WND: More news on Syrian refugees headed to the US; and where are the Christians?

Leo Hohmann writing at World Net Daily today reports on the locations where Syrian (mostly Muslim) refugees will be resettling in America.  Some of his news might not be new to regular readers of RRW (he quotes us), but he includes a long section on the plight of the Syrian Christians which I did not know much about.

Here is his introduction to the report entitled, Secret planting of up to 75,000 Syrian Muslims begins in U.S.:

“Up to 10,000 Syrian refugees, most of them Muslims, will be resettled in cities throughout the U.S. in 2015, with that figure expected to surge to near 75,000 over the next five years.

While some of the planned destinations for these refugees are starting to leak out, the big question is: where will they be going?

The U.S. State Department does not announce where it plans to send foreign refugees for resettlement within the United States, although the locations do eventually show up in a government database some weeks after they arrive in their host cities. Word of their anticipated arrivals will sometimes surface earlier in local media reports.

And that’s already happening in North Dakota, Kentucky, North Carolina, Ohio and Washington.”

I urge you to read it all.  WND is one of the only national news outlets that tells the public who the federal resettlement contractors are that operate in 180 cities across America.  See our archive, here, of other reports from WND.

See also our December 30, 2014 post about Syrian Christians in Turkey.

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