Which American Cities Will Recieve The First Round Of Syrian Muslim “Refugees?”
Iraq and Syria are perhaps the most unstable countries in the Middle East, and extremely dangerous hubs for non-Muslims, especially Christians.
While ISIS has wiped out a large number of Christians, they are also widely attacking smaller denominations of other Muslims.
Because of such sweeping displacement, more than 1.2 million Iraqis have fled their homes in Iraq for the safest nearby countries. Syria was the only option for some. Out of these, around 200,000 are Christians. For these Christians surrounded by Muslim countries, France is the closest haven.
More than 10,000 Iraqi Christians have already applied for asylum with a French association that help minorities in the Middle East. In July, Paris announced it would be ready to take in hundreds if not thousands.
So, what about all the Muslim refugees fleeing Syria? Won’t they be welcomed at one of the many Islamic countries? According to the Obama administration, this is not an option.
Since the early 90s, the UN high commissioner for refugees has selected 200,000 to 250,000 refugees from Islamic countries to send to the U.S. Most come from Somalia and Iraq, and Obama has prepared for months to dump hundreds of thousands of Syrian Muslim refugees on American cities, just like our new illegal alien neighbors from our Southern border.
“That’s a huge number,” said Ann Corcoran, a writer and researcher for Refugee Resettlement Watch, a group that monitors the U.N.’s distribution of foreign refugees throughout the United States. “Most of the Syrian refugees in these refugee camps are Sunni Muslims; they’re not Christians,” said Corcoran. “The camps in places like Turkey and Jordan, you’re not going to find a ton of Christians.”
The news came to light when a U.S. State Department spokeswoman recently hinted at her daily press briefing that a new wave of refugees will soon be coming from war-torn Syria.
The Winston-Salem Journal reported that the Triad area of North Carolina could receive some of the refugees, and that the first Syrian family has already arrived in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is living in a hotel there.
Social services in Ohio were also preparing for “a flood of refugees” from Syria and Iraq later this year according to The Cleveland Pain Dealer. Cleveland, Akron and Columbus have been hotspots in the past for Muslim refugees coming from the Middle East.
With the arrival of such masses comes the financial responsibility upon taxpayers. Upon settlement, they are immediately connected to food stamps, Medicaid, and subsidized housing among other welfare programs.
Their children will also subsequently be enrolled in public schools.
Since the average family from these countries has more children than a typical American family, we will see a hasty rise in the refugee population, which equally brings about the rise of the Muslim population. As such, the refusal to assimilate and the demand for Sharia law and other Islamic accommodations will rapidly increase.
Aside from the cultural clashes and taxpayer-funded handouts, we are in danger of Syrian rebels and ISIS insurgents seeking asylum in the U.S. to infiltrate unnoticed. After all, if 40 Americans have just returned from fighting for ISIS completely unhindered from resuming their lives among us, why would hundreds of thousands of Syrian “refugees” be considered a threat by our government.