Michelle Malkin: 60 Reasons Trump Is Right to Reduce Refugees

Michelle Malkin penned a story for Breitbart News in which she defended President Trump’s efforts to reduce both legal and illegal immigration and her reasons why she says this is necessary. She also lists the name of 60 refugees who have committed terror-related crimes. She explains that groups like International Rescue Committee (IRC) and their CEO David Miliband rake in millions by resettling refugees into this country. Miliband is paid a million dollars a year, and IRC has raked in 90 million dollars from the federal government over the past ten years. Less refugees means less money for them.

Malkin’s list of 60 refugees who have been arrested for terror offenses:

  1. Nuradin Abdi
  2. Dritan Duka
  3. Shain Duka
  4. Eljvir Duka
  5. Mohanad Shareef Hammad
  6. Waad Ramadan Alwan
  7. Abdow Munye Abdow
  8. Farah Mohamed Beledi
  9. Cabdulaahi Ahmed Faarax
  10. Shirwa Ahmed
  11. Mahamud Said Omar
  12. Abdiweli Yassin Isse
  13. Kamal Hassan
  14. Salah Osman Ahmed
  15. Adarus Abdulle Ali
  16. Ahmed Ali Omar
  17. Khalid Mohamud Abshir
  18. Zakaria Maruf
  19. Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan
  20. Mustafa Ali Salat
  21. Tamerlan Tsarnaev
  22. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev
  23. Issa Doreh
  24. Basaaly Saeed Moalin
  25. Mohamed Mohamed Mohamud
  26. Ahmed Nasiri Taalil Mohamud
  27. Ramiz Hodzic
  28. Sedina Hodzic
  29. Mediha Medy Salkicevic
  30. Armin Harcevic
  31. Jasminka Ramic
  32. Nihad Rosic
  33. Abdullah Ramo Pazara
  34. Fazliddin Kurbanov
  35. Liban Haji Mohamed
  36. Mohamed Abdullahi Hassan
  37. Abdinassir Mohamud Ibrahim
  38. Mohamud Ali Yusuf
  39. Nima Yusuf
  40. Zacharia Yusuf Abdurahman
  41. Adnan Farah
  42. Hanad Mustafe Musse
  43. Guled Ali Omar
  44. Abdirahman Yasin Daud
  45. Mohamed Abdihamid Farah
  46. Abdirizak Warsame
  47. Hamza Ahmed
  48. Abdullahi Yusuf
  49. Ahmed Ali Omar
  50. Amina Farah Ali
  51. Hawo Mohamed Hassan
  52. Abdul Razak Ali Artan
  53. Dahir Ahmed Adan
  54. Omar Abdulsattar Ameen
  55. Omar Faraj Saeed Al Hardan
  56. Aws Mohammed Younis Al-Jayab
  57. Abdullatif Ali Aldosary
  58. Bilal Abood
  59. Jamshid Muhtorov
  60. Mahad Abdiaziz Adbiraham

More than half of these foreign menaces came from Somalia. The 60 refujihadis include a Muslim translator for the U.S. Army, cab drivers, gangsters, money transfer agents, janitors, and college students. They include convicted weapons felons, confessed aiders and abettors of terrorism, stabbing spree vigilantes, and bombers all sworn to wage war against infidels in the name of Allah – and fraudulently posing undercover as victims of political and religious persecution. Here’s just a small taste of what our blind “welcoming” culture has wrought:

  • Abdul Razak Ali Artan was a Somali refugee who left his homeland with his family in 2007 for Pakistan and landed in Dallas before resettling in Ohio. In 2014, he became a legal permanent resident. At Ohio State University, where he was a student, Artan raged against America and invoked radical Muslim cleric and spiritual adviser to jihadists Anwar al-Awlaki. In 2016, he plowed his car into a group of students and then broke out a knife and stabbed innocent bystanders. Eleven were injured before police shot Artan dead.
  • Somali refugee Dahir Ahmed Adan went on a stabbing spree at a St. Cloud, Minnesota, mall in 2016, injuring ten people before an off-duty police officer shot him dead. Police told local media Adan quizzed at least one person on whether the individual was Muslim and made references to Allah while carrying out the stabbings. A local chapter leader of the unindicted terror co-conspirators of CAIR-Hamas disseminated an obligatory condemnation of Adan’s jihad before wailing about “the potential backlash to this community.”
  • Mahad Abdiaziz Adbiraham pleaded guilty to stabbing two people at the Mall of America in Minnesota in January 2018. Initially, the crime was reported as an “interrupted theft” in which two men had spotted Adbiraham attempting to steal merchandise at a Macy’s. But Adbiraham made his intent clear in the courtroom when he entered his plea. His attack was a “call for jihad by the Chief of Believer, Abu-bakr Al-baghdadi, may Allah protect him, and by the Mujahiden of the Islamic State,” he wrote in a statement. “I understand that the two men I stabbed know and have explained the reason for my attack, and I am here reaffirming that it was indeed an act of Jihad in the way of Allah.” Motive: known. Adbiraham entered the U.S. with “derivative status,” meaning he came here with a relative legally (most likely a refugee or green card recipient).
  • Mohanad Shareef Hammadi was an Iraqi refugee who landed in Las Vegas before resettling in Bowling Green, Kentucky, in 2009. He was not being hunted or oppressed by anyone. He was, in fact, a bomb-maker insurgent for Al Qaeda in Iraq who had targeted American soldiers on the battlefield and sought to amass high-powered weapons and ship them from his adopted home back to the front lines to assist his terrorist brethren. In 2013, he was sentenced to life in prison for providing material support to terrorists and “conspiring to transfer, possess, and export Stinger missiles,” not to mention making a false statement in an immigration application.
  • In 2015, a ring of Bosnian Muslim refugees and naturalized Bosnian-American citizens were indicted on criminal charges for sending money and supplies to terrorists in Syria and Iraq. Ramiz and Sedina Hodzicrefugees who had resettled in St. Louis, were charged in a criminal conspiracy involving fellow Bosnian immigrants Mediha Medy Salkicevic, Armin Harcevic, Jasminka Ramic, and Nihad Rosic. They raised money and purchased U.S. military uniforms, combat boots, tactical gear, and rifle scopes, which they sent to Abdullah Ramo Pazara–a Bosnian Muslim refugee who had lived in St. Louis and became a U.S. citizen just days before traveling to Syria in 2013 to fight for Al Qaeda and the Islamic State. Pazara rose up the ranks of ISIS; he was reportedly killed on the Turkey-Syria border. Ramiz Hodzic, Harcevic, Salkicevic, and Ramic pleaded guilty to their charges in 2019. In May 2019, Sedina Hodzic pleaded guilty to providing material support to terrorism and is awaiting sentencing.