30,000 Syrian Muslims Refugees to Be Re-Settled in the United States (Video)

A Syrian Kurdish refugee plays on a pile of dirt in the Dumiz refugee camp in northern Iraq. (photo credit: AP/Karin Laub)

It looks like Obama's "fundamental transformation" of America is just getting warmed up. 
If Obama and the U.N. get their way, and they usually do, we can expect (for starters), 30,000 Muslims to legally enter the United States this year. 
And wouldn't that be a boost in the arm for the stealth jihad already happening inside of the United States? 

The Wall Street Journal has reported:

"U.S. plans to resettle thousands of Syrians displaced by their country's civil war could hinge on those refugees receiving exemptions from laws aimed at preventing terrorists from entering the country.
A U.S. official stated publicly for the first time this week that some of the 30,000 especially vulnerable Syrians the United Nations hopes to resettle by the end of 2014 will be referred to the U.S. for resettlement."

Is this the beginning of what some have predicted  will be millions of Muslim refugees coming to America before the end of Obama's second term? 

From Debbie Schulussel

Remember when Barack Obama told a French TV Channel that the U.S. is a “Muslim nation”? Well, he’s working hard to improve the demography to make it so. The Obama Administration is seeking to bring 30,000 “vulnerable” Syrian refugees to the United States by the end of 2014 and will waive counterterrorism laws and allow those Syrians who aided and abetted Islamic terrorists, including Al-Qaeda, into the country. And these “vulnerable” Hezbollah- and Al-Qaeda-supporting Syrians will be permanently resettled here, as in green card, citizenship, billions in entitlements, and the whole tisa[Arabic for "nine"] yards.

According to Wikipedia there are currently about two million Syrian refugees who have fled because of the ongoing war in Syria and are spread throughout Jordan, Lebanon, Turkey and Iraq. 
refugee camp near the Syrian border in Jordan. 

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