Islamophobia or Islamorealism?
Number of Refugees Arrested for Terror Higher than Reported
It isn’t Islamophobic to recognize the intersection between national security and immigration and make proper adjustments to reflect reality.
By Ryan Mauro, ClarionProject
Thu, June 23, 2016
The Tsarnaev brothers (inset) who committed the Boston bombings were in the U.S. because their father is an asylum-seeker; they are not even included in the count.(Photo: © Reuters)
New data from the Senate Judiciary Committee reveals that 40 refugees have been arrested on terrorism-related charges since 9/11; a number far higher than the State Department’s previous estimate of a dozen.
Clarion Projectreported in November 2015 that a little-noticed poll showed that 13% of Syrian refugees express favorable feelings towards the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL). The Obama Administration plans to resettle between 8,000 and 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of this year. It is about half way towards…
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