I agree with Arkansas Republican Sens. Tom Cotton and John Boozman who are among many who are calling for a temporary moratorium on current practices.2 It seems that Christians are not going to the camps where the refugees are pulled from because, being in the minority, they are persecuted and they fear for their lives. The article goes on to explain that Christians are taking refuge in schools and churches; that rescue attempts should also focus on the places where the Christians have fled. This definitely makes sense.
In an upside down world things just do not make sense. In my opinion what does make sense is helping the oppressed. If there are Muslims that prove they are oppressed then help them; but do not do it at the lopsided expense of the Christians--Christians that are being crucified, beheaded, and tortured to death by a militant Islamic radical group that hates them. To me, it is the oppressed that deserve our help. This includes all the oppressed, especially the children.
I applaud the senators from Arkansas and any who agree that reform is needed.
Psalms 103:6 NKJV "The LORD executes righteousness And justice for all who are oppressed."
Pray for the persecuted Christians in the world! Pray for all of the children regardless of ethnicity or religion, they are all victims of horrific tragedy.
1) - So Far: Syrian Refugees in U.S. Include 2,098 Muslims, 53 Christians http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/syrian-christians-are-greatest-peril-least-likely-be-admitted Accessed 11/17/2015
2) - ibid