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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, and ban all immigration until the government improves its screening process

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@5CNYTV9from Pennsylvania  answered…2yrs

@5CWPNK3from Texas  answered…2yrs

From what I understand, every incoming immigrant who comes legally goes through 40 hours of interrogation and 3 background checks. How much more do we need?

@5CMPKVXIndependencefrom Washington  answered…2yrs

Fact is, all terrorist attacks thus far have been from Muslims - not Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Taoists, Seventh Day Adventists, atheists, Satanists, etc. So, let's call a spade a spade and understand that radical jihadist Islamist Muslims have targeted everything and everyone not in accordance with it's stance on well, everything. Is it okay to be leery of such folk? I say, YES.

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@546BWHRfrom North Carolina  answered…2yrs

We put Japanese and Germans in camps while at war. Are we not at war on terrorists?

@597G7JPfrom Ohio  answered…2yrs

no let only the real Muslims not the fake "Muslims" who are terrorists.

@4XW9CJVfrom Idaho  answered…2yrs

Most of the "terrorism" is engineered by the CIA, Mossad, MI6 etc. The Muslims are fall guys.

@5496787from Rhode Island  answered…2yrs

Let them enter the country but keep them contained. After all, they are asking for help. We can help and need not feel guilty if we restrict their movement and don't exactly provide 4 star hotel. I can see us being accused of something awful just because we need to maintain national security. That's not fair but it would happen, I'm sure. Do it anyway. It's the only human thing we can do and survive.

@5498JBFfrom Michigan  answered…2yrs

No, banning immigrants based on their religion is unconstitutional, but strict background checks should be enacted

@5CXH2XNfrom New York  answered…2yrs

I'm torn on this one... It's crazy to actually consider banning a whole religion and it feels icky as well.... But the status quo needs to change as well... But I'm gonna say no... No ban but single men traveling back and forth should be watched more closely

@5CXGNWHfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

There are millions of Christians who need help. Bring them in first. As a woman I am apposed to inviting cultures that think women are not equal to me. We fought too hard for our rights and those of our daughter. May sound harsh but it is creating enormous anger amounts everyday people you are not meeting. This is a very explosive issue

@546LXDPfrom California  answered…2yrs

Religion should not be a factor of terrorism, however there needs to be a stricter screening process.

@964B9XC from North Carolina answered…9hrs

Yes, but for being from a "high risk" country that is not a US ally. The ban should not be based on religion.

@9643MLY from Michigan answered…23hrs

@9642PXF from Utah answered…1 day

It is sad that terrorists have given Muslims a bad reputation. But, I would screen everybody wanting to come here. Not just Muslims.

@963WMKN from Indiana answered…1 day

@963VCV2 from Kansas answered…1 day

They should be able to have no reason to be banned unless proven guilty or have some type of record.

@963NRXT from Colorado answered…2 days

no, but it is important to keep our country safe as well but assuming that one individual is a terrorist and they feel threatened is wrong.

@962YSH2 from Kansas answered…2 days

@962G6QB from North Carolina answered…3 days

I believe that is a bad stereotype that was put onto muslims. In many peoples eyes every religion, color, or race as a terrorist or bad people. I think that there should be in depth background checks on people from "high risk" countries and areas.

@962BXNN from Colorado answered…3 days

No, you can’t ban someone for being Muslim. Everyone who migrâtes to America should screen everyone and be more fair at the boarders.

@96228B9 from Arizona answered…3 days

No, banning people based on religion alone is wrong. But the government can improve its screening process, especially from "high risk" countries

@95ZSXDL from Tennessee answered…4 days

i think we should be checking everyone no matter what race or religion.

@95Z59QG from Connecticut answered…4 days

I think that you shouldn't ban immigrants based on their religion but, if we allow them to we could be putting our country at a high risk for getting attacked based on previous events that happened in the United States.

@95YWVTB from Texas answered…4 days

If they came here as nice people they can live here, if they came here as bad people, they should not be here.

@95YL9NP from South Carolina answered…5 days

Hedge to the hedge no. America is a "free country" which means anyone regardless or race, gender, or ethnicity should be allowed to enter.

@95YC2SD from Nebraska answered…5 days

They shouldn’t be banned but a background check could be helpful

@95YC2G5 from Kansas answered…5 days

If there is a thought or chance of being a terrorist then they shouldn't be allowed in unless cleard

@95YBYJQ from Oregon answered…5 days

No, but we do need to increase screenings and improve background checks.

@95YBSLRWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…5 days

@95XVG7D from Texas answered…5 days

All immigrants should be vetted. No one single group should be treated differently than all other groups.

@95XRF5SRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…5 days

No, but they should be put through extensive background checks and screening to rule out potential terrorists.

@95XNDVN from Pennsylvania answered…6 days

No, but create a better screening process for immigrants wishing to enter this country

@95XJK64 from California answered…6 days

The government should just improve their screening process. They shouldn't have to ban certain people because they don't do their job well enough.

@95X7RZZ from Pennsylvania answered…6 days

@95WSDDX from Illinois answered…6 days

No, but pause immigration until the government improves its screening process.

@95WMGQR from Minnesota answered…7 days

@95VLJJH from Florida answered…1wk

Yes until all screening process is equal to anyone one trying to immigrate to the united states

@95VLBQBfrom Pennsylvania  answered…1wk


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