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New Migrant Surge – Biden’s Plans Move Forward

According to reports, President Joe Biden is thinking of accepting Palestinian refugees into the country in an attempt to appease anti-Semites in his own party who are upset over his administration’s backing of Israel in its conflict with Hamas.

According to CBS News, a number of government agencies have considered several approaches to “resettle Palestinians from Gaza” within the United States.

The report stated that one of those plans would welcome Palestinians with U.S. ties who have managed to flee Gaza and enter neighboring Egypt through the decades-old United States Refugee Admissions Program, while another would get “additional Palestinians out of Gaza and process them as refugees if they have American relatives.”

Even though Egypt built a substantial wall to keep Palestinians out of the country and refused to accept them, the administration would still have to rely on Egypt’s assistance with the plan.

The article states that those who fulfill the requirements will enter the nation with refugee status, granting them access to “permanent residence, resettlement perks, including housing help, and a road to American citizenship.”

According to surveys conducted after the terrorist incident on October 7, the majority of Palestinians despise the United States and support terrorist acts.

According to the Arab World for Research and Development survey’s results,

  • 98% of respondents state that after the terrorist attacks, their “sense of pride as a Palestinian” has grown, with 94.3% indicating that this feeling has grown “to a significant extent.”
  • Seventy-five percent of Palestinians explicitly stated that they approved of the horrific terrorist assaults on Israel on October 7, which included the beheading or burning alive of newborns, the murder of whole families, the severe rape of women and young girls, the beheading of soldiers, and other atrocities. Reportedly, 59.3% of respondents “strongly supported” the assaults.
  • Only 22.3% of respondents had a bad opinion of the terrorist group Hamas, compared to 76% who had a positive opinion of it.
  • 97.3% had a very bad opinion of Israel.
  • 976.6% had an extremely bad opinion of the United States.
  • 84.2% of people had a favorable opinion of the terrorist group Islamic Jihad.
Author: Blake Ambrose

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