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Importing our own demise?

Reader comment on item: [Hesham Hedayet and] Border Agencies in Denial

Submitted by A.M.B. (United States), Jan 29, 2003 at 19:24

We currently have over one million H1B visas (many are from predominantly muslim countries) working in this country; and the number continues to grow every year. How many may possibly be linked to terrorist groups or are sympathetic to them and could be financing some of their activities with the wages they earn here in America?
This possibily, and the fact that many of them have displaced American workers is really a poor economic (this is another issue) and security policy our government created.

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