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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, but only after extensive background checks and continuous monitoring to ensure they have no terrorist connections

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, but we should accept much more than the proposed 10,000 refugees

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No, we should eliminate any opportunity for terrorists to enter the country

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@94MJYGG from Georgia answered…1mo

Yes, but only if they are sponsored by private citizens until they become self-sufficient or are able to return home safely

@5JHHJYGfrom Colorado  answered…2yrs

We should pull out of the middle east and quit terrorizing them. We are the biggest terrorists in the world.

@8R3NMVY from Kentucky commented…2yrs

I 100% think that the U.S. should take refugees from Syria. I personally believe that in order to prove that we are the great nation so many people think we are, taking in these refugees should be a priority for us. We should use what we have been blessed with to bless others from less fortunate countries in the world. Some say that it us not our duty to be responsible for foreigners and that it's not our problem ;however, it should be. We should want to take in refugees, want to help these people, and want to take this small step in making our world better. If we live with the mindset of " I…  Read more

@92MBXT4 from South Carolina commented…5mos

Incompatable aggreved radical muslems from Syria CANNOT assimilate into our country because they HATE AMERICA and HATE AMERICANS. If you want to help them as a people, send them your money and let their neighbors (who share more values with them then we do) house them. Or, take a family of Syrian refugees into your own house. When your toddler son gets raped repeatedly, then I think you might change your mind on this matter.

@5B845HJConstitutionfrom Kansas  answered…2yrs

@5K68WKLfrom North Carolina  answered…2yrs

No, we should, instead set up a "save heaven" closer to Syria so that the refugees aren't a threat to our country, but are also safe

@5DJ7RVKfrom South Carolina  answered…2yrs

Send all illegals and anchor babies, and refugees out of this country. They broke the law. The country is not stable now and no new citizens for 5 years.

@4XFCWD6from New York  answered…2yrs

They need safety. We should take them and do the same thing that was done to the Japanese during WW2. We should give them all of the necessities of life including good living quarters (mobile homes would be good), medical care, education. For the ones who want to stay here there should be, along with background checks and continuous monitoring, the learning of our language and customs and the acceptance of both.

@5K5VK95Republicanfrom New York  answered…2yrs

We should allow only persons who can PROVE that they are who they say they are and only after extensive checks. They should have to report their whereabouts on a continuous basis
for several years. They should not be allowed in unless someone vouches for and takes financial responsibility for them

@4YB2GS9from Florida  answered…2yrs

Not just no.. But HELL no. When we were faced with a revolution 240 years ago, we stood up and fought. Let them stay in their own country and do the same. The Syrian "refugee crisis" is nothing less than an orchestrated invasion of Europe and the US.

@5JJ348Zfrom Pennsylvania  answered…2yrs

@547CSJ8from Nevada  answered…2yrs

No, and this is important, if there is more than a normal chance they will find time to arrange to kill people - at all, they must not be let in. But, you must be sure. Most of them who become terrorists are actually in need of sleep and food and love. But this does not mean it is time for a love-in with them. If keeping them out is necessary for our country to defend itself, they ought be kept out, but as soon as they are educated and become people with wonderful dispositions who will enhance our population because they are really nice people and make a good effort to get along with others, they can come in if we're sure. We are good people and should not be being killed by people with agendas like some of those people have. They are misguided and sad people and going nowhere good. I will accentuate the "BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY" phrase here.

@5K6QCKTfrom New York  answered…2yrs

Israel opened its borders to jews after WW2 so in that sense I am open to accepting refugees. However because of BLM and other free for all groups, I feel like the US has become a battle ground within its own borders and at this point in time, we can not accept refugees until the US cleans up from within.

@5488NRCfrom Massachusetts  answered…2yrs

After seeing how these refugees treat the welcoming country's, blowing up building, airports, killing people enjoying their lives, no I don't want them here to do the same. My experience with Muslims, they don't want to assimilate. They want us to be like them. Ugh!  Sinful.

@963SCQV from Indiana answered…6hrs

They should go through the same process as everyone else to enter the United States.

@963PH5G from California answered…9hrs

Yes, but provide background checks and their plan when they come into the country.

@963PF89Democrat from Oregon answered…9hrs

@963NHHD from Illinois answered…9hrs

@963MN75 from Florida answered…10hrs

Yes, but some requirements and background checks must be fulfilled

@963MFM6 from Missouri answered…10hrs

 @The-Progressive-… from Kentucky answered…11hrs

Yes, open our borders and allow refugees from Syria, Ukraine, Russia, etc.

@963JLLB from Arkansas answered…11hrs

I agree with some of these questions, like the one about just letting families in and doing background checks on single individuals, I agree with the family thing because I dont think that babies should have worry when they are going to get their next meal is. I think that just doing a general background is good to see what type of person you are letting into a safe haven.

@963HXK8 from Indiana answered…12hrs

Yes, but only after extensive background checks and continuous monitoring to ensure they have no terrorist connections (more than 10,000?)

@963H83D from North Carolina answered…12hrs

Yes, but with a priority on families of refugees rather than individuals

@963H5F5Republican from Texas answered…12hrs

If they are willing to do what it takes to become legal in the U.S. then yes.

@963GS82 from California answered…12hrs

@963DM3S from Maine answered…13hrs

@963CXSS from Florida answered…13hrs

@963CVRF from Minnesota answered…13hrs

Yes, but only for a certain amount of time. Only until it is safe to go back.

@963B48JRepublican from Florida answered…14hrs

Yes, but they shouldn't automatically become Citizens and given the same graces as one (unless the refugee is interested in doing the work to become a U.S. citizen)

@963B4BT from Texas answered…14hrs

@9639S7T from Illinois answered…14hrs

@9638Y62 from Texas answered…15hrs

@9637JT5 from Maine answered…15hrs

Yes, but the limitations should be the same all across the board.

@96368HH from Pennsylvania answered…16hrs

There should be a long test and acceptance test to accept refugees.


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