When a Filmmaker Embedded with Refugees, He Was Alarmed at What He Saw

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Filmmaker Ami Horowitz went to Europe and embedded with refugees traveling from Turkey to Greece and told Sean Hannity on his show last evening that the statistics from a 2014 study showing 13% of Syrian migrants are sympathetic to ISIS was somewhat accurate.

“The anecdotal evidence is yes, those numbers seem accurate maybe even a touch low,” said Horowitz.

Horowitz walked through a Turkish coastal city with an Arabic translator.

“He said ‘see that guy over there? ISIS. You see that guy over there? ISIS,'” Horowitz told Hannity.

“What’s he doing over there?” Horowitz asked is translator.

“He’s trying to recruit people,” the translator answered.

He also noticed what the UN even admitted – it’s mostly men.

President Obama said Republicans are afraid of “widows and orphans”. Hannity asked if the groups were women and children as Obama has said.

“That’s a lie,” Horowitz responded. “It’s mostly men between 15 and 50. I would say it was 80-85 percent men.”

When Horowitz went to Berlin, he asked the refugees why they came from Syria. Most said they want better jobs and education. Is the EU and US responsible for this? Is it sustainable? If you get a million refugees from Syria, they will not be better off.

They aren’t even refugees – they’re economic exploiters.

Germany is planning to take up to 1.5 million to start.

A security flaw in the country’s vetting process led to the entry of “dozens” of al-Qaeda-linked terrorists, according to an ABC News investigation. Two men were charged with attempted to acquire high-powered weapons stateside.

Concern was fueled by one of the terrorists involved in the deadly attacks on Paris who was believed to have entered the country via the refugee program.

There are so many other holes that need to be filled going well beyond vetting of Syrians There is also the problem which Bill Maher brought up and that is the problem of values.

A poll by Pew Research shows a significant level of support for ISIS in 11 nations in the Muslim world.

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Maybe we should stop the exodus into the US from a few other countries or maybe we should stop funding them. We give billions to Pakistan. These are people who not only don’t share our values, they despise our values and want them changed.

Abdul Basit Haroun, a Libyan government adviser, who told BBC5 Live in March that the refugee boats are used “for their [the Islamic State’s] people who they want to send to Europe, as the European police don’t know who is from IS and who is a normal refugee or not.”

Criminals in trafficking gangs in ISIS controlled territories in North Africa assist.

Mr Haroun came about the information from conversations with smugglers in parts of North Africa controlled by the militants.

He alleged that ISIS allows the boat owners to continue their operations in exchange for half of their income.

The fighters are prize operatives according to Mr. Haroun because they can travel around the continent undetected. They have no biometric data on file.

A Syrian operative told Buzzfeed recently that more than 4,000 covert ISIS gunmen had made it into western nations, hidden among innocent refugees. They were following the well-trodden route taken by refugees and migrants fleeing Syria, travelling across the border of Turkey then on to boats across to Greece and through Europe.

The man claimed there are now more than 4,000 covert ISIS gunmen “ready” to strike across the European Union. He said it was the beginning of a larger plot to carry out revenge attacks in the West in retaliation for the US-led coalition airstrikes.

The ACLU says Indiana cannot block Syrians and is suing the state.

Indiana is one of 33 states that has refused Syrian refugees. The leftist ACLU of Indiana filed a federal lawsuit Monday night on behalf of Indianapolis-based nonprofit Exodus Refugee Immigration which is funded by federal taxpayer dollars. It accuses Gov. Mike Pence of violating the U.S. Constitution’s Equal Protection Clause and Title VI of the Civil Rights Act by accepting refugees from other countries but not from Syria.

Syrian refugees can’t be vetted which is why they are being singled out. They’re not the only refugees who can’t be vetted, Indiana should refuse Iraqis, Somalis, and Libyans and a few others as well.

If a terrorist does get through and kills people, the ACLU bring them back to life for us.

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