The United Nations High Commission on Refugees picks our refugees. The director is a globalist who’s determined to make America into his own socialist utopia. Why are we letting these people decide this for us? YOU are paying for it! Yes, U.S. taxpayers fund his sham. In effect, you’re paying to have your towns potentially seeded with foreign terrorists and colonized by Islamists. They already have 20,000 picked out for America with many more to come. They are mostly Muslims because the UNHCR tells us that the camps are full of mostly Muslims. Do you believe it?
This will make your head explode! Why are we still bringing in thousands and thousands of Muslims and very few Christians when the Christians have been persecuted tremendously in the Middle East. The numbers are shocking:
In the month of October, we brought in 827 Somalis and just one was a Christian! Why are we STILL flooding America with Somalis? Minnesota is flooded with Somali Muslims!
The Congressional Black Caucus has been identified as one of the most influential groups advocating over the past decade for increased African refugee resettlement to the United States.
We are still bringing in Iraqi Muslims too!
Since October 1 there have been 291 Syrian “refugees” admitted to the US – 98% are Sunni Muslim!
286 Sunni Muslims
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees picks most of our refugees and in the case of the Syrians they come from UN camps populated by mostly Muslims.
As you’ll see below, the Syrian Christians don’t even want to risk bringing them to America:
SYRIAN CHRISTIANS IN ALLENTOWN DON’T THINK IT’S A GOOD IDEA TO BRING THE REFUGEES:
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A few days ago, a pastor asked Syrian-born restaurant owner Marie Jarrah to donate food to a welcoming event for recently arrived Syrian refugees. Jarrah, who said she regularly helps people in need, declined.
Like many of Allentown’s establishment Syrians, she doesn’t think it’s a good idea to bring refugees to the city. She clung to that view even before last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris. “Problems are going to happen,” said Jarrah, co-owner of Damascus Restaurant in a heavily Syrian enclave.
As debate intensifies nationally over the federal government’s plan to accept an additional 10,000 refugees from war-ravaged Syria, a similar argument is taking place in Allentown – one with a sectarian twist.
Pennsylvania’s third-largest city is home to one of the nation’s largest populations of Syrians. They are mostly Christian and, in no small number, support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad – a dynamic that’s prompting some of them to oppose the resettlement of refugees, who are Muslim and say they fled violence perpetrated by the Assad regime.
Aziz Wehbey, an Allentown auto dealer and president of the American Amarian Syrian Charity Society, worries some Syrian refugees might have taken part in the fighting in Syria’s civil war and have “blood on their hands.”
“We need to know who we are welcoming in our society,” said Wehbey, who immigrated to the United States a quarter-century ago and became a citizen.
For much more information: REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT WATCH