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Muslims will win accommodation everywhere thanks to this precedent setting agreement announced today

Posted by acorcoran on September 10, 2008
A federally mediated agreement in Minnesota, announced today on the eve of 9/11,  will change the workplace environment in favor of Muslim religious accommodation across this land.
The agreement follows a year-long examination by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and a class-action lawsuit brought in October 2006 on behalf of nine Somali immigrants who worked at Gold’n Plump’s poultry processing plants in Cold Spring, Minn., and Arcadia, Wis.
An EEOC attorney said both sides have reached a settlement in principle.
The settlement will include an undisclosed sum of money for some employees; and some workers may receive new offers of employment at Gold’n Plump.
There are more than 25,000 who refuse to assimilate, thanks to the US State Department:
The settlement could have profound implications for the estimated 25,000 people of Somali descent in Minnesota, who began arriving in the Twin Cities in the late 1970s.

The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate Release
April 04, 2012

Statement by the Press Secretary on

theAttack on the National Theater in

Mogadishu, Somalia

The United States strongly condemns the outrageous attack today in Mogadishu that resulted in a tragic loss of life.  We offer our condolences to the Somali people, particularly those who lost family and loved ones.  Somalia, with the support of African Union peacekeepers, has made great strides in the past months to improve security and rebuild Mogadishu after two decades of civil strife.  Al-Shabaab’s attack on the newly reopened National Theater is another sign that it is standing in the way of Somalia’s path to peace and stability, and demonstrates why it is being rejected by the Somali people.  We remain committed to the people of Somalia and assisting them in countering al-Shabaab’s violence and in returning peace to their country.

How did we get so many Somali refugees—the numbers are telling

The Refugee Act of 1980presumably required the Office of Refugee Resettlement to begin reporting to Congress annually.  The first table I looked at lumped all numbers from 1983-1993.  In those 10 years, 4413 Somalis were admitted as refugees.
Then here we go:
1983-93:   4413
1994:  3508
1995:  2524
1996:  6440
1997:  4948
1998:  2952
1999:  4321
2000:  6002
2001:  4940
2002:   242    (Guesses why this is so low?  9/11 freaked everyone out!)
2003:  1708
O.K. so in 2003 we had admitted a total of 42.017 Somalis to the US.  In those 20 years each Somali family was having on average 6 children.
Continuing (are you sitting down?):
2004:  12,814
2005:  10,101
2006:  10,220 10,330
2007:  6958
2008:  2,523
2009:  4,189  (on the rise again even though family reunification is suspended still!)
2010:  4,884
We have reported to you before that the number is so low (relatively low!) for 2008 because DNA testing in Africa showed that the refugee program was corrupt through and through and those thousands coming in as ”family” were lying.

Refugee Resettlement

A System Badly in Need of Review

Loss of U.S. Control. Policy about who is admitted as a refugee to the United States has been surrendered to the U.N. and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that stand to benefit from the program. In recent years, up to 95 percent of the refugees coming to the United States were referred by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) or were putative relatives of U.N.-selected refugees.
Given the impact that refugee resettlement has on all other forms of immigration — both legal and illegal — the U.N. can be thought of as setting U.S. immigration policy for future generations of Americans.
Security Matters. Meaningful background checks are difficult to obtain for refugees admitted from countries without reliable government records. Common criminals, war criminals, international fugitives, and terrorists have all used the USRAP and its related asylum provisions for entry into the United States. Bribery of U.N. officials is commonly reported among those attempting to secure refugee admission to the United States.
Uncontrolled Growth. After a brief post 9-11 slowdown, the program is now, once again, admitting more refugees than envisioned in the 1980 Refugee Act. At 80,000 refugee admissions planned for 2011, the United States will admit nearly three times the number of refugees as the rest of the developed world combined.
U.S. Taxpayers Without Borders. The U.S. welfare system is a global magnet, which has been instrumentalized by the international refugee industry. The use of welfare, subsidized housing, Medicaid, and other programs is staggering. Including the cost of ongoing welfare — which is permanent for many refugees — easily raises the cost of the domestic resettlement program to 10 times the official estimates of $1.1 billion annually.

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