“Suppose these two social and humanitarian disasters were conjoined to produce something positive,” David Laitin says.
A complaint says Al-Hamzah Mohammad Jawad told FBI agents he was connected with violent extremists in Iraq but later admitted he made it up.
A local college is willing to use school resources to help child immigrants from Central America.
“Why are they thinking of housing them there? … I appreciate the plight of the Central Americans, but we are a nation of laws and we have to try to obey those laws otherwise we degenerate into chaos,” one man in the area told WWJ’s Mike Campbell for an on-air report.
Metro Detroit is already dealing with hundreds of refugees from the Middle East, and that number is expected to grow with the civil war in Syria.