Posted to Religious Diversity News on February 9, 2017
OF THE 85,000 REFUGEES ENTERING THE US IN 2016, 61% WERE CHRISTIAN.
Thousands of refugees fleeing from African and Middle Eastern countries end up in the United States and Europe. The U.S. has seen refugee arrivals for a long time. The common factor tying all refugees across different time periods are people running away from conflicts in their home countries for the quest of a better life. Data extracted from the Refugee Processing Center managed by the U.S. State Department shows over 3 million refugees have stepped foot on American soil since 1975.
Source: No, Most Refugees Entering the U.S. Are Not Muslims, They’re Christians – World Religion News