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Tucker Carlson on Chattanooga: We need to review Muslim immigration to America

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 18, 2015

It took the death of Kate Steinle at the hands of an illegal alien a few weeks ago to direct our attention to the shameful border situation, and now it seems the death of five of our finest just might get a discussion started about our LEGAL immigration policies that allow 100,000 or more Muslims to enter the US each year.

Also, see our earlier post this morning where Senator Jeff Sessions seems to be suggesting the same thing.

Here is Carlson yesterday on Fox (hat tip: Richard at Blue Ridge Forum).  Click here to watch the video.

Tucker Carlson, host of “Fox & Friends Weekend,” suggested Friday that the U.S. should look at who it allows into the country in light of the murders of four Marines at a military facility by a Kuwaiti-born Islamic radical in Chattanooga, Tenn.

Carlson asked, “Is there a connection between a massive increase in Islamic immigration to the U.S. and a massive increase of acts in Islamic terror on our soil?”

Carlson said that should a correlation occur, a review of the current immigration policy and a political discourse are in order, “Maybe we do it in a non-heated way, a way that does not demonize anybody but in a way that acts in America’s interests.”

Carlson said political correctness was the reason that critics use to discourage discussion that could offend a group of people: “You will not hear that conversation and it’s really a shame.”

Let’s talk about a moratorium!

Posted in Changing the way we live, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program | Tagged: | 3 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

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , , , , | 8 Comments »

US Senator asks: Did ORR endanger Unaccompanied Alien Children?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 15, 2015

Whew!  This is some incredible bit of news about Unaccompanied Alien Children who might have been trafficked with the help of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, the agency charged with keeping them safe.

Some of the ‘children’ may have been handed over to traffickers once in the US!

From the Columbus Dispatch (hat tip: Julie):

A federal indictment that charged four people with illegally smuggling Guatemalan teenagers into the United States and forcing them to work at Ohio egg farms indicates that some of the teens had gone through an immigration process that might have put them directly into the hands of the traffickers.

Republican U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and co-chairman of the Senate Caucus to End Human Trafficking, said that’s alarming.

He sent a letter on Monday demanding answers from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the process for unaccompanied minors who come into this country and are then apprehended by immigration officials.

According to the charges against those accused of running the forced-labor ring, at least five of the victims had been through a process involving the Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) in which unaccompanied immigrant children are placed under the care and custody of the ORR office.

Federal law requires that that office be responsible for all aspects of their care until a sponsor comes forward and seeks custody. ORR’s website refers to its “strong policies” in place because “these children may have histories of abuse or may be seeking safety from threats of violence. They may have been trafficked or smuggled.”

The government’s website says that sponsors are generally family members, must have passed a background check and must agree that they will adequately care for the children, keep them safe from abuse and cooperate with the immigration process.

In this case, the indictment said the traffickers recruited vulnerable Guatemalan juveniles and brought them to the U.S., then arranged to “have an associate falsely represent himself to immigration officials as the victim’s family friend and submit fraudulent Family Reunification Applications to ORR.”

Over the years we have written often about the Unaccompanied Alien Children which were previously referred to as Unaccompanied Minors. So all of our posts are archived under that second term—Unaccompanied Minors.

Posted in Crimes, diversity's dark side, Immigration fraud, Other Immigration, Refugee Resettlement Program | Tagged: , , | 6 Comments »

As trial opens for Idaho refugee alleged terrorist, Idaho Statesman reports on refugee program

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 14, 2015

Twin Falls, Idaho has become a “Pocket of Resistance” (federal government’s term!) to refugee resettlement where citizens are asking questions and expecting answers about the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program. (See all of our coverage on Twin Falls by clicking here.) Although the Statesman reporter is trying really hard to put a positive spin on the lengthy article, the article itself is a win for the local citizens who want answers.  A year ago there would never have even been this much attention on Uzbek refugee Fazliddin Kurbanov’s trial or the federal program that placed him in rural Idaho.

