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A latest report released by the U.S., which bolsters the Trump administration’s argument for tougher immigration standards revealed that most U.S. terrorists are foreign-born. The report was released by the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security and found that the majority of convictions for international terrorism brought by U.S. courts since 2001 have been against people born outside of the U.S. According to the report, out of 549 convictions for international terrorism-related charges since September 11, 2001, 254 were not U.S. citizens. Further, 148 of them received U.S. citizenship through naturalization and 147 were U.S. citizens by birth. However, the DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and several national security analysts a more nuanced picture. Nielsen testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday and said that the report included people arrested overseas and brought to the U.S. to face trial. According to estimates drawn up by a U.S. official, the number of those arrests at close to 90, which further skews the numbers toward foreign-born defendants. In a statement, Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at the Fordham University School of Law, explained that the long timeline of the report overshadows the evidence...Read more
By Sheetal Sukhija | Wednesday January 17, 2018
Intelligence report bolsters Trump’s tough immigration code