The Trouble Coming Our Way ISIS—a term that most people are now familiar with. This terrorist group has killed innocent people from various countries to achieve total control over all Muslims worldwide. Along with the issue of how to stop ISIS, the huge debate currently in America is Obama pushing states to house Syrian Refugees. As of November 2015, over half of the United States governors say that they refuse to house any of these refugees, despite Obama saying that they have no choice. A strong majority of Americans say that we shouldn’t accept the refugees and with good reason. According to The Gateway Pundit, 13% of Syrian refugees do not want ISIS to be defeated. If those refugees were to come to America, what would stop them from attacking innocent U.S. citizens just like the innocent citizens in Paris? Although most of the refugees are against ISIS, how is anyone able to tell who is for and who is against? The American government needs to focus on finding a way to better protect the United States, other than possibly bringing the danger to our homeland. How many more of our own innocents have to die before we stop fighting each other and start fighting against the true terror?
Stormy DeHart is a resident of Moscow, Texas and a student at Angelina College.
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