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@6DPZVWBSocialistfrom Pennsylvania  answered…2yrs

@6DXQPL4Greenfrom 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?

@6DPCS4BGreenfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

@6DNQLWYIndependencefrom 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.

@9SC67BQNew Democraticfrom Ontario  commented…1yr

@657CXJSRepublicanfrom North Carolina  answered…2yrs

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

@6B8H8KQRepublicanfrom Ohio  answered…2yrs

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

@5YXBDKWGreenfrom Idaho  answered…2yrs

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

@B2V8W42Veteran from South Carolina answered…3mos

Yes they should never come in the country no terrorist aloud

@B2JSL2XDemocrat from North Carolina answered…4mos

Yes and no I think I that they should 100% have the opportunity to prove there selfs without being racially profiled!!

@B2J7XF9Constitution from Utah answered…4mos

No, improve vetting and screening processes. Immagrats are some of America's greatest contributors. Free immagration combined with a clear path to citizenship should be one of America's greatest strength.

@B2D5NMNLibertarian from Minnesota answered…4mos

No, banning based on religion is unconstitutional. However, more measures should be taken to screen and reasonably detain questionable individuals.

@B28YP9KTranshumanist from California answered…4mos

No, but we should ban those with connection with terrorists or criminals.

@B4KXJPMVeteran from Massachusetts answered…2 days

No we should base this on an individual person rather than a collective religious group.

@B4KQS3MRepublican from Massachusetts answered…3 days

All immigrants from countries involved in wars or terrorist groups can not enter this country under all circumstances

@B4HDZBNRepublican from Ohio answered…1wk

Ban people who pose a risk to are country or to are military

@B4BSDDBVeteran from Minnesota answered…3wks

No, but we should screen immigrants to ensure their ideals align with those on which our country was founded.

@B4BK99KTranshumanistfrom Washington  answered…4wks

No, but strictly monitor for potential dangerous immigrants

@Brad-SternRepublican from Maryland answered…1mo

Ban any immigration of persons who cannot be adequately vetted.

@B3W5MKHDemocrat from Texas answered…2mos

@B3W5L25Constitution from Georgia answered…2mos

I think we should keep them here if they might be in danger, but out of the public until they have been screened for potential terrorist connections.

@B3QZRWVAmerican Solidarity from Ohio answered…2mos

No, but we should heavily limit our intake of Muslim immigrants until a better solution is found

@B3HQ8WBMiscellaneous Rightfrom California  answered…2mos

@B36FWD5Veteran from Illinois answered…3mos

@B34G9T3Working Familyfrom Maine  answered…3mos

All immigration should be restricted until the government improves it’s screening process

@B325D3GIndependent from North Carolina answered…3mos

No, If we are doing that, we need to do all immigrants through that process. There have been plenty of terrorists from different religions.

@B2WVFZVTranshumanist from Mississippi answered…3mos

No, but give extensive background checks and continuous monitoring to ensure they have no terrorist connections

@9ZY5BJ2Constitution from Florida answered…5mos

No, permit Muslims into the country if they haven’t committed crimes.

@nicolevortizPeace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…2yrs

@9KVNSZYWorking Family from California answered…2yrs

no, banning immigrants based on religion is unconstitutional. We should however screen people we allow to immigrate more closely. Regardless of country of origin, race, creed, color, religion, or sex.

@9KVJ7JHVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No ban based on religion, but all immigrants thoroughly vetted

@9JFHCJPTranshumanist from Texas answered…2yrs

@9HRTGQ4Republican from Nevada answered…2yrs

No, but we need to create a comprehensive database about all of the people who come in this country.

@9HPFGGGIndependent from Texas answered…2yrs

We shouldn't ban Muslim immigrants from entering, but we should make sure they aren't a threat to the country.

@9HNWW53Left Frontfrom New York  answered…2yrs

No, discrimination based on religion violates the tenth article of the declaration of the rights of man and citizen

@9HMJM7RSocialist from Michigan answered…2yrs

They should definitely have to go through a strict & lengthy screening process before full admittance.

@9HLFZJMLibertarian from Texas answered…2yrs

All those wishing to immigrate to the US should be promptly vetted and permitted in

@dwb21317Veteran from Mississippi answered…2yrs

No, not because of any religious preference; but ban persons with a criminal record and apply stringent screening processes to any people coming from a country with ties to known terrorist or anarchic organizations. Keep them outside the US until the screening has completed. have the Federal Government increase their capability to do such screenings outside the US significantly.

@9H55JYRWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs

@9H4MB4WLibertarian from Arizona answered…2yrs

No, but the government should thoroughly vet all immigrants

@9H2QD66Veteran from Texas answered…2yrs

they should go through the process to become a legal citizen

@9H2JTNWDemocrat from California answered…2yrs

No because we should check their background and if its clear they should be able to go in and out.

@9GXQ97NPeace and Freedom from Hawaii answered…2yrs

They shouldn't be banned. There should be background checks though.

@9GWV3T9Working Family from Florida answered…2yrs

Banning immigrants based on religion is unconstitutional and immoral, but those from high risk countries must be cleared from terrorist affiliations first.

@9GQPJZZLibertarian from Texas answered…2yrs

No, but maybe limit the number coming in until a better system is in place for vetting.

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