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How ISIS Smuggles Terrorists Among Syrian Refugees

In the case of the Paris attacks, only four of the 198 refugees who arrived on the Greek island of Leros that day were terrorists. That is just 2 percent. But that 2 percent were able to carry out an attack that killed at least 130 people. We need to find a way to stop that 2 percent, while helping the 98 percent.

Lawyer of Syrian refugee released amid Kingston terror

9 days ago · The lawyer of a Syrian refugee who was arrested and later released amid an RCMP terrorism investigation in Kingston, Ont., is imploring the public not to …

Arrests in Terror Plot Raise Questions About Canada’s

Jan 25, 2019 · KINGSTON, Ontario — A youth was charged on Friday with “facilitating a terrorist activity” in eastern Ontario and trying to persuade a friend, who is a Syrian refugee…

Do Syrian refugees pose a terrorism threat? – Brookings

Important terrorist groups like Fatah, Hamas, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestinian (PFLP) grew out of the Palestinian refugee crisis of 1948.

How Many Syrian Refugees Are Terrorists? | theTrumpet.com

How Many Syrian Refugees Are Terrorists? Is your guess as good as anyone else’s? By Anthony Chibarirwe • December 2, 2015 President Barack Obama compared Syrian refugees to the first Pilgrims who sailed to America on the Mayflower in September 1620.

Do Syrian Refugees Pose a Terrorism Threat? – Lawfare

Terrorism and refugees share a long and painful history. Important terrorist groups like Fatah, Hamas, and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestinian (PFLP) grew out …

Where America’s Terrorists Actually Come From – The Atlantic

Where America’s Terrorists Actually Come From. Zero Americans have been killed by Syrian refugees in a terrorist attack in the United States. Between 1975 and 2015, the “annual chance of

Fatal terror attacks by refugees in the US: Zero – CNN

Jan 29, 2017 · No person accepted to the United States as a refugee, Syrian or otherwise, has been implicated in a fatal terrorist attack since the Refugee Act of 1980.

A ‘refugee’ in killers’ ranks: Terrorist linked to Syrian

A ‘refugee’ in killers’ ranks: Terrorist linked to Syrian refugee route. The second car, with Belgian plates, was seen near a cafe that was targeted. Authorities believe the atrocity was planned by a network stretching from Syria and the Mideast to Germany, France …

Syrian refugee terror attack averted in Germany — by refugees

Oct 11, 2016 · BERLIN — A Syrian refugee accused of planning a terrorist attack here was on the run for nearly two days until his capture — by fellow Syrian refugees. Jaber al-Bakr’s apartment in the eastern city of Chemnitz was raided Saturday by special forces because authorities feared he was on the verge of launching a bomb attack.

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Can Terrorists Really Infiltrate the Syrian Refugee Program?

As a result of that extensive process, only around 2,000 Syrian refugees have been resettled in the U.S. since its civil war broke out in 2011—a much lower number than many previous refugee crises.

Feds Blame “Lapse in Vetting” for Admitting Syrian

Judicial Watch • Feds Blame “Lapse in Vetting” for Admitting Syrian Refugees with Terrorist Ties into U.S. Feds Blame “Lapse in Vetting” for Admitting Syrian Refugees with Terrorist Ties into U.S.

ISIS finds success infiltrating terrorists into refugee

Jan 29, 2017 · Islamic State finds success infiltrating its terrorists into refugee flows to West. The Islamic State, also known as ISIL and ISIS, has inspired followers to commit atrocities in San Bernardino, California; Orlando, Florida; and the Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida. Scores of U.S. residents have been charged with or suspected

Refugees: the Trojan horse of terrorism? | openDemocracy

Refugees: the Trojan horse of terrorism? “a real and imminent danger is the possibility of the Syrian refugee diaspora becoming vulnerable to radicalization and being specifically targeted


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