Trial began this week for alleged Islamic terrorist Fazliddin Kurbanov, a refugee from Uzbekistan. http://boisestatepublicradio.org/post/trial-start-uzbek-refugee-facing-terrorism-charge-boise-0

I’ve snipped just a little bit of the article, but please go read the whole thing! By the way, all of our previous coverage of the alleged Uzbek terrorist is here.  As we have reported in the past, there is something very fishy about the admission of a large number of Uzbeks during the Bush Administration. Some observers believe that after the extremists began rioting, we brought Islamic radicals here to help out the more moderate Muslim President of Uzbekistan. I’ve even heard rumors that they were flown in with the help of the CIA.  It wouldn’t be the first time that we brought supposed ‘refugees’ here for some other foreign policy goal of the US government. We will probably never know whether there is any substance to the rumors. The Idaho Statesman:

Some 80,000 people came to the United States as refugees in 2009, nearly 1,300 of them to Idaho. One of those arrivals, an Uzbek who landed in Boise, was later charged as a bomb-making terrorist. His trial starts Monday.

Citizens want answers!

Overwhelmingly, refugee stories fall into the more positive, and typically more mundane, camp. Even so, opposition to refugees and concerns about their backgrounds persist, getting the occasional boost from new threats, incidents or shifts in refugee policy.

The recent U.S. pledge to resettle several thousand of the estimated 4 million Syrian refugees displaced by war is prompting renewed concern in Idaho. That’s loudest around Twin Falls, where the College of Southern Idaho has worked to resettle refugees since 1982. It now assists up to 300 people annually, and a local group has mobilized in protest.

“We’re not against refugees,” said Rick Martin, of Buhl, who leads the group that wants the college to end the program. “We’re against this program because there’s just so many unanswered questions that are not being addressed.”

What the heck!  Act of bias! Wendy Olson has just demonstrated her bias by suggesting that concerned citizens might be violent.

With the trial of Fazliddin Kurbanov set to start, U.S. Attorney for Idaho Wendy Olson announced on Friday that her office and other law enforcement agencies are on high alert for potential acts of bias against members of the refugee and Muslim communities.

We are told repeatedly (lectured actually!) that refugees are thoroughly screened,  but we aren’t supposed to notice every time a terrorist turns up in the refugee flow?

But what looms larger for concerned opponents is not that forest of millions, but the lone tree, such as an Uzbek in Boise who gained entry to the U.S. despite security checks that were supposed to stop him. Kurbanov is accused of planning bomb attacks at military bases and large public venues. He was arrested in May 2013 after FBI agents raided his Boise apartment and found chemicals and bomb-making components.

Measured against a population of millions, cases like Kurbanov’s are exceedingly rare but still cause for concern. The 2013 Boston bombings were committed by refugee brothers from Chechnya. With the rise of the Islamic State in the war-ravaged Syria in 2011, those who oppose refugees say greater risks could be on the horizon.

It is not just terrorism that concerns local residents…

“For our committee, even if they had said the Syrians are not coming, we would still pursue getting the college out of the refugee business,” said Martin, who with others has worked for years to install new college trustees who would end the program. “They need to focus on their core mission, which is to continue to be a center of higher learning for adults.”

Martin said his group, which counts more than 100 members on a closed Facebook page, also objects to the overall cost of refugee resettlement, its effect on the local job market and the “slumlike” conditions in which he says refugees are housed. [We hear this all the time—refugees in slums—and it’s because the contractors don’t want to spend too much money on them.  So instead of saying that we are taking more refugees than America can afford, let’s reduce the numbers, they live in slum housing.—ed]

This post is archived in our Pockets of Resistance’ category as an example of the fine work citizens are doing in demanding transparency and economic accountability when refugees are resettled in local communities.  Media attention is vitally important.

An afterthought:  I just looked again at the AP story where I got the photo and realized that the title identifies Kurbanov as a “refugee.”  When I first began exposing the Refugee Program, the word ‘refugee’ was virtually never mentioned in any negative story about a refugee, let alone in a title!

