>> Donald Trump's travel ban sparking anxiety among young students in Indonesia. The best and brightest hailing from the world's largest Muslim population. Indonesia isn't on the ban list of seven Muslim majority countries, but it's got ambitious young people rethinking their goals, even after years of work in English proficiency tests.
Some Muslim students told Reuters' Angie Theo they now feel unwelcome.>> All of them are worried for the same thing. What if my study in US have to stop halfway if US suddenly blocked Indonesia? Although Indonesia is not one of the nations among the seven countries that are being banned by Trump administration, these students are very worried that Indonesia could be one of the nations in future.
>> It's generally Muslim students that have gotten cold feet on America. One counselor Reuters spoke to said a few students studying in the US had called asking for a transfer to Australian universities.>> For the other non-Muslim students, it is not a concern. And most of them are quite optimistic to it.
However, some of them do ask this question. Is US the same free world that they used to know? Are they going to be treated equally when they're in US? So this is what holding them back and prompted them to reconsider their plan.>> Trump's restrictions last month have sparked condemnation and protests even in Indonesia's capital Jakarta.
The order's been blocked by a Seattle judge for now, and while Indonesia's foreign ministry says its citizens haven't faced problems seeking US visas so far, whatever America decides to do, the order straining goodwill on the ground, in a country traditionally close to the United States.