BREAKING: These 4 US States Just Declared They Will NOT Accept Syrian Refugees After Paris
By Reagan Wilson
With the recent attacks in Paris still on the mind of many Americans, two US states are taking action to prevent Syrian refugees being taken in by the United States from residing within their borders.
The governments of both Arkansas, Alabama, Texas and Michigan have announced they will not allow any Syrian refugees to settle within their borders.
Alabama was the first state to announce that they would not be taking in Syrian refugees following the attacks on Paris.
In a letter to President Obama, Texas Governor Greg Abbott said the following:
Further, I—and millions of Americans—implore you to halt your plans to accept more Syrian refugees in the United States. A Syrian ‘refugee’ appears to have been part of the Paris terror attack. American humanitarian compassion could be exploited to expose Americans to similar deadly danger. The reasons for such concerns are plentiful,
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley said in a statement:
The acts of terror committed over the weekend are a tragic reminder to the world that evil exists and takes the form of
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