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Pittsburgh: Jewish agency and Islamic Center working together to bring more Syrians to the city

We’ve told you previously that apparently the city of Pittsburgh has run out of American poor people and is looking to import more poverty from the Middle East, Africa and Asia so at least their poverty would be diverse. 335 more words

Refugee Resettlement Program

Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society hires grassroots organizer to get American Jews' minds right

Her job is to organize the American Jewish community to “welcome the stranger,” in this case Muslims from the Middle East and Africa (because they have run out of Jews and Christians to resettle). 385 more words

Refugee Resettlement Program

Please visit our new blog, On The Rescue Front

The newest processing project at the American Jewish Historical Society is the HIAS Collection Project. Over the next three years, we will be blogging at ontherescuefront.wordpress.com – please join us there for information on the history and personalities connected with HIAS, a refugee rescue and resettlement organization still engaged in vitally important work. 26 more words

German Jewish group says migration of Muslims into Germany must be "limited"

Invasion of Europe news…..

So, I guess we are seeing the limits of some Jewish leaders in Europe as an Austrian Jewish group has also called for a halt to the Muslim migration which shows no sign of slowing down. 307 more words

Muslim Refugees

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No funding yet for resettlement increase from 70,000 to 85,000 in FY2016

For some reason that I cannot figure out, the Office of Refugee Admissions in the US Department of State is trying to sell an expanded refugee resettlement program to a reluctant Congress as “an extremely expensive endeavor.” So said Kelly Gauger, deputy director for refugee admissions at the State Department’s Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration. 648 more words