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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 »

Trump speaks out on Syrian refugees: we aren’t saving Christians, just the Muslims

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 13, 2015

Donald Trump

We are saving the Syrian Muslims and not the Christians!

Thanks to Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit for spotting a brief mention by Presidential candidate Donald Trump in Las Vegas on Saturday.  Go to Gateway Pundit for the story and the video clip.

Trump is almost right. It isn’t zero Christians, but it’s pretty close to zero.  Although we have admitted a small handful of Syrian Christian refugees, the vast majority are Muslims and mostly Sunni Muslims as we reported here recently96% of the small number admitted so far in 2015 are Muslims.

But, don’t forget!

Led by the Senate Jihad Caucus, the push is on to admit 65,000 Syrians before Obama leaves office and the vast majority of those will be plucked from UN camps populated by mostly Syrian Sunni Muslims.

Posted in 2016 Presidential campaign, Christian refugees, Colonization, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , | 15 Comments »

Europe’s Great Migration Crisis

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 13, 2015

gatestone-logoThat is the title of a round-up of sorts by Soeren Kern at the Gatestone Institute yesterday.

My inbox is filled every morning with stories from around Europe about the ongoing invasion by mostly Muslim migrants arriving on the Continent from North Africa and from throughout the Middle East.

I call our series on the crisis—the Invasion of Europe.’  I tell people wherever I speak that Col. Gaddafi was right.  Europe will be conquered and overrun with migrants and not with guns and swords.

Scratching my head this morning about how I could possibly pull the many stories into one post when I was relieved to see that the Gatestone Institute has already done the work.

Please read it here!

Not in the round-up is the latest from Poland.  After refusing to admit Syrian Muslims, they are resettling a small number of Syrian Christians.

If you love Europe (Western Civilization!) and plan to visit sometime in your lifetime, go now. I’ll be going in late August.

Posted in Africa, Europe, Muslim refugees, Stealth Jihad | Tagged: , | 1 Comment »

Comment from refugee insider: it is all about the money as US refugee program imports Muslims

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 13, 2015

Yesterday one of our readers, Paul, bothered to read some of the over 1,000 comments at our Youtube video (here if you have never seen it) and found this one from a man named Jim Delaney who posted it a month ago.

First UN-chosen Syrian Muslims arriving in Kentucky being resettled by ‘church’ group and being helped by questionable Islamic charity. https://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2015/02/15/first-syrian-refugees-arriving-in-louisville-ky-helped-with-grant-from-islamic-charity/

Here is what Mr. Delaney had to say.  (I’ve broken the text into smaller paragraphs and the emphasis is mine.)

What this woman says is terribly true. Until my retirement 13 years ago, I was in charge of resettling thousands of refugees in a northeastern state. And I was damned good at it. When I began resettling refugees in the early 80’s, the vast majority were non-Muslim, primarily Vietnamese.

Program money was scarce and we heavily relied upon church groups and humanitarian zeal to get the job done. It was personally rewarding work for us all.

Toward the end of my experience nearly 22 years later, the number of Muslim refugees began to skyrocket. They were a particularly difficult group with which to deal and acculturation was always a critical problem. It was often difficult to find willing resettlement partners in the community once the Muslim resettlement experience got out.

At this point, I lost faith in the correctness, morality and goodness of the resettlement effort and resigned as soon as I could. We must understand that gov’t-funded church, et.al. organizations throughout the US have a huge financial stake in the resettlement of refugees. It’s come to the point where it matters not a whit whether or not the refugees have been properly vetted or are potential Islamists.

What is of paramount/overriding importance now to resettlement agency staff is their ability to pay their mortgages and car loans.

It’s become a competitive business, plain and simple. Quite simply, the number of refugees resettled translates into program dollars and each agency vies for a bigger share of refugees numbers. No higher purpose than that, I’m afraid. While I don’t regret the work I did–and I DO mean hard work–as said, I wouldn’t want anything to do with refugee resettlement now. It’s become self-serving, subversive and destructive. Just needed to get that off my chest.

Thank you, Mr. Delaney!  Are there more of you working (or recently retired) in the refugee industry who would like to get this off your chests?  I suspect so! Send us a comment, we don’t need to know who you are.

