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Denmark criticized for placing ads encouraging refugees to go elsewhere

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 28, 2015

Invasion of Europe news….

Copenhagen beach

In Denmark, beach goers say they are harassed by Syrian refugees.

Maybe we should be referring to the countries in Europe where the citizens have had it with the invasion by African and Middle Eastern so-called asylum seekers as ‘pockets of resistance’ as well!  For new readers, see our US ‘pockets of resistance’ category here.

One of the things that interests me about all the invasion news coming out of Europe is that rarely does the US media discuss how Europe is literally being overrun by migrants.

Have you even seen much news on Fox about this?  The NYT, I see has a brief AP story about the backlash going on in Germany earlier this week, but most American media says not a word about it.

In Denmark we have a couple of stories that demonstrate the anger of the average Danish citizen. 

Here we learn that girls at a beach are harassed by Syrian refugees:

Denmark: Syrian refugees harassing girls: “They follow after us, when we go home. It’s really scary.”

Then here is another story (hat tip: Maggie) about a homeless senior citizen who says she lost her apartment to refugees.

Meanwhile the Danish government is trying to stop the invaders entering Denmark with an advertisement campaign. 

Not endearing themselves to Danes!

The human rights industrial complex is howling!

From The Local:

“Integration Minister Inger Støjberg has come under considerable criticism from following her announcement last week that the Venstre government plans to run anti-refugee ads in foreign newspapers.

The minister said on Thursday that she is prepared to run advertisements in foreign newspapers that will contain information aimed at deterring refugees from coming to Denmark.

The announcement was made shortly after Jyllands-Posten revealed the contents of a document that human smugglers use to help asylum seekers compare the different levels of benefits in Europe.”

See the news here about the report smugglers are using to tell migrants which countries have the best welfare goodies!

See all of our posts on the ‘Invasion of Europe’ here.   See our many posts on Denmark by clicking here.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, So what did they expect?, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 4 Comments »

Learn more about how communities are chosen to ‘welcome’ LGBT refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 26, 2015

rainbow welcome initiativeWe have written on this topic occasionally over the years.  Although the feds never say it, gays are persecuted throughout the Middle East and Africa by adherents of the ‘religion of peace,’ and as we learned just this weekend they are also not given special rights in Obama’s ancestral country of Kenya.

Meanwhile Russian gays are flooding to the US and seeking asylum (see our previous posts here).

It should be no surprise then that the Office of Refugee Resettlement has published guidance on how to decide where to send them in the US.

From CNS News:

(CNSNews.com) – The Obama administration has introduced homosexual rights policies across federal agencies, including at the Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement website, which links to a guide that rates placement providers and communities on LGBT-friendly services, including having “culturally competent mental health providers” and “LGBT-affirming places of worship.”

The eight-page guide — published by the homosexual refugee advocacy organization Heartland Alliance International in 2013 and entitled the “Rainbow Welcome Initiative” — is designed like a scorecard that allows agencies and service providers to use a point system to rate refugee programs and communities on acceptance of the LGBT lifestyle.

Continue here for more information and to follow links.

See more about ORR’s ‘Rainbow Welcome Initiative’ here.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Other refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Who is going where | Tagged: | 4 Comments »

Pocket of Resistance: Georgia watchdog tells us who is pushing refugee resettlement in the state as fallen hero returns home

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 25, 2015

We have been telling you about ‘Pockets of Resistance’ building around the country and one of those is in Georgia.  In fact, Georgia was one of three mentioned in that June 2013 Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) meeting I attended in Lancaster, PA when I heard the ORR call areas where citizens were questioning the program “pockets of resistance.”

Skip Wells

Lance Corporal Skip Wells returns home. The photo was very moving and reminded me of the funeral of one of the victims of the USS Cole Islamic terrorist attack who was from my home town. A funeral similar to this one was held for that young sailor at the Antietam National Battlefield in 2000 (11 months before 9/11). http://www.myfoxatlanta.com/story/29609247/marine-funeral

That is also the meeting where I had learned that community organizers Welcoming America’ had been hired with your money to get your minds right on the concept of “seeding” your towns with immigrants.

