Nearly 20 percent of the 4,600 Syrian refugees already brought to the United States were settled in the New York-New Jersey area, site of weekend bombings that reportedly could be a dry run of future terror attacks. According to State Department figures covering 2011-May 2016, 805 Syrians were placed in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut.
And those numbers do not include most of the 10,000 new Syrian refugees brought to America this year under President Obama’s orders. The State Department earlier this year released the states where Syrians have been settled, with the top one being Michigan where there is a big Syrian community in Detroit. READ MORE