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, Pockets of Resistance, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Stealth Jihad, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: , , | 5 Comments »

Another Muslim Bosnian refugee faces extradition, charged with war crimes against Christian civilians

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 11, 2015

We just told you yesterday about a Bosnian war criminal being extradited back to the Serbian part of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and now we have another one!

It appears that this woman, a former prison guard, also allegedly lied to get into the US.

How many more Bosnian refugee frauds are out there from Bill Clinton’s war?

Azra Basic, just your friendly cake-baking refugee next door?

From Kentucky.com (hat tip: Robin).  This is a long story and I’ve only snipped a small portion of it, so read the whole thing.  Emphasis below is mine:

A woman accused of torture and murder in the bloody Bosnian civil war more than 20 years ago has lost another effort to avoid being extradited from Kentucky to stand trial.

Azra Basic did not prove that an earlier decision under which she could be taken to Bosnia violated the law or a treaty, chief U.S. District Judge Karen K. Caldwell ruled Thursday.

Basic’s attorney, Patrick F. Nash, said Basic denies committing war crimes against civilians.

Basic will continue fighting to avoid extradition, with the next step being an appeal to the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals, Nash said.

[….]

Nash also cited the historical enmity between Serbs and Muslim Croatians such as Basic.

“The danger of sending a Muslim Croatian into such a heavily Serbian area … there’s obvious concern there,” Nash said in an interview. “Is there a fear of unfairness? Sure.”

She is charged with participating in horrific crimes.

Caldwell’s decision said Basic allegedly supervised Croat forces that took dozens of ethnic Serbian civilians hostage in 1992.

Witnesses said she took part in horrific conduct, including killing one man by stabbing him in the throat, then forcing other prisoners to drink his blood; torturing a prisoner with pliers; forcing a man to drink gas and then setting his face on fire; and carving symbols into the skin of prisoners.

What were those symbols she is accused of carving into prisoners (into their foreheads)?  An earlier New York Times story tells us.

Ms. Basic carved crosses into prisoners’ foreheads.

See the whole 2011 NYT story here.

Imagine what these long drawn-out legal cases (including incarceration) involving refugee liars cost the US taxpayer!

Gee whiz!  Kentucky sure has its problems with refugee criminals, click here for our growing archive on Kentucky.  Makes you realize that all of this has been going on under the nose of ‘welcoming’ Senator Mitch McConnell for the last three decades!

Posted in Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: , | 1 Comment »

Roanoke, Virginia: Former Bosnian Muslim prison guard extradited to Bosnia, committed war crimes…

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 10, 2015

…..and surprise! surprise! lied on his application for refugee status.

Nezirovic-mug-for-web-jpg

Poster boy for the refugee next door! For every Albert Einstein the refugee industry highlights, I’ll show you a Nezirovic!

The US State Department is quick to say that refugees are thoroughly screened before arriving in the US, don’t believe them.   The case of Almaz Nezirovic is not the first case of refugee fraud we have reported over the years.

From WDBJ-7 (hat tip: Robin):

ROANOKE, Va. –

A former Bosnian prison guard who lived in Roanoke and is accused of war crimes against Serbian prisoners has been sent back to Bosnia.

Almaz Nezirovic, 54, was extradited back to Bosnia on Wednesday.

He is accused of committing war crimes against civilians between April and July 1992 during the Bosnian War.

Bosnian officials believe that Nezirovic beat unarmed civilian prisoners.

“This included allegedly stripping victims naked, beating them severely with a club, and forcing them to eat grass on which others had urinated,” according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Virginia.

After the war in the former Yugoslavia ended in 1995, Nezirovic sought refugee status in the United States, where he later applied for a green card and to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.

Nezirovic was originally arrested in June 2011 and charged with two counts of naturalization fraud. Those charges stemmed from false statements about his wartime activities and other conduct during his citizenship application.

Continue reading here.  There is more, plus the US Attorney’s news release is printed in full.