Here is the latest from Refugee Resettlement Relief (this via an e-mail).  Refugee program responsible for admitting gunman!***

The recent memorial for Sprayberry High School graduate Skip Wells showed that “the budding life of the young man we all loved was senselessly, and abruptly, ended,” as Lt. Commander Dennis Wonders told the crowd Tuesday.

REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT GUNMAN KILLS

COBB COUNTY MARINE

Marine Skip Wells, who graduated 3 years ago from Sprayberry High School in Cobb County, was one of the 5 U.S. service men murdered by a Muslim terrorist. The shooter and the rest of his family were in Tennessee courtesy of the U.S. Refugee Resettlement (RR) Program, the same program that is place here in Georgia and financed by the Georgia General Assembly.

The financing brings in Refugee Resettlement contractors, licensed by the government, and they permanently set up shop in DeKalb They then funnel refugees to DeKalb, Gwinnett, Cobb, and every other county they can find in Georgia. This is the same program that brought the Boston Marathon bombers to the U.S.

Visit Refugee Resettlement Relief, here, for more on who in Georgia is behind the program.  And, follow them on twitter, here.  See an earlier post we wrote on RRR and its leader Joe Newton, here.

*** As we said here, no one so far (that I know of) has actually admitted that the gunman’s family benefited from our UN/US State Department Refugee Resettlement Program or its companion method for entry into the US—the asylum portion of the refugee program. Nevertheless, it is my number-one best guess about how they got in as legal immigrants.

Until some real mainstream investigative reporter has the curiosity to do the research, or someone in the federal government has the spine to tell us how the Abdulazeez family got into the US, I’m going with my best guess—they were political refugees.  Prove me wrong!

This post is archived in our new ‘Pockets of Resistance’ category where we want you, in other pockets, to learn what fellow Americans are doing to expose the refugee program where they live.  You are not alone!

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Pockets of Resistance, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , , | 3 Comments »

Miscellaneous news about the Invasion of Europe

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 24, 2015

This is a round-up of sorts of some migration news coming out of Europe….

German refugee facilities

Deutsche Welle tells us: Google recently pulled a controversial map showing the location of all refugee homes in Germany for fear it could fuel right-wing violence. http://www.dw.com/en/attacks-against-germanys-refugee-homes-on-the-rise/a-18604812

In Sweden, Christians harassed in group home for asylum seekers. 

From the Christian Post:

Syrian Christian refugees living in Sweden say they were forced out of their asylum house by Muslim refugees who demanded they hide their crosses and banned them from using communal areas in the home they shared.

The Christians, comprised of two families, were seeking asylum after fleeing from the Islamic State in Syria. And the place they were staying at housed around 80 people with many being Syrian Muslims.

While Swedish police said they weren’t notified about the harassment, immigration officials visited the residence to outline the government’s rules for those who continue to live in asylum housing.

[….]

The violence of ISIS against Syrian Christians and other citizens who refuse to obey Islamic law knows no bounds.

The article goes on to tell us of some of the horrors facing the remaining Christian population of Syria.

Also from Sweden, see Gatestone on the ‘unaccompanied refugee children’ situation there where everyone knows the “children” are mostly young men over 18 years old.

Denmark has no more places to house refugees!

See Breitbart News:

Denmark’s capacity to admit migrants is near breaking point. With 12,000 refugees searching for a place to live, nearly a third of the nation’s struggling municipalities say that they have little to offer newcomers.

In the Czech Republic, Syrian and North African refugees are not welcome, but more Czechs willing to take in Ukrainians. 

From Ceskenoviny:

The Czech Republic should not accept any refugees from Syria, this is the view held by 71 percent of Czechs. When it comes to the refugees from North Africa, the figure stands at 72 percent.

The view that some immigrants from Syria and North Africa should be accepted is held by 26 percent and 24 percent of Czechs, respectively.

Ireland goes along with EU plan and will double its refugee intake.