I guess that says it all.  Can I retire now?  Just kidding!  Please send this to everyone you know!

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Comments worth noting/guest posts, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, Taxpayer goodies | Tagged: | 4 Comments »

Syrian Christians fear Muslim-populated United Nations camps

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 12, 2015

When I give presentations on our Refugee Admissions Program, I am asked all the time if we are taking Syrian Christians in our refugee flow and I tell people—very few!

UNHCR camps house mostly Muslim Syrians as Christians are too afraid to go there. In 2015, 96% of the Syrian refugees entering the US are Sunni Muslims. Photo from The Guardian: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2012/jul/30/syria-aleppo-fight-continues-live

 

 

I had heard anecdotally that Christians fear the Muslims in the United Nations camps.

Last week Leo Hohmann writing at World Net Daily confirms our suspicions in an article entitled, ‘Obama response to Christian killing fields ‘horrifying’.

Quoting  George Marlin, author of a  new book, “Christian Persecutions in the Middle East: A 21st Century Tragedy,” Hohmann tells us this (emphasis mine):

As of December 2014, 600,000 Syrian Christians had fled their country or have been internally displaced, Marlin reports. In Aleppo, more than 65 percent have been forced to leave.

He told WND most Syrian Christians will not go to the United Nations refugee camps for two reasons. First, they are afraid they will be harmed and, second, they do not want to leave their country. [Hohmann previously reported that Assad had protected the Christians.—ed]

“The Christians are afraid to go to those camps, because the camps are basically populated by Muslims, and they’re afraid of retaliation and harm in these camps,” Marlin said. “So what is happening with the Christian refugees is the Christian community is basically taking care of these people, they’re staying in the churches, they’re staying in Christian homes, and we at Aid to the Church in Need are trying to get aid to the churches that are housing them.”

So every time you see a Syrian camp photo, or see that one of our resettlement contractors is over there helping in the UN camps, or you see Angelina Jolie visiting a Syrian camp, remember they are helping mostly Muslims.

What do the numbers look like?

Just a few days ago, I reported that the refugees now numbering over 1,000 who have been admitted to the US since 2012 are 94% Muslim.  After reading this WND article I went back to check the data base for just the Syrians admitted to the US in 2015.  What did I find?  The number of Muslims admitted is even greater when only 2015 is analyzed!

In 2015 we admitted 763 Syrians so far.  Of that number only 23 are Christians, 36 say they are simply Muslim and another 698 are Sunni Muslims.

So 96% of those arriving in US towns and cities are Syrian Muslims (mostly Sunni Muslims).

That means that US resettlement contractors including the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, World Relief, Church World Service, Episcopal Migration Ministries and the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society are placing mostly Sunni Muslims (chosen by the UN) in your towns!   And, you pay for it!

The Jihad Caucus is aptly named!

Fourteen US Senators have asked Obama to admit 65,000 Syrians before his term in office ends.  We call them the Jihad Caucus because they are advocating for more Muslim refugees to be admitted to the US.

 

Posted in Changing the way we live, Christian refugees, Colonization, Community destabilization, Muslim refugees, Obama, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, Where to find information | 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 »

Wyoming Republican Governor Matt Mead still angling to bring in refugees! Why???

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 6, 2015

He says he just wants a civil discussion to get the facts.  Indeed that is all we have ever asked for over the last 8 years—the facts!  All of the facts!

All of the facts to be laid out in public—the good, the bad and the ugly.

And, that is exactly what the UN/US State Department and their resettlement contractors avoid wherever they begin a new resettlement program.  Why?  Because when the average American citizen learns all of the facts they reject this program!  Secrecy has been its watchword for over three decades!

Casper Star Tribune: Albert Einstein was a refugee.

See this story at the Casper Star Tribune where Gov. Mead, we are told, has asked the ‘Humanities Council’ to add discussions about the federal government’s refugee program to its forum agenda.

LOL! Mead, who suggested here, that RRW is racist now says he wants a factual, respectful debate! 