We first posted on this case in 2011, here, so imagine what this investigation, incarceration and trial has cost the US taxpayer!  I think there should be a law that when refugees go through the criminal justice system, the US State Department budget should pay the costs.  I know that is still taxpayer money, but maybe it would help alert everyone to the fact that the State Department really doesn’t know who the hell they are sending to unsuspecting towns.

Roanoke

Roanoke, VA has had its share of charming refugees.  Remember the 2009 case of 4 African refugees plotting to kidnap local rich women! 

We also had a 2008 story about tensions building between the local African American community and their new African brethren being resettled there.

So who is doing the resettling in Roanoke?  For new readers who want to check out who is responsible for colonizing your towns and cities, go to this handy list and have a look.

By the way, it was Bill Clinton who brought in the over 100,000 mostly Muslim Bosnians to America!

It seems that the US Conference of Catholic Bishops/Catholic Charities is responsible for changing Roanoke.  Don’t ask me why they have two offices there largely paid for by you!

USCCB
VA-USCCB-03: Commonwealth Catholic Charities
Address:
820 Campbell Avenue, Sw
Roanoke, VA 24016-3536
Phone:
540-342-7561

USCCB
VA-USCCB-07: Commonwealth Catholic Charities
Address:
541 Luck Avenue SW, Ste. 118
Roanoke, VA 24016
Phone:
804-545-5930

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: , , , , | 4 Comments »

Aljazeera article about Temporary Protected Status for Syrians tips us off—thousands of Syrians in US illegally

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 9, 2015

…..and more appear to be coming!

For new readers, Temporary Protected Status, is basically a sham LEGAL immigration program that is anything but temporary.

The idea behind it is that we would give temporary refugee status to people already in the US for some other reason (tourist or student visa for example) when a calamity befalls their home country.  The thinking is that it wouldn’t be humane of us to send them home to a country in chaos either from war or natural disaster.  It is supposed to last for 18 months and allows the temporary ‘refugees’ to work, but not collect welfare.

Sounds fine and dandy except there are those with TPS status who are here for decades as the federal government just continues to extend the deadline, and you know darn well many are now collecting welfare and voting!  See our post last week about the newest TPS designated country—Nepal.

Syrians were granted TPS status in 2012, but I have laugh when I see they have a rolling deadline of sorts!

Here is Aljazeera on the news that not very many Syrians want to identify themselves to the US government by signing up for TPS.

Some, Aljazeera says, are applying for asylum, but thousands are simply moving around America to avoid detection!  Emphasis below is mine:

Nahla11

Nahla Kayali, who runs Access California Services: They keep a low profile, traveling from city to city and changing their phones. Photo and bio here: http://www.accesscal.org/about-us/founder-executive-director/

The window for Syrians in the United States to apply for a special temporary legal designation closes July 6, but less than half of the estimated 10,000 who qualify have applied so far. Advocates say that disparity reflects fear of the U.S. immigration system and may indicate that more Syrians in the U.S. are applying for asylum instead as the war drags into its fifth year.

[….]

Under the program, Shaguj [star of the story, Osama Shaguj, a 28-year-old data analyst—ed] gets authorization to work and the right to live in the United States, but only for 18 months at a time.

The Department of Homeland Security first ordered that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) be given to Syrian nationals already in the United States in March 2012, and has twice extended the designation for 18 months. To qualify, Syrians must demonstrate they were in the country before the cutoff date — originally March 2012 and now, Jan. 5, 2015.

Anyone who arrived even a day later cannot apply.

Under the latest extension, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, which administers TPS applications, reports that 3,124 Syrians have re-registered and another 1,835 have signed up for the first time. That is fewer than half of the number of Syrians the office estimated (PDF) would qualify.

But many of those people who could have been eligible are now applying for asylum. [This number should be available through the asylum system—ed]

[….]

Undocumented people and TPS holders are not eligible for public benefits, but Kayali [See photo and caption—ed] raises funds from her community specifically for Syrians who may not have connections on which to rely. But, she says many would rather keep a very low profile, changing their phone numbers frequently and traveling to different cities.

