Tone deaf in Colorado Springs! We welcome Syrian Muslim refugees
Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 23, 2016
Yesterday, within hours of the horrific Islamic terror attack in Brussels—a direct result of decades of “welcoming” immigration policy toward refugees, and migrants generally, from Muslim countries— citizens of Colorado Springs took to the streets to say they welcome Syrian mostly Muslim refugees to their city.
From The Gazette:
About 120 Colorado Springs residents rallied Tuesday on the steps of City Hall in support of refugees – especially Syrians – about 12 hours after deadly terrorist explosions ripped through the Brussels airport and subway.
Banners and speeches urging compassion and human kindness continued the community’s strong opposition to City Councilman Andres Pico’s March 7 proposal, “A Resolution Declaring Opposition to the Relocation of Refugees from the United States Refugee Resettlement Program to the City of Colorado Springs.”
Continue reading here and see the photos of the those rallying.
See our earlier post on the latest controversy from Colorado Springs, here.
Just four words for the citizens of Colorado Springs with short memories: Jasim Mohammed Hasin Ramadon.
For new readers, visit our refugee crimes category, here (1,940 previous posts archived there!). For all posts on Colorado, click here. Whatever happened to that Uzbek alleged Islamic terrorist arrested in Colorado in 2012? Does anyone know?
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