I can’t wait to see who he invites to address the negative aspects of resettling third worlders in Wyoming, the only state with no official resettlement program.

Imagine a sitting governor taking time to call-out a blogger thousands of miles away! What is he afraid of?

For all of our many many posts on the controversy that saw the issue become a re-election concern for Mead, click here.  I haven’t the time or patience to go back through it all. But, will address a couple of the “facts” in this news story.

I wish only one thing—I wish that Republican Gov. Matt Mead would be honest and tell everyone why it is so important for him to open Wyoming to impoverished refugees from Syria, Somalia, Iraq, Burma, Afghanistan and from myriad other conflict zones around the world.  Why???

Now to the Star Tribune:

* On the phrase “refugee camps.”  I don’t know where that came from and when I first saw it, I thought it was an unfortunate choice of words because refugees will not live in camps.  They will live, at first, in a couple of US State Department/contractor chosen cities in Wyoming and in mostly taxpayer-subsidized housing.

Esar Met

RRW: Esar Met was a refugee in Utah

* Regarding this statement by the reporter:

Opponents to resettlement have said refugees can spread HIV, Ebola, tuberculosis and advocate Sharia law.

Refugees are admitted to the US with HIV and tuberculosis.  Come on lazy reporters—look it up!  As for Ebola, the Liberian man who died in Texas with Ebola was visiting others who had come to the US as refugees, but no mention was ever made of his immigration status (that I know of). So, so far there hasn’t been a case of Ebola in a refugee.

And, yes, advocates of Sharia law are plentiful in the refugee flow, one only need to look to Minnesota, Ohio and California for cases of refugees being prosecuted for aiding Islamic terror groups around the world.

* Regarding the discussion about secondary migrants (refugees who have moved into Wyoming from elsewhere):

Refugees are currently living in Wyoming, Mead said.

“Most of them (are) I think the term is secondary refugees,” he said. “In other words, they’ve relocated into another state and now they are coming to Wyoming. But because we have no plan in place, we don’t know what their numbers are, what are the resources that they’re using.

Colorado rapist

RRW: Jasim Ramadon was a refugee in Colorado.

First, secondary migrants are like any other legal immigrant in America who chooses to move—we do allow free movement in this country (thankfully)!  However, those who choose to move from their primary place of resettlement, don’t need any special programs just for them.  They can find work and/or access welfare without someone (a resettlement contractor) holding their hands just as any other class of legal immigrant must do.

Governor Mead does not need the Humanities Council or a special resettlement contractor to figure out what “resources they’re using.”  He is the governor after all, he needs only to direct offices within the state government to figure out how much welfare the ‘secondary migrants’ are using, how many kids are in the schools, what health services they are using, etc.  The federal government is not going to send Wyoming more money for them, but state taxpayers might like to know the answer!

And, one more thing on the ‘secondary migrants.’  We learned here that Somalis were moving in from Colorado so as to obtain housing vouchers that they could take back to Colorado.  Maybe the Governor should find out how many of those refugees were ripping off poor and disabled Wyomingites who need that housing!

*  Then this is downright BS!

The federal Office of Refugee Resettlement and the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees “pay 100 percent of the costs of refugee resettlement for many years. It’s not like we’re going to get stuck with an unfunded mandate,” he said, noting Albert Einstein was a refugee.

Please, please get your facts!  I have written probably a hundred posts here at RRW explaining that local and state taxpayers are picking up a large chunk of the tab for all of this (not to mention the fact that even if some money comes from the feds, it still comes via Wyoming/US taxpayers or China! We don’t grow money on trees in Washington!).   Who do you think is paying for: educating the refugee children, providing interpreter services, paying for the criminal justice system, the fire and rescue service, or a large portion of the medical screening at your local health department?

*  And, now I am really steamed—what biased c***—“Albert Einstein was a refugee.” 

I can play that game too.  Utah child rapist and murderer “Esar Met was a refugee” (she died in excruciating pain).  And, so was Jasim Ramadon an Iraqi gang rapist in Colorado.  Oh, and did you know about the two Iraqi refugee terrorists convicted in Kentucky?   How about Somali, Abdirahmaan Muhumed, a refugee to whom we gave a good life and who then went off and died for ISIS leaving 9 children and several wives for US taxpayers to support?

