Syrian Refugees Of The United States

895 WordsDec 9, 20154 Pages
“Every Muslim, from the moment they realize the distinction in their hearts, hates Americans, hates Jews, and hates Christians. For as long as I can remember, I have felt tormented and at war, and have felt hatred and animosity for Americans,” Osama Bin Laden. Syrian refugees crossing the border is currently the headline of every news station. If allowed into America, every human life could be affected. Syrian refugees should not be allowed to enter into the United States because the threat they pose is greater than the advantage America could give them. America has a high homeless rate which will never be resolved if the refugees are welcomed in. Allowing refugees across the border could result in an outbreak of war. Recently a military group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has been causing controversy between the group and the United States. However, what many might not know is that ISIS has been around for more than a decade. When the United States sent troops in to overthrow Hussein’s government in 2003, it started a tension that would have never been expected. ISIS has conquered many places and gained much land. ISIS is believed to have contributors from the 9/11 attack (infobaselearning.com) and they have been known to go to the extreme to enforce their law. From the beheading of Christians, to the cruel treatment of women, the punishment is very brutal. In 2012 ISIS kidnapped journalist James Foley and in 2013 kidnapped journalist Steven

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