Gov. Greg Abbott has decided that Texas will no longer help those suffering in Syria who desperately need to be resettled as legal refugees. This decision comes in the wake of the Paris attacks where both residents of France and at least one Syrian illegally smuggled into France attacked and killed nearly 130 on Friday, November 13, 2015.

Gov. Abbott’s decision, though, compares illegal immigration to the effective and safe UN/US resettlement program, where each refugee is vetted by multiple U.S. government agencies and takes on average 18-24 months. This is hardly the same or even similar situation. The U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program has proven over decades to provide security for Americans while also rescuing refugees from imminent death and destruction.

In accepting Syrian refugees Texans can still be safe while playing a vital role in the protection of the sons and daughters, mothers and fathers who are suffering and desperately need our help.


how made Syrian Refugee??? please see this report



Issam Khoury

As a human rights activist, has been a writer and journalist reporting on developments in the Middle East for over 15 years, with particular emphasis on the human rights situation. He has close ties with NGO’s based in the Middle East, Europe, and North Africa and maintains contacts with the region‘s key political authority figures, and prominent journalists. In 2003, he founded a non-profit organization working on the ground in Syria. Its nearly 200 members provide news coverage of the Syrian Revolution. He has been a speaker at a number of international human rights conferences and over the past nine years has trained more than 400 journalists and citizen journalists. He is the author of two novels.

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