Friday, July 1, 2016

Terrorist Screening Worries Didn't Stop U.S. From accepting record number of Syrian refugees in June

U.S. accepts record number of Syrians . . .
Syrian refugees arrive aboard a dinghy after crossing from Turkey to the island of Lesbos, Greece, on Sept. 10, 2015. (Associated Press)
The U.S. accepted more than 2,300 Syrian refugees in June alone, sending the fiscal year total soaring past the 5,000 mark and putting the government on track to surpass President Obama’s goal of 10,000 by the end of September, but raising questions about screening out potential terrorists.

June’s numbers set a monthly record for the Homeland Security and State departments, which committed resources received earlier this year to streamline the process — in what critics say amounted to corner-cutting — to get back on track toward Mr. Obama’s political goal. Washington Times

1 comment:

al said...

The other problem is how do we know they actually syrian?
Can a American tell the difference between them and/or Iraqis? Or any of the other middle eastern types?
Background; while in Europe last summer, while waiting my turn in the immigration office, overheard a couple from a african country
talking how they will become instant syrians.
bet money they were far from the only ones.
A 3rd world data base or documentation worth the paper it written on.

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