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Putting the horse in back of the cart

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Submitted by Max Cohen (United States), Jan 18, 2016 at 06:38

A requirement that the US is obligated to investigate Moslems in order to determine their eligibility for entrance to the US seems undoable. Rather let those Moslems (under today's stressful conditions) prove their legitimacy for entrance with documented proofs and testimonials from Moslem citizens of the US.

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Your idea assumes that no Muslim Americans are Islamists. Sadly, that's a quite wrong assumption.

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