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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, and ban all immigration until the government improves its screening process

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@5CNYTV9from Pennsylvania  answered…2yrs

@5CMPKVXIndependencefrom Washington  answered…2yrs

Fact is, all terrorist attacks thus far have been from Muslims - not Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Taoists, Seventh Day Adventists, atheists, Satanists, etc. So, let's call a spade a spade and understand that radical jihadist Islamist Muslims have targeted everything and everyone not in accordance with it's stance on well, everything. Is it okay to be leery of such folk? I say, YES.

@8RB569Pfrom Ontario  commented…2yrs

@4XW9CJVfrom Idaho  answered…2yrs

Most of the "terrorism" is engineered by the CIA, Mossad, MI6 etc. The Muslims are fall guys.

@546BWHRfrom North Carolina  answered…2yrs

We put Japanese and Germans in camps while at war. Are we not at war on terrorists?

@597G7JPfrom Ohio  answered…2yrs

no let only the real Muslims not the fake "Muslims" who are terrorists.

@5CWPNK3from Texas  answered…2yrs

From what I understand, every incoming immigrant who comes legally goes through 40 hours of interrogation and 3 background checks. How much more do we need?

@5496787from Rhode Island  answered…2yrs

Let them enter the country but keep them contained. After all, they are asking for help. We can help and need not feel guilty if we restrict their movement and don't exactly provide 4 star hotel. I can see us being accused of something awful just because we need to maintain national security. That's not fair but it would happen, I'm sure. Do it anyway. It's the only human thing we can do and survive.

@5498JBFfrom Michigan  answered…2yrs

No, banning immigrants based on their religion is unconstitutional, but strict background checks should be enacted

@5CXH2XNfrom New York  answered…2yrs

I'm torn on this one... It's crazy to actually consider banning a whole religion and it feels icky as well.... But the status quo needs to change as well... But I'm gonna say no... No ban but single men traveling back and forth should be watched more closely

@5CXGNWHfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

There are millions of Christians who need help. Bring them in first. As a woman I am apposed to inviting cultures that think women are not equal to me. We fought too hard for our rights and those of our daughter. May sound harsh but it is creating enormous anger amounts everyday people you are not meeting. This is a very explosive issue

@546LXDPfrom California  answered…2yrs

Religion should not be a factor of terrorism, however there needs to be a stricter screening process.

@98ZHV3J from California answered…6hrs

@98ZCD57 from Georgia answered…9hrs

Any illegal immigrants should be banned, all legal immigrants should have to go the normal regulations to enter the country.

@98ZBMLZ from Connecticut answered…9hrs

@98YZY52 from Texas answered…1 day

Not ban, but they should check, not just Muslims but to everyone.

@98YZ2B6 from Idaho answered…1 day

No, assuming someone is a terrorist based of where they are from is racist and a stereo type.

@AWeiseyyy24Republican from Minnesota answered…1 day

No. Deciding what to do with an immigrant should be a case by case basis.

@98XSMX9 from Tennessee answered…3 days

I think that any immigrant needs to have a background check on them before entering the country so we don't let in terrorists, drug dealers, rapists, etc.

@98WQC9P from California answered…6 days

@98VW99Z from Utah answered…1wk

@98VPCQXRepublican from Ohio answered…1wk

No, but there should be extra screening for anyone coming from high-risk countries.

@98TR3Q7 from North Carolina answered…1wk

make the immigration process, harder on immigrants but offer them job opportunities, and check on them.

@98TDF2YConstitution from Alabama answered…1wk

Only after a background, mentality, and physiological screening should they be allowed or disallowed.

@98T68B2 from Connecticut answered…1wk

yes, but not just muslim immigrants all immigrants should be checked for a possible threat before aloud into the country

@98T2XD4from Guam  answered…2wks

Yes but only from certain Muslim countries. Saudi Arabia springs to mind

@98SYQN9 from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

The government should check to make sure that all people entering the US are not a threat.

@98SDH5WPeace and Freedom from Oregon answered…2wks

like any immigrant they should be allowed with proper regulations

@98S9NVS from Michigan answered…2wks

No, but they need background checks to ensure they aren't "high risk."

@98S6HYFIndependent from Georgia answered…2wks

All immigrants should be prohibited until they have gone through a screening process. They can be detained during.

@88ZXZZJ from GU answered…2wks

No, we should only ban government officials from "high risk" countries, and immigration officials should not be allowed to discriminate visa attainment based on religion.

@98S29JH from California answered…2wks

All immigrants should be screened or have a background check done, but we shouldn't discriminate by race.

@98RVK7H from Utah answered…2wks

We should vet all individuals that want to come to the united states from every country, but we should also look at high risk countries with special scrutiny.

@98RKQXFRepublican from North Carolina answered…2wks

It is not constitutional to ban Muslims outright, fearing some may be terrorists; however, we do need to fix the immigration issue (Mexico, mainly).

@98R3Y9QPeace and Freedom from California answered…2wks

@98R3LXP from South Dakota answered…2wks

@98QYZJD from Ohio answered…2wks

No, banning immigrants based on their religion is unconstitutional however there should be a screening of views on terrorism for all people coming in and even for residents. Some people are crazy no matter where they are from.

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…2wks

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