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| Hello Jeff - These refugee groups are bringing these jihad boys
in by the droves. Why is Trump not shutting them down?
What happened to a visa moratorium on Muslims? What happened to all
of his PROMISES?
These disease-ridden, disease-carrying savages are coming in the front door and many or most have AIDS, TB and are infected with
many other diseases. They are future rapists and killers.
Why do these groups like 'Catholic Charities' say they are 'Syrian families'? They send in a few Syrian families for the cameras on the first dump. After the cameras are gone, in comes the African males of military age. Most are diseased.
I see now that the CDC plane N173PA has just made a flight. These planes are moving infected Muslim jihadi boys to a town near you or I.
Yeah, right…resettling FAMILIES FROM SYRIA. My foot.
We KNOW they are almost all single males of military age from Somalia and Africa and North Africa. They send in a couple of Syrian families first when they do the ole camera-op walk. They bring the first group out of the bus, train or plane…the news cameras take take their obligatory photos and videos and everyone thinks that they are all just nice wholesome families. My foot again.
Just look at Islamberg here in New York state and see what's there. ALL AFRICAN, mostly Somalian and Eritrean and Sudanese.
Mr Trump where are you on this? You are now President and these groups - like Church World Service - are still profiting…making big money...bringing in these jihadi boys. We voted for you to stop this. Close down those for-profit refugee mover agencies.
The Wall is not as important as stopping the front door refugee and jihadi entry into the US by these organizations. They must be shut down…NOW.
CHURCH WORLD SERVICE still bringing in savages through the US front door. Trump must stop CWS and other groups.
Refugee resettlement office to open in Hudson Valley
The office expects to begin resettling families from Syria in a 50-mile radius of Poughkeepsie starting in January
Published Oct 24, 2016 at 12:40 pm (Updated Oct 24, 2016)
The Greater Newburgh Interfaith Council is sponsoring an event Thursday, Nov. 17, at 11:30 a.m., at Saint George's Episcopal Church in Newburgh to inform area clergy on the services and needs of the new refugee resettlement office that will open in Poughkeepsie. The office expects to begin resettling families from Syria in a 50-mile radius of Poughkeepsie beginning in January.
NEWBURGH — The Greater Newburgh Interfaith Council is sponsoring an event Thursday, Nov. 17, at 11:30 a.m., at Saint George's Episcopal Church in Newburgh to inform area clergy on the services and needs of the new refugee resettlement office that will open in Poughkeepsie.
The office expects to begin resettling families from Syria in a 50-mile radius of Poughkeepsie beginning in January.
Continuing its work to address the demands of the largest displacement crisis in recorded history, Church World Service (CWS) — a global humanitarian organization and one of nine U.S. resettlement agencies — announced it will open a new refugee resettlement office in Poughkeepsie.
Already, CWS resettles refugees in three New York State locations: Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse.
The office is currently seeking a director and will also be seeking graduate school interns in social work or ministry to volunteer in the Poughkeepsie office. Interested parties may apply at www. Cwspoughkeepsie.org.
The speaker Nov. 17 at St. George’s will be Brianne Casey, community and ecumenical engagement coordinator, Immigration and Refugee Program, Church World Service.
St. George’s is located at 105 Grand St., Newburgh. The program will end at 1 p.m.
For further information, contact Greater Newburgh Interfaith Council President the Rev. Chris J. Antal at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Antal is minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Rock Tavern. Unitarians actively worked to resettle Jews escaping Nazi Germany during World War II and continue similar work today.
Earlier this year the UUCRT helped a refugee family from Afghanistan resettle in New York.
“We are eager to engage with a new community to support those most in need, and we very much look forward to working with all of you to welcome refugees ” said Sarah Krause, Senior Director for Programs at CWS’ Immigration and Refugee Program.
CWS Poughkeepsie will offer newly arrived refugees comprehensive case management and employment services aimed at building a foundation for long-term self-sufficiency and success in the United States.
Services will entail basic needs support, case management, cultural orientation, health access assistance, and job preparation and placement help.
For more information about these services, visit cwspoughkeepsie.org.
Staff from CWS’ New York headquarters will visit Poughkeepsie to meet with partner organizations and community members in the coming weeks, holding a public information session on Nov. 10 at Adriance Memorial Library from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
Nationwide, CWS’ 34 offices partner with local community organizations, volunteers, and congregations to help refugees resettle and become productive members of their new communities in the U.S. CWS directly administers nine local offices—now including Poughkeepsie—and contracts with an additional 25 affiliate offices.
Over the past 70 years, CWS has helped more than 850,000 refugees, Cuban and Haitian entrants, and other immigrants rebuild their lives in the United States. Whether by serving the most vulnerable where they are or by fostering welcoming communities and networks of vitality, CWS has been helping refugees resettle and rebuild ever since it has opened its doors in 1946.
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