Obama Rejects Blocking Muslim Refugees and Defends ISIS Strategy

Obama Rejects Blocking Muslim Refugees and Defends ISIS Strategy

Obama Rejects Blocking Muslim Refugees and Defends ISIS Strategy

Barack Obama said the Paris attacks had stiffened the world’s resolve to stand against the Islamic State. (Agence France-Presse Photo)

Obama Rejects Blocking Muslim Refugees and Defends ISIS Strategy, Obama Defends His Strategy on ISIS, ANTALYA, Turkey: President Barack Obama declared on Monday that his secret design for overcoming the Mohamed following State is working despite last week’s in an unpleasing, shocking way attacks in Paris, forcefully putting back (not desired) calls for increasing the use of military force in the Middle East or turning away Syrian persons getting away from danger (of war) at house. At a sometimes tense news meeting at the end of an international top meeting here, Obama said he would make become stronger marked airstrikes and help to nearby get onto land forces in Syria and Iraq, but it will take time to person without normal use of body the unlawful activity group. He sent away persons judging who faulted his move near, making a statement against them of attempting to profit politically from the event.

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“we have the right secret design, and we are going to see it through,” Obama told reporters before heading to the Philippines and Malaysia for top meetings there. He said he made system design to make become stronger his current move near but not deeply change it. “what I do not do is take actions either because it is going to work politically or it is going to somehow, in the outline, make America look hard to get teeth through or make me look hard to get teeth through.”

“The people who are fleeing Syria are the most harmed by terrorism; they are the most vulnerable as a consequence of civil war and strife,” Obama said. He added: “We do not close our hearts to these victims of such violence and somehow start equating the issue of refugees with the issue of terrorism.”

Without naming him, Obama singled out a comment by former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, one of the Republicans seeking to succeed him, for suggesting the United States focus special attention on Christian refugees. “That’s shameful,” Obama said. “That’s not American. It’s not who we are. We don’t have religious tests to our compassion.”

Obama sounded weary and defensive as he repeatedly rejected criticism of his yearlong strategy in Syria and Iraq to combat the Islamic State, also called ISIS, ISIL or Daesh. Wrapping up a whirlwind 48 hours of diplomacy in this Turkish resort community on the Mediterranean Sea, the president seemed frustrated by being second-guessed.

Pressed several times to explain his resistance to a broader war against the Islamic State, Obama twice chided reporters for asking the same question in slightly different ways.

Each time, he appeared to take pains to navigate a narrow path – expressing his personal outrage at the “terrible and sickening” Paris attacks by calling the Islamic State “the face of evil,” while at the same time standing firm on a strategy that he acknowledged will take time to produce the results sought by the public.

Obama’s aides have been making that case on his behalf since the attacks on Friday. But Monday’s exchange with reporters was the first time the president directly confronted the criticism that his policies failed to stop the carnage in the city and it seemed to weigh on him.…..More

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