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EU officials: ISIS has been wiped out in Syria, time for refugees to go home

Article publisher: 
Refugee Resettlement Watch
Article date: 
November 11, 2017
Article category: 
National News
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One of the most maddening things about our UN/US Refugee Admissions Program is that it is permanent.
 
When we take refugees they are here to stay and on track to citizenship even if their home country goes back to relative peace.
 
As we have watched Europe, particularly Germany ‘welcoming’ migrants, remember those flooding in to that country will have to seek asylum and wait for that legal process to work its will.  Until their asylum claims are adjudicated they have no right to permanent resettlement—our refugees do!
 
This is why we should not fall for every UN/Leftwing scare tactic and jump to admit refugees who in a year or two could go home—like the Syrians.
 
Here is the news from Germany that is not being widely broadcast!
 
 
Senior EU officials have started to call for Syrian refugees who fled the the ensuing violence and suffering from the war against Islamic State to be returned to their home country now that the war is over.
 
After recovering all strategic strongholds from IS, the Syrian Army on Wednesday claimed that it had won the war against the terrorist group.
 
This has prompted senior German officials to call on Chancellor Angela Merkel to open up communications with the Syrian government to facilitate the return of refugees who fled the war in Syria.
 
The right-wing Alternative for Deutschland (AFD) party say Angela Merkel and her new government should immediately strike up talks with Syria’s president Assad to start the ball rolling on a deal to repatriate migrants that had fled to Germany during the migrant crisis...
 

 

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