Syrian Community Leader In NYC Says ISIS Already At Work In America
Aarafat “Ralph” Succar, a 54 year old Syrian immigrant and member of the Bay Ridge Community Council has a harsh warning about the migrants coming into America from Syria and elsewhere: Some of them are terrorists and already at work.
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Ralph came to the U.S. when he was 10 and serves a community in New York that represents one of the largest Syrian populations in the city. He said corruption is so bad in his city, that getting legit passports and papers to come into another country or qualify as a refugee is as easy as paying money.
“You can go to the Syrian government today and say to them, ‘I need a piece of paper that says I’m Tony Caterpillar.’ And they give it to you… These are not forged documents. These are written out by a government employee who needs money, whose family has no food.”
While city officials say only a total of 4 Syrian refugees have settled in the city due to the recent crisis, Ralph says not so fast.
“I believe the terrorists from Syria have been coming into the United States, not only in the past few years, but way before that…I think they’re already at work.”
From The New York Post:
A leader of New York City’s Syrian community told The Post on Wednesday that ISIS terrorists have “absolutely” sneaked into America by posing as civil-war refugees — and joined sleeper cells just waiting to be activated.
“I believe the terrorists from Syria have been coming into the United States, not only in the past few years, but way before that,” said Aarafat “Ralph” Succar of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, home of the city’s largest enclave of Syrian immigrants. “I think they’re already at work.”
Succar, a member of the Bay Ridge Community Council, said corruption in his homeland is so rampant that anyone could easily pay bribes and obtain official identification papers bearing a fake name to disguise their real identity.
Do you believe the current refugee crisis is the problem or are ISIS fighters already among us?