Who do you think paid for the criminal trials of these refugees—state and local taxpayers!  Who is paying for their prison terms?  You guessed it!  You!

I’ll bet a million bucks (if I had it!) that Einstein will be mentioned at the Humanities forum, but not a word about Met, Ramadon or Muhumed will cross any lips.

My message to the good folks of Wyoming—get your facts!  All of the facts!

 

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, Taxpayer goodies, Who is going where | Tagged: | 7 Comments »

Canada rejecting “refugees” from Malta

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 6, 2015

Why is this so interesting to us?

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If you think the migrant boats arriving on Malta don’t affect you, think again! We are taking some of Malta’s illegal aliens off their hands.

….because Canada is apparently attempting to make the point that international refugee law requires legitimate asylum seekers to seek asylum in the first safe country they enter.

The island nation of Malta is safe and therefore offers a “durable solution” to those seeking asylum.  Although we have sympathy for Malta and the Maltese people, there is no reason for a western nation like Canada or the US to resettle refugees from a safe country.

Here is the Independent:

A number of refugees in Malta who have been sponsored to move to Canada are being prevented from emigrating since Canada’s immigration authorities consider their stay in Malta to be a “durable solution” to their situation, Canadian media is reporting.

Remember readers that ever since the Bush Administration, the US State Department has been illegally in our view scooping up hundreds of those mostly African (mostly Somali!) illegal alien boat people who manage to get across the Mediterranean to Malta, transform them into refugees and move them to your towns and cities.  See most recently here.

And, here, we learned that some of the Malta boat people went to South Carolina.

We have dozens and dozens of posts on this outrage. Go here for our complete Malta archive.  And, here, for our ‘Invasion of Europe’ series.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Canada, Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Europe, Immigration fraud, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 3 Comments »

HIAS targeting Toledo with Muslim refugees

Posted by Ann Corcoran on July 6, 2015

We alerted readers, in February 2014, that Toledo was being targeted as a new “welcoming” community for refugees and in particular refugees from the Middle East.  See our story!  The original ABC News story is gone (it’s a good thing I snipped some of it).  Pay particular attention to the flag graphic behind the TV news anchor.

American Flag with Allahu Akbar

Screen shot from the 2014 announcement that Toledo will take Iraqi refugees. Arabic writing on the flag: Allahu Akbar! Did ABC know what they were doing when they prepared this graphic?

Now, here is the update on Toledo thanks to a new blog called Welcoming America Watch Midwest (story posted at Creeping Sharia).  I was so excited to see this news—-not that Toledo is being colonized, but the news that someone else is writing a blog on refugees!   Here is a bit of the post, but please go read the rest of it!

I was about to start a post on the parent group of Global Detroit and all the other Welcoming initiatives when it came to our attention that Afghan and Syrian refugees are being resettled in Toledo, Ohio. We have known for awhile that the address of an apartment complex’s office called Kenwood Gardens is listed on the State Department refugee resettlement subcontractor list as address for the subcontractor US Together.

[….]

This neighborhood appears to have everything a family could need to function. At the link to US Together–Toledo’s Facebook, there’s photos of another apartment for Afghan refugees. There’s a mosque, shopping center with grocery, large apartment complex, refugee resettlement contractor stationed at the apartment office building–and to top it all off, a public charter school for the kids that has an Arabic theme (the schools–elementary and middle–moved from their original Secor Rd. location into an old synagogue adjacent to the apartments). And all this is within walking distance of a huge employer, the University of Toledo (not on the above map).

Continue reading here.

Guess what!  The subcontractor US Together is an affiliate of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society which we know is busy resettling Muslims into American towns and cities.

This is from HIAS list of “partners:”

US Together (Columbus, Cleveland, and Toledo) – 614-310-3200

It was only 10 days ago or so we learned that HIAS thinks that the US should resettle 200,000 mostly Muslim Syrians!  Can you say death wish!

Posted in Changing the way we live, Colonization, Community destabilization, Iraqi refugees, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, Stealth Jihad, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 2 Comments »

 
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