1.6 Million Immigrants from Predominantly Muslim Countries Since 9/11

Article author: 
Daniel Horowitz
Article publisher: 
Conservative Review
Article date: 
May 12, 2015
Article category: 
Our American Future
Medium
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How many people in this country are aware of the fact that immigration from Islamic countries has doubled since 9/11? According to data Conservative Review collated from the DHS Yearbook of Immigration Statistics, the U.S. has issued 1,628,854 green cards to immigrants from predominantly Muslim countries from 2001-2013.  Here is the breakdown by country:  

 

Green cards issued to nationals of muslim countries 2001-2013

 

According to the data, a large portion of this new wave of immigration comes from volatile countries such as Iraq, Iran, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.  And don’t forget about Somalia, the source of much of our recent troubles with homegrown terror, particularly in the Minneapolis area...

... if it’s assumed that 13.4% of immigrants from India are Muslim – commensurate to their share of India’s native population – that would add another 116,000 Muslim immigrants to the overall tally.

The overall numbers track closely with Pew’s estimates of 100,000 new Muslim immigrants per year, almost twice the level of the previous decade.  It is also 10% of our annual immigrant population.  At that rate, the Muslim population in the U.S. is expected to double by 2030 and triple by 2050...

... if even 10% of these immigrants have radical Jihadist tendencies, that is 160,000 new ticking time bombs – all brought here after 9/11. 

Yet, instead of being more careful with immigration and guarding our front door, Obama's policy has been to increase refugees from volatile parts of the world that are embroiled in Islamic civil wars. The Magic Valley of Idaho is one of the newest locations chosen for an influx of Syrian refugees...

Who voted for these policies?  When did the American people ever have the opportunity to give input through a transparent process to the radical transformation of America?...

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