DETROIT (WNB) - Many of the nearly 10,000 Syrian refugees brought into the United States by the Obama administration are demanding to be sent back to war-torn Syria.
It seems that nobody in the U.S. told the immigrants that they would be resettled in Detroit. "If I have choice between bomb drop on my head or beat up, robbed, and shot living in this monkey dung heap, I take bomb drop any day," said newly arrived refugee, Hafeez Muhammad. Thousands of the refugees have reportedly besieged airports and bus terminals demanding to be sent home or humanely killed.
Administration officials defend using Detroit as a dumping ground relocation center, pointing out that there are plenty of vacant homes, the nation's most extensive welfare system, and of course the fact that literally no American wants to live there.