[….]

In practice, Syrians are finding ways to relocate outside of the refugee system, though they can still apply for asylum if they qualify when they reach a new country. This can mean flying to Europe, crossing the Mediterranean, or settling for temporary solutions like those who hold TPS in the United States.

Read it all by clicking here.

So it sounds like that of an estimated 10,000 Syrians in America now, as many as 5,000 could be under the radar somewhere in America.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Immigration fraud, Refugee Resettlement Program, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 7 Comments »

NYT: Minnesota judge rejects plea to release three Somalis charged in terrorism case (for now)

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 9, 2015

But, says he may re-think his decision and release them pre-trial later.

People like Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison think they could be deradicalized.

Keith Ellison

Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison: Integrate them back into their families and make sure they have responsible faith leaders.

Call me heartless, but I don’t think we should be spending all this time and taxpayer money rounding those up who want to leave the country to join their terrorist brethren.  Just let them go and revoke their passports.  Maybe even consider rounding up a bunch and offering free flights back to Islamic hellholes.

Obviously these resettled refugees or their children don’t appreciate what US taxpayers did for them in the first place.

Here is the New York Times:

MINNEAPOLIS — A federal judge here on Wednesday ordered three young men accused of plotting to travel to Syria to fight for the Islamic State kept in detention while awaiting trial, at least for now. That decision came after the defense argued that entrusting the men immediately to their families and Somali-American leaders was the best way to insulate them from radical Islam.

But United States District Judge Michael J. Davis, in a shift from what other federal judges have done in similar cases involving young people accused of being Islamic State recruits, signaled a willingness to revisit his decision in the coming months.

[….]

The issue of how to deradicalize young people attracted to the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, has become increasingly important here and in many other communities where recruitment by militant Islamic groups, often done online, has led to arrests.

Minneapolis, with its large Somali immigrant community, has been a recruitment hotbed for years. More than 20 people in Minnesota have faced federal charges related to Al Shabaab, an African terror group, with at least 10 more cases related to ISIS. Defendants have usually been detained while awaiting trial, as prosecutors have argued that they remain flight risks and threats to the community.

There is a lot more, continue reading here.

If you are new to this news—Somali Islamic radicalization in Minnesota—you might want to go back to our first posts on the topic in 2008 (this has been going on for a long time with no sign of “deradicalization” happening).  As for me, I am so sick of this story, about ‘Somali youths,’ that I’m only mentioning it here to keep our archives fresh.

Check out this post if you have time, I went to a Senate Homeland Security hearing back in March of 2009 and was shocked at the naivete of US Senators on the topic.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, Taxpayer goodies, The Opposition | Tagged: , , , | 1 Comment »

Renewed warning that ISIS plans to infiltrate ‘refugee’ flow to Europe

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 7, 2015

This is not new, but just this week an EU agency is warning (again!) that the invasion of Europe could include ISIS terrorists among the illegal aliens arriving in Europe from North Africa (thanks to Hillary and the girls, here).

Michele Coninsx is the EU’s chief crime and terror fighter. http://www.eurojust.europa.eu/press/pressreleases/pages/2015/2015-04-21.aspx

From Israel National News:

ISIS members could infiltrate Europe together with masses of refugees from Libya, Syria, and Iraq – ironically fleeing ISIS terror in their homelands, said Michele Coninsx, head of the EU’s judicial cooperation agency Eurojust.

Speaking Monday in Brussels, Coninsx told reporters that the EU was working together with other countries to prevent the migration of ISIS terrorists. She declined to specify exactly what steps were being taken.

A video released last week by ISIS in Libya and published by the Arabic-language Asharq al-Awsat shows the two perpetrators of a deadly attack on the Corinthia Hotel in January threatening that ISIS’s newly-established presence in the country would be used as a springboard to invade Europe.

For more and to see the many links, go here.

To learn more about the ‘Invasion of Europe’ see our extensive archive here.

Posted in Africa, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, So what did they expect?, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 2 Comments »

 
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