Most Americans are not in favor of bringing thousands of refugees into the country without proper verification. Most are completely in favor of offering help to these displaced people in their own part of the world; but fall short of accepting them into the cities, towns, and neighborhoods; not knowing for sure if there are terrorist among them. America is under serious threat already from radical Muslims who are members of ISIS.
Those who bombed the Boston Marathon were Muslim refugees living off the public welfare and enjoying the opportunity for a college education. Those who flew planes into the Twin Towers were here to kill and spread terror across the nation.
Many Americans are totally against Syrian Muslim refugees entering the United States period; for other reasons. They are comparing them to those here in America that drastically need food, shelter, and clothing as manifested by the huge number of homeless people on their streets; many of them former soldiers.
When immigrants came to America in the past, they were looking for a better way of life for their families and were glad to become a citizen and a part of the America way of life. Some years ago a Frenchman stood before the cameras and said, “We welcomed these people (Muslims) into our country to work and to live and be a part of our society, but now they want to be our rulers!” And we see what has happened in Paris.
There have been reports of Muslim sections in America who already do not want to abide by American law but Sharia Laws.
Sharia law is the body of Islamic law. The term means “way” or “path”; it is the legal framework within which the public and some private aspects of life are regulated for those living in a legal system based on Islam.
Some in towns seem to welcome the new legislation while others have denounced the move as “abhorrent,” a threat to freedom and incompatible with the Constitution.”
When asked by National Report about the need for such a law, local resident Jeremy Ahmed stated:
“It is because of our need that Allah the Almighty, in all his generosity, has created laws for us, so that we can utilize them to obtain justice. We hope to see other cities taking this action in the face of the government’s inaction of passing such legislation.” Read more of this story from the National Report.
This was posted two years ago in the National Report; “In a surprise weekend vote, the city council of Dearborn, Michigan voted 4-3 to became the first US city to officially implement all aspects of Sharia Law. The tough new law, slated to go into effect January 1st, addresses secular law including crime, politics and economics as well as personal matters such as sexual intercourse, fasting, prayer, diet, and hygiene.
The new law could see citizens stoned for adultery or having a limb amputated for theft. Lesser offenses, such as drinking alcohol or abortion, could result in flogging and/or caning. In addition, the law imposes harsh laws with regards to women and allows for child marriage.”
The contribution below came to me via Facebook and permission was given from the writer to share this with my readers. He seems to speak for a lot of adults today in light of the terror and turmoil that surrounds us, but scarier is that it surrounds the children of our nation
He writes: “Yesterday, two little girls and their mom and dad got on the hotel elevator right after me. I was five once. I remember what is most important in life, so I asked the littlest one if she would push the button for floor number three for me. She lit up like a Christmas tree. Before she could do it, though, the dad said, “Oh no, I better do it” and he pushed the button. When I asked him why, he explained that the other daughter, who was as adorable as her sister, would get jealous and he would never hear the end of it.
As we all got off at our floor, I followed the family as I walked to my room. When I set my luggage down in front of my door, the littlest girl excitedly said, “Hey, you’re right across from us!” I smiled and said, “That’s right, sweetie.” I hoped I would see them again, but I didn’t.
I thought about that family on my drive home. Those little girls don’t know about ISIS, or Paris, or Mali, or Syria. They know about Frozen, Let It Go, putting a quarter in the gumball machine if mom will give them one, car seats, nap times, and elevator buttons. They can’t defend themselves. They are just little girls. They need grown-ups to protect them, for many years, so that they will get a chance to grow up.
It’s my job to do my part to help those little girls, and others just like them, to remain safe. That means exercising the right to carry, despite having to endure the shrieks of those who believe there is a moral virtue in disarming good people who walk among the bad.
That means refusing to allow pandering politicians to import unscreened Muslims from countries torn apart by fights back home over who is the best kind of Muslim, despite being called Islamaphobic.
That means confronting those who parade their advocacy for unnatural sexual relations in the sight and hearing of children, despite being called a bigot.
That means doing dozens of things that earn the scorn and ridicule of those who are focused only on their own wants and the wants of those who aren’t little girls, who just want to know if they can push the button on the elevator.
I’d rather be popular with one little girl than with ten thousand self-appointed PC police officers.
Man up, people. Somebody stood watch over you once upon a time. Your turn. Lee Welborn
Wikipedia outlines the progression of the refugee situation which began in 2011 when thousands of Syrian citizens fled across the border to neighboring Turkey and Lebanon. To date, the United States has sent more dollars to help these people than any other country. As of August 2015, America has sent $2,800,986,584 to aid these refugees. America has always been the most humanitarian country in the world and generous to a fault.
If the refugees are allowed to come to America, the cost will continue to on the shoulders of American taxpayers while many who work hard every day trying to support their own families do not even have access to good health care as they are caught in the crosshairs of making a few dollars a week more than the cut off rate; and yet they do not make enough money to seek medical care.
Thousands of single women with children born out of wedlock receive welfare checks, food stamps, free medical care, and college educations – those married parents who ‘hit the bricks” every day working at intensive laborious jobs can barely put food on their table for their children. And now they are being asked to support as many as 10,000 refugees from other countries?
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