LIFA Appears In The Wall Street Journal

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LIFA Appears In The Wall Street Journal

Legal Immigrants For America (LIFA) Founder Pola Hansberger recently had a letter published in the Wall Street Journal.  In the letter, Pola describes how Christians are excluded from refugee camps.  The overwhelming number of refugees are Muslims, including many young, fighting-age men who should be involved in the battle to destroy ISIS.  Christians, meanwhile, are persecuted.  LIFA has continually warned about this grave situation and the peril it poses for the United States.  Pola’s article is printed below in its entirety.

Christians Are Excluded From the Refugee Camps

This is the reason that the majority of those we see in photos of the camps are young fighting-age men; if there are women they are wearing the hijab.

Dec. 25, 2015 12:34 p.m. ET

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The Dec. 18 Houses of Worship “Mideast Christians Deserve U.S. Refuge” by Abraham Cooper and Yitzchok Adlerstein points out a huge disparity between truth and fiction in the refugee crisis that is affecting America. While much is being said about the compassion that needs to be extended to the persecuted refugees, little is being said about who they actually are. The truth is that because of the way the selection process is handled the persecuted Christians are being excluded from the Middle East refugee camps that are the source of the candidates chosen for relocation. This is the reason that the majority of those we see in photos of the camps are young fighting-age men; if there are women they are wearing the hijab. These are not the persecuted Christians we are supposedly helping. Another example is a raft loaded with refugees that left Libya to enter Greece. When it arrived the 14 Christians who had been on board had all been thrown overboard and only Muslim passengers remained.

Amapola Hansberger

Winter Springs, Fla.

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