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Biden must remember the reason Jordan, Egypt, and the rest of the Middle East don’t accept Palestinian refugees

By Tiana Lowe Doescher - Washington Examiner

In the first half of this fiscal year alone, the United States has admitted 42,000 Chinese nationals, 14,000 Russian nationals, 8,000 Turkish nationals, and 43,000 Indian nationals who crossed our southern border. On top of the 1.7 million immigrants who have already made it to the country with (often bogus) asylum claims, the White House is reportedly considering “bringing certain Palestinians to the U.S. as refugees.”

“Top U.S. officials have also discussed getting additional Palestinians out of Gaza and processing them as refugees if they have American relatives, the documents show,” CBS News reports. “The plans would require coordination with Egypt, which has so far refused to welcome large numbers of people from Gaza. Those who pass a series of eligibility, medical and security screenings would qualify to fly to the U.S. with refugee status, which offers beneficiaries permanent residency, resettlement benefits like housing assistance and a path to American citizenship.”

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