The U.S. embassy of Bahrain, a tiny Middle Eastern island nation, on Saturday urged citizens via twitter to “be cautious of protests or crowded areas occurring around the U.S.”

Bahamas, a Caribbean nation where most people identify as being of African heritage, on Friday warned its people to be careful when visiting U.S. cities rocked by “shootings of young black males by police officers.”


The United Arab Emirates urged its students and other citizens in the United States to also be careful, using similar language the U.S. State Department employs when warning Americans about countries that have fallen victim to attacks by extremists.

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4 thoughts on “Three Countries Issue Travel Warnings About Visiting The U.S.

  1. I agree with inspiredbythedivine1 I never thought I would see the day that my country, the country of freedom, the land of the brave, and the shining city on the hill, would be part of warnings of other people not to come to our country. I remember being in the Army and if we went to some countries we were told not to take our military ID or other identification of a military nature as it made us a target. Sad that today that is our country. I just read where a man from another country was arrested just for wearing robes… Not a robe like was open in a indecent area, this was a fully covering normal wear in an Arab country the guy came from. He was an honest businessman, rather wealthy by our standards. But because he looked different and there is so much hype in some news channels and some online posts the clerk at the hotel called the police sure that the guy was a terrorist and that their lives were in deadly danger. Imagine if it was you wearing a good pair of jeans and your favorite shirt and the local cops were called and you were arrested just because your clothes are different. Sad to see how far down the intellectual ( means thinking for the rest of you ) stairs we have fallen. Many hugs

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