From Big News Network.com:

DUBLIN, Ireland – Ireland is to more than double its intake of refugees as part of a European Union plan to relocate up to 40,000 refugees which is being coordinated in response to the unprecedented migration crisis in the Mediterranean.

Under the EU plan, a number of ‘hotspots’ in Italy and Greece will be established where migrants will be registered and fingerprinted. Individuals who are identified as likely to be genuine refugees can be put forward for relocation to another EU country where they will be given the opportunity of protection, while irregular migrants will be returned to their home country.

Ireland has agreed to relocate 600 people over the next two years. This is in addition to the country’s previous commitment to resettle 520 refugees directly from areas affected by conflict, and the humanitarian search and rescue missions undertaken in the region by the Naval Service which saved more than 3,300 refugees.

The Slovak government: we will only take Christian refugees as permanent residents.

From the Slovak Spectator:

THE SLOVAK government remains reluctant to take in refugees within the proposed European schemes and has recently conceded to accept 100 people from Syria under the condition they are Christians, but has agreed to provide temporary shelter for migrants that have already arrived in Austria.

Based on a recent bilateral deal, some 500 refugees seeking asylum in Austria will stay in Slovakia temporarily, until their asylum process is finished and, based on the results, they will either move back to Austria or be deported from the EU.

In Germany there is more news accusing “rightwingers” of torching asylum facilities.

From Deutsche Welle:

The rate of violence perpetrated against refugee homes in Germany in 2015 has already outstripped the whole of 2014. The Interior Ministry has warned that right-wing violence is on the rise in the west of the country.

[….]

According to a statement from Germany’s Interior Ministry on Thursday, there have been more attacks on homes for asylum seekers in the first half of 2015 than in the entirety of 2014.

Read the article, there is an admission that a growing number of these cases are perpetrated by people with no known affiliation. Hmmm! Is that what happens when a government is so obviously not responsive to a large number of its citizens? By the way, the article also tells us that these arson attacks were originally confined to the Eastern parts of Germany, but have now spread into the West.  Fascinating that we hear nothing of this in the US media.

I’m sure there is much more news from Europe.  If I see something interesting as the day goes on, I’ll add it.

For our entire archive on the ‘Invasion of Europe’ click here.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Europe, Taxpayer goodies, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 1 Comment »

Obama’s illegal ‘refugee’ resettlement program for Central American ‘children’ up and running

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 22, 2015

The Obama Administration is writing refugee law with its new Central American Minors “refugee” resettlement plan.  And, apparently Congress is unwilling to defend its power under the Constitution. So what else is new!

The “children” won’t need to ride in on top of a train. We are flying them in just as we do refugees from around the world. http://www.tucsonweekly.com/TheRange/archives/2015/02/09/immigration-officials-announce-an-in-country-refugee-parole-program-for-central-american-minors

This so-called Central American Minors Refugee/Parole Program (known as CAM) has simply rewritten the definition of the word refugee.  Legitimate refugees are by international law and US law supposed to be able to prove they have been persecuted for one of several reasons—religion, political view, membership in certain groups, and race.

People looking to improve their economic condition are not refugees!    See my earlier post here for more.

This is a good article at Newsday, focused mostly on the NY, Long Island area but it gives us some useful updated information.  Thanks to reader Chris for sending it.

There is also a map which shows where the tens of thousands of ‘children’ (mostly teenage boys) were distributed around the US in the last year or so.

Ostensibly the program is meant to stem the illegal invasion of the border, but it isn’t.  It is really, in my view, meant to expand the definition of ‘refugees’ and eventually, I predict, it will be available to other poor people in other third world hellholes way beyond Central America.

I’ve snipped just a small amount of the article, but there is much more so please read the whole thing!

Hundreds of Central American children are seeking to come to Long Island and other parts of the nation on a new path carved by President Barack Obama for minors “at risk of harm” in their home countries, according to a federal agency and a local resettlement group.

Children from El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala who prove they are fleeing danger will be placed on flights to airports where their parents will meet them. The number coming will be limited by the program’s rules, as well as yearly quotas for refugees from Latin America and the Caribbean, officials said.

