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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, and ban all immigration until the government improves its screening process

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Immigrants should be allowed based on their beliving into western country ideals.

No, but we should limit immigration from “high risk” countries.

@986YYN9 answered…2mos

No, but we should limit immigration from ''high risk'' countries as much as possible.

No, but government should demand serious effort from immigrant's end to integrate into the gean society

No, but there should be heavier screening on immigrants from "high risk" countries

@977G79C answered…3mos

No, but we should limit immigration for some countries with radical ideologies.

@976WJ3T answered…3mos

@96WMBWX answered…3mos

@92JXK3J from New York answered…7mos

Yes. We must ensure that our screening process can improve to ensure that terrorism cannot enter the country before reaccepting Muslim immigrants.

@93MK5NX answered…7mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

No, banning immigrants based on their religion is unconstitutional, but we should do background checks on immigrants from “high risk” countries, just in case

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Yes, there should be a limit while we help out our poor citizens first.

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Yes, we need to be helping our poor citizens before letting in more immigrants.

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Yes, there should be a limit. We need to be helping our poor first.

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Yes, there should be a limit. We need to be helping the poor first.

@92ZYZRW from Missouri answered…9mos

Yes we should ban it until we have more ability to guarantee who they are and if they have no proof of identity they should not be allowed in the country.

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

All non-Christian, homosexual and transgender immigrants should be banned from entering the country indefinitely.

@92YHQCV from California answered…9mos

No, banning immigrants based on their religion is unconstitutional. However, immigrants from “high risk” countries should be allowed entry too, but only after extensive background checks and continuous monitoring to ensure they have no terrorist connections.

@92GWJXX from Georgia answered…10mos

@7MKJ4WC from Nebraska answered…10mos

Maybe, if the geopolitical climate is increasingly terroristic and unstable-e.g., Trump's reasoning for the temporary shutdown in December.

@92B3M2K from Massachusetts answered…10mos

No, because Muslims are peaceful and people wrongfully accuse them to bring terrorists. Islam is a religion of peace.

@923Z93G from Pennsylvania answered…10mos

@8ZTM4PG from North Carolina answered…11mos

No, but if they are from high risk countries be sure to be more thorough in checking them.

@ThomasJ476 from Georgia answered…11mos

@8ZGYJSG from Florida answered…11mos

yes because we would be weeding out terrorist and no because it would be considered a race crime.

@ThomasJJ99 from Georgia answered…12mos

No, make safe zones in their countries so they don't destroy ours.

@TexasShawtie from Texas answered…1yr

No, anyone that truly want to be free should be able to apply to become a citizen. But a thorough vetting on any immigrant needs to be implemented.

@Thomasjj68 from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, make safe zones in their countries so they don't destroy ours.

@8YVHZD3 from South Carolina answered…1yr

@8S2LJ24 from California answered…1yr

No, banning anyone based on who they are, what they believe in, and what they have done in the past is against the teachings of Jesus Christ

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No, there should be a screening process for all immigrants, not just Muslims to decide if they are a threat to anyone, anything or national security. Bans should only arise if there is a potential threat from a individual.

@8Y2PZNR from Missouri answered…1yr

No, but take greater steps to screen them before they are able to enter further into the interior of the US

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No, they shouldn't be banned immediately based on their religion. There should be a screening process for all immigrants, not just Muslims to decide if they are a threat to anyone, anything or national security. Bans should only arise if there is a potential threat from a individual.

@thomasjj0 from Georgia answered…1yr

We need to be helping the poor in our country before letting in so much people.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, they shouldn't be banned immediately based on their religion, and there should be a screening process for all immigrants, not just Muslims to decide if they are a threat to anyone, anything or national security. Bans should only arise if there is a potential threat from a individual.

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, they shouldn't be banned immediately based on their religion, but there should be a screening process for all immigrants, not just Muslims to decide if they are a threat to anyone, anything or national security. Bans should only arise if there is a potential threat from a individual.

@8XQCYHB from Nevada answered…1yr

It's wrong to ban immigrants based on their religion, but immigrants from "high risk" countries should be banned.

@8XQ8B5G from South Carolina answered…1yr

No, but we should keep them under high watch and criminal activities and relations to terrorist

 Deleted answered…1yr

No, but there should be a screening process for all immigrants, not just Muslims to decide if they are a threat to anyone, anything or national security. Bans should only arise if there is a potential threat from a individual.

@8WVSFDZ from New Jersey answered…1yr

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