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Hundreds of New York City bodegas, grocery stores and restaurants owned by Yemeni Americans closed for hours in protest against President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

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    1. New York's Yemeni bodega proprietors protest

    2. Demonstrators take part in a challenge by the Yemeni people group against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn, New York City, February 2, 2017. Several New York City bodegas, markets and eateries possessed by Yemeni Americans shut for quite a long time on Thursday in dissent against President Donald Trump's movement strategies, coordinators said. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

    3. A sign saying "My family is confined at JFK" hangs in the window of a shut bodega amid a Yemeni dissent in Brooklyn. Bodega, a Spanish word importance wine shop, is New York City slang for little stores offering everything from shop sustenances to daily papers and feline litter. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    4. People partake in a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn, New York City. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    5. Abdulrahman Shaehan shuts his bodega amid a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. The dissents took after the choice by Trump's organization to put a four-month hang on giving displaced people access to the United States and to briefly ban explorers from Yemen, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan and Somalia. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    6. People take an interest in a petition amid a challenge by the Yemeni people group against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    7. People take an interest in a Yemeni challenge against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. Many store proprietors and specialists who quiets down shop would rally and hold open dusk petitions outside Brooklyn Borough Hall. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    8. A man peruses a sign declaring the conclusion of a bodega amid a Yemeni challenge against President Donald Trump's travel boycott, in Brooklyn. New York City is home to numerous outsiders from Yemen, a nation of around 24 million in the Arabian Peninsula. Many live in Brooklyn, however some are in Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    9. Demonstrators ask as they take an interest in a dissent by the Yemeni people group against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

    10. Saddam Farea remains inside his bodega before a Yemeni challenge against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    11. People partake in a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. "Will go out and bolster every one of our siblings and sisters who are confined in airplane terminals and in different nations that can't get back," Alaodyi said. "This is quite recently not reasonable." REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    12. Demonstrators take an interest in a dissent by the Yemeni people group against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

    13. People take an interest in a Yemeni challenge against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. "We need to send the message that we're here," said Sulaiman Alaodyi, a 24-year-old clerk at the Best and Tasty shop in the precinct of the Bronx, a bodega that is typically open all day and all night. This was the first occasion when it shut its entryways since it began business nine months back. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    14. Ragehi Hussein asks in the storm cellar of his bodega before shutting his store amid a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    15. People partake in a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    16. People take an interest in a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    17. A man remains almost a sign declaring the conclusion of a bodega amid a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    18. People take part in a Yemeni challenge against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith

    19. People take an interest in a Yemeni dissent against President Donald Trump's travel boycott in Brooklyn. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith