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Heads Up! List of 190 Cities Where Obama Is Sending Syrian Refugees

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Published on Apr 20, 2015

One major problem for the communities receiving these Muslim refugees that that little to no information is provided on the background of these immigrants. 100,00 Muslims brought in every year, and no info available on any of them.

One major problem for the communities receiving these Muslim refugees that that little to no information is provided on the background of these immigrants. 100,00 Muslims brought in every year, and no info available on any of them.

http://www.truthandaction.org/list-19...

 

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Well if it were not for the criminal US foreign policy in Syria there would not be any refugees to begin with. US foreign policy on Libya caused the same disaster of refugees fleeing the complete Collapse of their nation.

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ya rob 

I do understand this 

but shit is getting real and fast 

The region has become a real shitstorm and for the life of me i can not find the up side 

this is the first time that doom and gloom is the golden ring 

 

hmm kinda of like a forest fire 

everything gets consumed and then fresh beautiful life emerges 

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For those who don't watch videos:

U.N. sending thousands of Muslims to America

The U.S. State Department announced this week that the first major contingent of Syrian refugees, 9,000 of them, have been hand-selected by the United Nations for resettlement into communities across the United States.

The announcement came Tuesday on the State Department’s website.

WND reported in September that Syrians would make up the next big wave of Muslim refugees coming to the U.S., as resettlement agencies were lobbying for the U.S. to accept at least 75,000 Syrian refugees over the next five years.

Until now, the U.S. had accepted only 300 of the more than 3.2 million refugees created by the Syrian civil war in which ISIS, El Nusra and other Sunni Muslim jihadist rebels are locked in a protracted battle with the Shiite regime of Bashar al-Assad.

But the U.S. government has been the most active of all nations in accepting Islamic refugees from other war-torn countries, such as Iraq, Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Now, the Syrians will be added to the mix. They are cleared for refugee status by the U.N. high commissioner on refugees (UNHCR), who assigns them to various countries. Once granted refugee status by the U.N. they are screened by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for any ties to terrorist organizations.

The State Department announcement makes it clear that the 9,000 refugees represent just the beginning of an extended program to accept more Syrians.

“The United States accepts the majority of all UNHCR referrals from around the world. Last year, we reached our goal of resettling nearly 70,000 refugees from nearly 70 countries. And we plan to lead in resettling Syrians as well,” the statement reads. “We are reviewing some 9,000 recent UNHCR referrals from Syria. We are receiving roughly a thousand new ones each month, and we expect admissions from Syria to surge in 2015 and beyond.”

The United States, with its commitment to accepting 70,000 displaced people a year, absorbs more refugees than all other countries combined. This number is understated, however, as once refugees get to the United States they are placed on a fast track to citizenship and are able to get their extended families to join them in the states under the government’s Refuge Family Reunification program.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2014/12/u-n-sending-thousands-of-muslims-to-america/#tP2XLxywwTBIcfP0.99

Refugee access to welfare on the same basis as a U.S. citizen has made the program a global magnet.

The federal programs available to them include:

∙ Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) formerly known as AFDC
∙ Medicaid
∙ Food Stamps
∙ Public Housing
∙ Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
∙ Social Security Disability Insurance
∙ Administration on Developmental Disabilities (ADD) (direct services only)
∙ Child Care and Development Fund
∙ Independent Living Program
∙ Job Opportunities for Low Income Individuals (JOLI)
∙ Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)
∙ Postsecondary Education Loans and Grants
∙ Refugee Assistance Programs
∙ Title IV Foster Care and Adoption Assistance Payments (if parents are ⌠qualified immigrants – refugees, asylees, etc)
∙ Title XX Social Services Block Grant Funds

Welfare use is staggering among refugees. Welfare usage is never counted by officials as part of the cost of the program. Yet, when it is included, the total cost of the refugee program soars to at least 10-20 billion a year.

https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/refugee-resettlement-fact-sheets/

Here is a link to the Office of Refugee resettlement and the programs available to them:

http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/orr/programs

PROPOSED REFUGEE ADMISSIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014

Maximizing U.S. Arrivals Refugee arrivals in FY 2013 are up sharply from the previous two years thanks to the concerted efforts of the many partners involved in U.S. resettlement. Arrivals are on-pace to exceed FY 2012 arrivals by more than 10,000 individuals, and will come very near to reaching the President’s authorized ceiling of 70,000. This success was made possible in part by better synchronization of security and medical checks for refugee families as well as investments in UNHCR’s ability to refer refugees from the Middle East and Africa. The United States will welcome a record number of Iraqi refugees in 2013, thanks to staffing increases for Iraq operations and efficiencies in security checks. As of August 2013 the United States has resettled more than 88,000 Iraqis since 2007, even despite a difficult operating environment in some host countries. Arrivals from Africa are also strong and are on-pace to exceed our regional projection of 12,000 refugees. Processing improvements in Havana have led to strong Cuban refugee arrivals, with more than 4,000 expected by the end of FY 2013. 

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/219137.pdf

 

^ This doesn't include all of the illegals of course.

 

 

 

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