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The dilemma for the United States and other European nations in their attempt to resettle refugees is a promise by ISIS to infiltrate those ranks with “jihadists ready to attack those countries once inside.

Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee is calling on President Obama to abandon his plan to resettle thousands of Syrians displaced by that country’s civil war, saying the plan is “very dangerous” for America’s security.

McCaul wrote a letter to President Obama Thursday expressing concerns over the administration's announced plans to resettle some 2,000 Syrian refugees in the United States this year. Another 10,000 to 11,000 are in the U.N. pipeline destined for America.

“Terrorists have made known their plans to attempt to exploit refugee programs to sneak terrorists into the West and the U.S. homeland,” read a statement released by McCaul’s committee Monday. “Chairman McCaul’s letter points out the potential national security threat this poses to the United States.”

It seems almost inevitable with the large number of refugees being resettled in the United States that ISIS terrorists aren’t also in the mix.

The police security service in Norway, which recently accepted 1,000 Syrian refugees from the U.N., found that between five and 10 had ties to Islamic terrorist groups such as ISIS and the al-Nusra Front

The U.N. and the nine private resettlement agencies that contract with the U.S. government has been lobbying for the U.S. to up the ante and take in at least 65,000 Syrians by the end of Obama’s term in 2016. They have criticized the U.S. for not acting quicker to absorb greater numbers of Syrians displaced by four years of civil war.

It seems by their attitude the UN considers itself in control of America’s foreign policy decisions.
However more importantly the UN NEEDS TO KEEP IT’S MEDELING NOSE OUT OF OUR NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUES!

 

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