Why the United States Should Not Treat Ex-Muslims as Refugees

Posted December 15, 2018 10:16:00 The United States should not treat ex-Muslims with the same respect that it treats refugees, according to an article published in the American Conservative.

The article is a response to a report from the American Islamic Forum for Democracy (AIFD), a Muslim civil rights organization that claims to have tracked and documented all cases of Muslim refugees in the U.S. from 1990 to 2017.

It alleges that the U toadying to Muslims is not a problem, but that some Muslims have been treated with suspicion by the U S. Government, including by the FBI.

“In many cases, there is no evidence that these refugees are dangerous,” the AIFD article reads.

Instead, according the AISD report, many are fleeing persecution and conflict for the first time.

They are fleeing a society that has largely shunned them as Muslim, but are also fleeing from a society they claim is failing them.

One Muslim who fled the Middle East for America, a Muslim American, was refused entry into the U s by the State Department because he is an ex-Muslim.

The State Department is investigating the claim.

In a recent interview with Breitbart Texas, former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who is also a former ambassador to the U .

S., claimed that she believes ex-Islamic refugees are “the most violent people on the planet.”

“They’re not going to get in here, they’re not getting along with the other refugees,” she said.

“The reality is, there are a lot of people who want to come into this country, and we have a very welcoming country.”

Huckabee Sanders went on to say that the administration should allow the U oadies to stay, but only after it is done “to get a handle on these problems that are being created.”

The American Conservative article also claims that the United Nations should take the lead in welcoming ex- Muslims.

It notes that the Obama administration had signed an agreement in 2016 that requires countries to allow refugees from Muslim countries to come to the United Sates for processing and resettlement.

The AIFB has filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the agreement.

A former Obama administration official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the Trump White House did not follow the protocol.

She said the Obama Administration did not consider the situation with the AIs because they were “the ones who were coming in.”

“They were not given any information about the vetting process.

They were not told what was going on in the country,” she added.

Trump has repeatedly called for the removal of all Muslims from the U s, and he has suggested that the country’s Muslim population is “a problem” that needs to be solved.

On Twitter, the Trump Administration has repeatedly used the word “refugee” to describe refugees.

Earlier this week, Trump called for a “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United State until our country’s representatives can figure out what is going on,” and on Thursday, he tweeted, “When do we start getting smart on this problem?

When do we figure out if there is a problem with our borders?”

In his Twitter post, Trump also called for Muslim refugees to be sent back to “a failed state,” claiming that the countries they were coming from were “not the best places.”

According to the AICD, “there are over 800,000 refugees from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Nigeria, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, and Yemen who are living in the United states.”

A study by the Center for Immigration Studies estimates that between 2010 and 2017, there were 1.2 million ex-migrants in the USA, a number that has increased in recent years due to increased immigration from Muslim nations.

But in an interview with the Washington Post in 2018, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee S. Sanders said that she was not aware of any cases of ex-mosques that have been removed from the United Kingdom and other countries in the European Union.

According the Washington Times, Sanders said the U lst time she was on the phone with the U niversity, she was asked if there were any ex-Mosques that were removed.

“There were not.

I don’t know of any.”

She also said that refugees are not treated the same as Muslims.

“There’s no distinction between them,” she stated.

“They’re all people fleeing persecution.”

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