drone at Cheney State Park?

Drone flying is only permitted in some designated areas at some State Parks. Please contact the Cheney Park Office at (316) 542-3664 for more information on whether or not drone flying is permissible.

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