Tuesday, 27 June 2017

[YouTube / USA / Groundhog Day: Another 'scared muslims' tale from CNN] Refugees worry about their future in US (CNN)

# CNN (Thanks to Bruce)



# Not much changes - 'Rasha Basha' was fearful back in 2015 following allah's successful Paris terror-castings, according to the Washington Post:

For Syrians in Michigan, call to block refugees is a gut punch
... “These are innocent families who deserve a better life. Their children deserve a better life and safety,” said Basha, 45, whose family arrived here from Syria in 1983. “We are very worried and disturbed.”

Following the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, nearly two dozen governors across the nation scrambled Monday to stop the federal government from settling new Syrian refugees in their states, arguing that the new arrivals may pose a threat to American security. ...
# More of the same at NPR - following the fake god's attacks on Paris:

Syrian Refugees In Michigan Respond To U.S. Resettlement Hesitations
... "She said, 'Mom, can you be careful please? Can you try to go back home?' " Basha says. "I said 'God, please don't let it be another terror attack or another Muslim.' And then it crossed my mind for a second that it might actually be blamed on a Syrian refugee." ...
# 'Shadi Martini' blame-shifts from the fake god and its followers to Trump - and portrays muslims as victims of islamic terror-casting:

How Trump aids & abets ISIS: A refugee from Syria living in the U.S. says the main victims of radical Muslims are fellow Muslims like him

BY Shadi Martini
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
... And that feeds into the main narrative of ISIS: That in the West, Muslims have no safe place to practice their religion freely or real sense of belonging, so they should emigrate to the land of the caliphate.

One Muslim friend here in the U.S. told me, “I packed a small bag and I’m waiting for the knock on my door so they will take us to a concentration camp.”

Another said, “What’s next? They are going to make us wear an armband with a crescent on it and write ‘Muslim’ on our property?” ...
# 'Suzanne Akhras Sahloul' - Board Member of CAIR Chicago (among other things):

Our Board
... Suzanne Akhras Sahloul is the founder of the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) Midwest Foundation, serving as president from 2004-2006. ...
# 'Zubair Rushk' - another refugee who thanks America by blame-shifting Trump - instead of the fake god destroying Syria and causing its inhabitants to flee to the safety of the Dar al-Harb:

How Trump’s Executive Order Has Fostered a Culture of Fear

Pacific Standard Staff
Feb 2, 2017
... Does the travel and refugee ban affect you and Etan in any way, now that you’re in America?

Yes, it’s affected us very hard. On the 21st of March, it’s the Kurdish New Year, Nowruz. There’s a large Kurdish community in Ohio, so we planned to go there, but we canceled our plans because we were afraid they would not let her on a plane. So we have to drive from North Carolina to Ohio. ...
# An 'activist' against Trump - but not so much against the fake god or Syrian president, apparently:

No Ban, No Wall, No Fear. A Day of Action: Raleigh, Raleigh, Saturday, 04. February 2017
... SPEAKERS AND PROGRAM

Intro and message from Wildin and Lenny.
Desmera Gatewood (Triangle Unity May Day Coalition and Witness for Peace)
Zubair Rushk (NC United for Refugees and Immigrants)
Anees & Humaira Ahmed (Newly arrived Pakistani refugee couple opposing the order) ...