As I've mentioned before:~
The reality of both the Jordanian refugee camps and those in the West is that non-Muslims are victimised, raped, attacked and murdered. Such treatment in the Jordanian camps is why so few Yazidis or Christians are able to even begin the refugee process. If they can't stay in the camps they can't even get processed by the UN to migrate.
So the most oppressed people in Syria are unable to leave while the most oppressive freely masquerade as victims and are welcomed into the West. The reality is that there is a lot more than just mere potential for terrorist infiltration. Even in the USA as many as 15% of refugees are jihadis.
What is this strange infatuation the Western governments seem to have with oppressors and murderers at the expense of genuine victims? Why is it considered somehow racist to address this?
From the Barnabas Fund:~
A freedom of information request has revealed that less than 2% of Syrian refugees resettled by the UK government were Christians. The figures show that between 7th September 2015 and 30th June this year the UK government resettled 2,592 Muslims, 51 Christians and 13 Yazidis under its “Vulnerable Persons Relocation Scheme”. This is despite increasingly widespread recognition that Christians and Yazidis face genocide at the hands of Islamic State and other jihadist groups.
The UK government has promised to resettle 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020, but at this rate less than 400 of those will be Syrian Christians. If they were resettled proportionately with Muslims the UK would admit 2,000, as they made up 10% of Syria’s pre-war population. Whilst the UK government points out that it outsources its selection of vulnerable refugees to the UN, its toleration of this level of discrimination against some of the most vulnerable people in the world is itself morally wrong. For it to tolerate this when Christians and Yazidis are actually facing genocide in Syria and Iraq is a national scandal of historic proportions.
Barnabas Fund has urged the UK government to accept more Christians and other vulnerable minorities from Syria, but our calls have been ignored.