Obama Takes In 606% More Syrian Refugees Than Last Year, 98.8% Muslim

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The Obama administration’s refugee resettlement program took off in 2016 with 15,479 Syrian refugees having been admitted to the U.S, a 606% increase from the resettlement numbers of last year.

In his last month of the presidency alone, Obama admitted 1,307 more Syrian refugees to the states.

Overall, 98.8% of the refugees the president has welcomed into the country are Muslim.

CNS News Breaks it down:

  • 15,302 (98.8 percent) are Muslims – 15,134 Sunnis, 29 Shi’a, and 139 other Muslims
  • 125 (0.8 percent) are Christians – 32 Catholics, 32 Orthodox, five Protestants, four Jehovah’s Witnesses, and 52 refugees described only as “Christian” in State Department Refugee Processing Center data
  • 43(0.27 percent) are Yazidis
  • eight are “other” religion and one is described as having “no religion”
  • 3,904 (25.2 percent) are males between the ages of 14 and 50
  • 3,521 (22.7 percent) are females aged 14-50
  • 7,428 (47.9 percent) are children under 14, of whom 3,824 are boys and 3,604 are girls.

While there were 13,287 less refugees admitted in 2015, the religious ratio was similarly skewed: 2,149 Muslims (98 percent) and only 31 Christians (1.4 percent).

Sunni Muslims account for a majority of Syria’s population – an estimated 74 percent were present in the country when the deadly Syrian conflict began in 2011.

The Obama administration has acknowledged the violence being perpetrated against Christians, Yazidis and other religious minorities by the Islamic State…

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  • Jack

    FAKE Refugees!!!

  • desertspeaks

    When Assad finally wipes out ISIS/Al Qaeda/Al nusra/et al, then the Syrian refugees go home, right? nope! they stay on the taxpayer tit for life!

  • Deplorable Shazaam

    When the people of Germany get tired of their government excusing migrant crime, you can expect them to use hog farms as a convenient (and proper) place to dispose of the Muslim criminals.

    What better fate for a Muslim rapefugee than to be processed through the insides of a pig?