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Growing number of US states seek to block acceptance of Syrian refugees

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In an anti-humanitarian knee-jerk response Europe and the US are characterizing 'Syrian Refugees' as terrorists.  It is U.S. backed terrorism by pouring thousands of tons of weapons into Syria that has caused the 'flood' of refugees. 

The refugees would have preferred to stay home, but their homes have been destroyed and their lives threatened by U.S. created and backed ISIL and related groups.  

Not only is this blaming the victims, but blaming the victims of U.S. and its allies' inspired and funded terrorism.

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David William Pear is currently a columnist and Senior Contribution Editor of The Greanville Post. His articles and essays focus on U.S. foreign and military policy. He is an advocate for peace, ending wars of aggression, and promoting (more...)

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