Refugee contractors monopolize the program!

Rep. Peter King, chairman of important House Homeland Security subcommittee is OK with this illegal expansion of refugee law!

In this next section we get further evidence that this program is also a boon to our usual cabal of ‘non-profit’ resettlement contractors because they are PAID to process the children.  One is not even permitted to use other help to process in one’s children, applications must go through groups like Catholic Charities!

Newsday continues:

As of June, about 200 petitions had been filed under the new initiative by immigrants seeking to legally bring their children to Long Island — mostly from El Salvador — and another 200 were waiting to file their requests, said Carmen Maquilon, immigrant refugee services director at Catholic Charities in Amityville. The nonprofit is the only group authorized in Nassau and Suffolk counties to file those requests for admission as refugees or immigration parole recipients with the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.

[…]

Applications reported

The U.S. Department of State, which administers the new program for minors, reported receiving 1,385 individual applications from throughout the United States as of June 8 — 1,139 for children in El Salvador, 21 for children in Guatemala and 225 for children in Honduras. The agency did not say how many of the applications were from New York.

So much for help from Congress!

U.S. Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford), whose district includes communities where many immigrants’ kids have resettled, said he is not opposed to the refugee program.

 More here.

Investigation needed!

Back in 2013, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (one of nine federal resettlement contractors) sent a delegation to Central America and returned to write a report that predicted that 60,000 unaccompanied alien children would flood our southern border in 2014.  They hit the number almost exactly on the head.  I’ve wondered ever since if they were good guessers or if they actually went to Central America and LIT THE FUSE on the invasion.   Here is one post where I mention my theory.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful if some investigative reporter dug into what happened on that Bishops’ trip in 2013!

By the way, the Catholic Charities office mentioned in the Newsday article is a subcontractor of the USCCB.

All of our posts on the illegal alien ‘children’ going back many years, are archived with the phrase ‘unaccompanied minors.‘  Today, I primarily use the phrase ‘unaccompanied alien children.’

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More headaches for Germany as asylum center torched

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 21, 2015

The latest ‘Invasion of Europe’ news…..

Update July 23rd:  German Justice Minister condemns attacks on asylum centers.

Over a thousand residents of the Bavarian town of Eichstatt say “Nein” to plan to house asylum seekers. Photo: https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eichst%C3%A4tt

From National Catholic Reporter:

Munich—A German Catholic church leader condemned an arson attack that destroyed a reception center for asylum seekers.

Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich-Freising, president of the German bishops’ conference, said the attack revealed that “some groups” were trying to “sow hatred” against migrants.

The July 16 incident in the Bavarian town of Reichertshofen, is the latest in a wave of attacks against hostels for asylum seekers as anti-immigration sentiments rise in Germany in the face of unprecedented numbers of asylum applications.

Noting that there have been 150 attacks against centers for refugees and asylum seekers in the first half of 2015, Marx said the church must make clear its opposition to such “hatred and violence.”

[….]

About 1,200 of the 7,780 residents of the town, located 40 miles north of Munich in the diocese of Eichstatt, had signed a petition against the project.

[….]

Germany is expecting an influx of 450,000 refugees and asylum seekers this year, which is more than double the number of those who arrived in 2014.

With numbers that high, I suspect that tensions are going to get a whole lot worse.

See our ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive here.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Community destabilization, Europe, Muslim refugees, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 4 Comments »

Australia: Violent riots erupt between anti-Islam nationalists and anti-racism activists

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 19, 2015

Coming to a town near you?

Reuters has the story here:

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Several hundred Australian nationalists and anti-racism activists clashed with police in Melbourne on Saturday in a rare display of violence in a country where immigration is an increasingly emotive political issue.

[….]

Fear of young Australian Muslims being inspired by militants such as Islamic State and traveling to fight in Iraq and Syria has underpinned support for right-wing groups like Reclaim Australia and the United Patriots Front.

“The message is very clear: you come here, embrace our way of life,” Daniel Nalliah, National President of the Rise Up Australia Party and Reclaim Australia rally organizer told the crowd.

