The Obama administration announced on July 26 that it will expand in-country refugee processing for migrants who want to come to the United States from Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala and will also participate in transferring some refugees to a temporary transit shelter in Costa Rica for processing.

Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine, speaking during an interview with the Spanish language TV network Telemundo on July 25, stated: “Hillary is going to [push for immigration reform] in the first 100 days of her administration.”

Of 6,726 Syrian refugees coming to the United States since the beginning of fiscal year 2016, only 23 (0.3 percent) were Christians, while Syria is 10 percent Christian.

Department of Homeland Security information reveals that Hillary Clinton could permanently resettle to America over half a million Muslim migrants during her first term of presidency if elected.

 

The number of Syrian refugees being processed for entry into the United States has accelerated in recent months, increasing the likelihood that the Obama administration will meet its goal of processing 10,000 such refugees by the end of the fiscal year in September.

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