72 convicted of terrorism from 'Trump 7' mostly Muslim countries
Since 9/11, 72 individuals from the seven mostly Muslim countries covered by President Trump's "extreme vetting" executive order have been convicted of terrorism, a finding that clashes sharply with claims from an appeals court that there is "no evidence" those countries have produced a terrorist.
According to a report out Saturday, at least 17 claimed to be refugees from those nations, three came in as "students," and 25 eventually became U.S. citizens.
The Center for Immigration Studies calculated the numbers of convicted terrorists from the Trump Seven:...
See, [URL=https://www.cato.org/blog/guide-trumps-executive-order-limit-migration-national-security-reasons]]]http://tinyurl.com/j2jbbdc (Guide to Trump‚Äôs Executive Order to Limit Migration for ‚ÄúNational Security‚ÄĚ Reasons)[/URL]
Alex Nowrasteh wrote: I compiled a list of foreign-born people who committed or were convicted of attempting to commit a terrorist attack on U.S. soil from 1975 through 2015. Below is a table with the distribution of their countries of origin (Figure 1). The first seven countries are those to be initially and, hopefully, temporarily denied visas. During the time period analyzed here, 17 foreign-born folks from those nations were convicted of carrying out or attempting to carry out a terrorist attack on U.S. soil and they killed zero people. Zero Libyans or Syrians intended to carry out an attack on U.S. soil during this time.
See the complete table at the above URL, for the CATO Institute.
It shows that extreme vetting needs to be done for all Islamic countries, and perhaps some Roman Catholic ones as well!
Daniel Pipes made an excellent case for extreme vetting, , [URL=http://tinyurl.com/zgb3uho]]]http://tinyurl.com/zgb3uho (Smoking Out Islamists via Extreme Vetting)[/URL].
The Center's director of policy studies, Jessica M. Vaughan, based her blockbuster report on a 2016 report from the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, then chaired by new Attorney General Jeff Sessions, that report found that 380 out of 580 people convicted in terror cases since 9/11 were foreign-born.
She received further information on many in the report to conclude that 72 of those convicted of terrorism come from the seven nations target by Trump "These immigrant terrorists lived in at least 16 different states, with the largest number from the terror-associated countries living in New York (10), Minnesota (8), California (8), and Michigan (6). Ironically, Minnesota was one of the states suing to block Trump's order to pause entries from the terror-associated countries, claiming it harmed the state. At least two of the terrorists were living in Washington, which joined with Minnesota in the lawsuit to block the order"
Thirty-three of the 72 individuals from the 7 terror-associated countries were convicted of very serious terror-related crimes
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