“If you think where you come from is better than where you are coming to, shut up, pack up and get out.”

About 450 police were on hand following violent clashes at a similar rally earlier this year and used pepper spray as they struggled to keep the two sides apart.

The written report doesn’t tell the whole story.  See the films of the violent demonstrations to get a better understanding of the tension over immigration down under.  Here are just two of many:

 

For new readers we have an extensive archive on Australia with 171 previous posts.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Australia, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees | Tagged: , | 8 Comments »

How did Chattanooga shooter’s family get here?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 19, 2015

I haven’t seen anyone find the definitive answer yet. Have you?

Andy McCarthy, here, further elaborates on their ‘Palestinian’ origins, and tells us the family came when Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez was an infant.  He was born in 1990.

We take very few ‘Palestinian’ refugees (I’ve remarked many times that the Palestinian problem is never solved by the UN because they need to continue the thorn in Israel’s side, but that is a story for another day).

I hate to speculate, but will anyway.  There is a chance that this family was very likely among those being expelled from Kuwait (to Jordan) at the time of the first Gulf War.  The father is reportedly a Palestinian who could very well have been a successful asylum seeker just as had been the father of the Tsarnaev Boston Bomber family.  In the Tsarnaev case the father got into the US on his own and then asked for asylum.  Once granted political refugee status he then brought the rest of the family over.

By the way, we wouldn’t be speculating if the US State Department and its resettlement agencies in Tennessee would talk!

ORR Annual reports to Congress hold much information

I went back to the Office of Refugee Resettlement Annual Reports to Congress to see what we were doing in the early 1990’s in Jordan and Kuwait.  For those of you doing research, these are a treasure-trove of information.

In the first half of the 1990’s we took no refugees from either Kuwait or Jordan, however, much to my surprise the reports in the early 1990’s included the nationalities of successful asylum seekers.  Unfortunately by the 1995 report this feature was dropped from subsequent reports.

However…

Go here to the Annual Report for 1994 and see Table 14 on Page A-24.

From 1990-1994 we accepted 85 asylum seekers from Kuwait and 66 from Jordan.  Could this be how the Abdulazeez family gained legal immigrant status in the US?

Again, we don’t know yet, or at least I haven’t seen reports yet on how exactly this family gained access to a legal life in Tennessee, but, this gave me an opportunity to mention the Annual Reports to all of you concerned activist citizens who are researching what has been done to your states.

Completely changing the subject….I was interested to see (in that same 1994 report) a table on the distribution of ‘unaccompanied minors’ that year.  We distributed 8,416 of those ‘unaccompanied minors’ to your towns as early as 1994.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Stealth Jihad, Where to find information | Tagged: , , | 14 Comments »

Senator Jeff Sessions: Time to re-think our LEGAL immigration system

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 18, 2015

Yes!  It is way past time!

Senator Jeff Sessions (R) Alabama

Any of you reading this and still saying to anyone who will listen that “illegal immigration is bad, but legal is good,” please stop saying it because it shows you don’t know what you are talking about!

Our LEGAL immigration policies and programs are a disaster and this week’s Chattanooga slaughter should be a wake-up call to every sane citizen.

Thank God, Senator Jeff Sessions is now saying what we have been saying for years!

His piece entitled, Homegrown Terrorism ‘Made Possible by Unwise Immigration Policy’, is posted here at the Weekly Standard.   After listing myriad cases of terrorism perpetrated by LEGAL refugees and immigrants he wraps up with this:

It is time to affirm some fundamental but forgotten principles that will enhance not only our security but also our social and economic well-being:

· We are under no obligation to admit anyone to the United States.

· The selection of new immigrants to the United States should be based on what’s in the best interests of the people already living inside the United States.

· Immigrants selected for admission should be expected to be financially self-sufficient and chosen because they are likely to succeed, thrive, and flourish in the United States.

· Assimilation is the best policy to ensure both the success of our country and the success of those who arrive in our country. We do both the country and those seeking to enter our country a disservice by failing to promote our language, our laws, and our political customs.

