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01-28-2017 8:35 am - Mark Tapson - Truth Revolt
At last. The persecuted Christian minority in the Middle East, who are suffering from the genocidal urges of the Islamic majority there, will be given priority over other refugees seeking to enter the United States, thanks to President Donald Trump

Speaking with the Christian Broadcasting Network, CNN reports, Trump said that it had been "impossible, or at least very tough" for Syrian Christians to enter the United States and that they have been "horribly treated."

"If you were a Muslim you could come in, but if you were a Christian, it was almost impossible and the reason that was so unfair -- everybody was persecuted, in all fairness -- but they were chopping off the heads of everybody but more so the Christians. And I thought it was very, very unfair. So we are going to help them."

CNN went on to try to undermine Trump's rationale, claiming that "Trump did not name a reason or offer any evidence about why the agencies that vet refugees, including the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department, would have prioritized Muslim refugees over Christians."

Yeah, gee, we can't think of a single reason the Obama administration might have prioritized Muslims over Christians...

And yet CNN admitted that a Pew Research Center report revealed that 99% of the nearly 12,600 Syrians granted refugee status last year were Muslims. Less than 1% were Christian. Syria's population is 87% Muslim and 10% Christian.

But CNN finished the article attempting to diminish the threat of Islamic immigration, claiming that "many Christian groups that resettle refugees in the United States... said the country should not give favor to fellow Christians or bar Muslims."

"Some of the most vulnerable people in the world right now are Muslims," says Scott Arbeiter, president of World Relief, the humanitarian arm of the National Association of Evangelicals and one of nine agencies that partner with the federal government to resettle refugees. If so, it's because other Muslims are killing them. But they're not as vulnerable as the Christian and Jewish minorities in the Middle East.

CNN went on to cite a study conducted by Alex Nowrasteh at the libertarian Cato Institute which claimed that "[t]he chance of being murdered in a terrorist attack committed by an asylum-seeker was one in 2.73 billion a year. The chance of being murdered in a terrorist attack committed by a refugee is one in 3.64 billion a year."

Those are absolutely ridiculous stats that bear no relation to the reality of the danger of unvetted Muslim "refugees." Nowrasteh is a "free migration" extremist; he and the Cato Institute may want to minimize the threat, but the reality is that Europe and America both have experienced numerous Islamic terror attacks and hundreds of casualties due to lax immigration standards and a willful blindness about Muslim "refugees," and we haven't seen the end of it.

Meanwhile, as Trump noted, Christians were being slaughtered and the Obama administration ignored them.

No more.


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