Adema, 40, on Mars, said he had tried to persuade church ministries to take care of immigrants over the past year, simply saying, “This is not our focus.”
“In Afghanistan, something has changed completely,” Adema said.
In countries polarized by problems from abortion to the coronavirus pandemic, Afghan refugees are many Americans, especially those who worked in the U.S. military and NGOs, or the U.S. efforts to free Afghanistan from the Taliban. Has opened up a special place for those who helped.
This moment has been divided over the past four years as to whether a country led by a president who has restricted immigration and enacted a ban on travel from some majority Islamic countries welcomes or avoids those seeking safe haven. In contrast to. And the durability of current welcome mats remains unclear, as many voters are still deeply divided regarding immigration.
Opinion polls show that Republicans are still hesitant to accept Afghanistan over Democrats, and some conservative politicians have re-rised so many risks that allow militants to bypass the screening process. I warn you that you are in a hurry to settle. Influential commentators like Fox News host Tucker Carlson said refugees would dilute American culture and harm the Republicans. Last week he warned that the Biden administration was “flooding the Swing district with refugees they knew would be loyal Democratic voters.”
However, many veterans and lawmakers have long regarded Afghanistan, which supported the United States, as a military partner, removing the bureaucratic formalism that keeps them in a country under constant threat from the Taliban. I’ve been promoting that for a long time. Thousands of Americans have images of deadly terrorist attacks on babies being lifted by American soldiers over barbed wire fences, people clinging to departing planes, and thousands of people gathered at the airport. Invited people to participate in their efforts.
Mike Sullivan, director of the Welcome to America Project in Phoenix, said: “This country probably hasn’t seen anything like this since Vietnam.”
Federal officials said this week that at least 50,000 Afghans who supported the U.S. government or could be targeted by the Taliban are expected to enter the U.S. next month, but their arrival is complete. The number and time frame are the remaining work in progress. About half were still being processed at military bases, according to internal government documents, but more than 31,000 Afghans have already arrived.