Call Senator Sessions and urge him to hold hearings on the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program with an eye to throwing it out altogether.   

He is chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, here.   I see Senator Ted Cruz is on this subcommittee, tell him he needs to get on this issue ASAP if he wants your support in his 2016 run for the Presidency.

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Reforms needed, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: | 6 Comments »

Daniel Greenfield: Chattanooga shooter possibly linked to Palestinian refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 17, 2015

Update 2: Shooter traveled to Jordan in 2014, WSJ here.

Update:  If Dad is a Palestinian who left Kuwait, this family could indeed be resettled refugees or successful asylum seekers we gave shelter to. Here is what wikipedia says about the expulsion of Palestinians (Jordanian citizens) from Kuwait after the first Gulf War.   I don’t have time to dig around, but if you do, I’ll post your links here!  I have to get on to my work on “Welcoming Ohio” this morning.

Everyone I know is asking if the Islamic-motivated shooting of 4 unarmed Marines is somehow linked to our refugee program.  I don’t have the answer yet.

Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez

We don’t take very many refugees from Kuwait nor do we take very many Palestinians, but we do send many Muslim refugees to Tennessee.

If anyone sees a mention of the year the killer’s family entered the US it might help us narrow this down.  Remember there are several legal immigration programs through which this family could have been admitted to the US.

One possibility is that a family member (the father?) entered the US in some legal fashion (tourist visa?) then applied for asylum and subsequently brought the family over behind him (like the Tsarnaev Boston Bomber family did).

Everyone keep an eye out for any news about how they got into the US!

Holly Johnson

As the Director for the Tennessee Office for Refugees, Holly Johnson would be able to put the question to rest by telling us whether or not the killer’s family came to the US as refugees or possibly were granted asylum status after getting into the country through some other means.

The refugee program in Tennessee is a Wilson-Fish program which means it is run jointly by the US State Department and in this case Catholic Charities of Tennessee (Tennessee Office for Refugees)—they would both know if the Abdulazeez family came here as refugees or successful asylum seekers. 

Also, the primary resettlement contractor in Chattanooga is Bridge Refugee Services (a subcontractor of Church World Service and Episcopal Migration Ministries, two of nine major contractors).

Bridge has been operating in Chattanooga since 1982 so they would know if this family was one of theirs!

My guess is that the refugee contractors in Tennessee will not be forthcoming.

Daniel Greenfield writing at Frontpage magazine has this bit of information:

This is still preliminary as the story is developing. So take it as that.

The media is reporting that the Muslim attacker in the Chattanooga shootings is Kuwaiti. That may not be accurate, based on the current reporting, it would appear that his mother Rasmia Abdulazeez is indeed from Kuwait, but his father Youssuf Abdulazeez is from Nablus in Israel.

This is not especially significant as a lot of self-described “Palestinians” used to live in Kuwait. At least until the Kuwaitis kicked them out for collaborating with Saddam. With the approval of Bush I.

If you see more on how the family got into the US, please send it our way.

By the way, one of the first posts I ever wrote at RRW was about this agency, Bridge Refugee Services, joining the ACLU and CAIR to fight a 2003 request by the US Dept. of Homeland Security for information under the Patriot Act.  The national security agency was looking for information on resettled Iraqi refugees.  The resettlement contractor refused to cooperate.

So they are not likely to talk now!

Here is another Daniel Greenfield story on this topic.

Meanwhile Presidential candidate Bobby Jindal says Muslim immigration to America might more correctly be called “colonization.”

At Breitbart:

According to a recent report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), approximately 2.5 million immigrants from “predominantly Muslim countries” reside inside the U.S. right now. Abdulazeez was apparently one of them. Jindal has questioned whether all the Muslims coming into the United States right now is really truly “immigration” or if it’s actually a “colonization.”

About Holly Johnson:  This is her contact information if any investigative reporters want to try to get an answer—good luck!

Holly Johnson, Director
Tennessee Office for Refugees
Office: (615) 352-9520 ext. 222
Fax: (615) 352-0701
Email: HJohnson@cctenn.org

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