The flow of refugees from Syria and the Middle East into Europe and the United States has not already caused a crisis, but the worst is yet to come.
My own opinion about what we should be doing about the refugees is mixed. On the one hand, as a Christian, I believe it is our duty to take in and care for the refugee. Yet, on the other hand I fully understand that Isis is using the refugee issue as a cover to infiltrate our borders with radical fighters.
What occurred recently in Paris France is just another step in the march of Islam to terrorize and ultimately convert the west to Islam. As more and more refugees enter our countries, we will increasingly become more vulnerable to their attacks.
WBRZ reports that Catholic Charities helped a refugee settle in Baton Rouge, but said the immigrant left for another state after a couple of days, and they don’t know where the refugee went since they don’t track them.
Did you get that? They don’t track them.
It’s one thing to allow them to settle in our country, but we should at least keep track of them.
Of the estimated 1.1 million migrants who have landed in Europe via the Mediterranean since 2013, less than six “have raised questions in terms of possible links to extremism,” said International Organization for Migration spokesman Joel Millman. While only a few have raised questions, I would like to know what questions are being raised? If these organizations do not have any records on the refugee, how can they make a determination if they are questionable?