ICNA CSJ Welcomes President Obama’s Decision to End NSEERS

ICNA Council for Social Justice (CSJ) welcomes President Barack Obama’s ending of the National Entry-Exit Registration System (NSEERS) program. This post 9/11 registry program required certain people from 25 countries to register with the federal government and check in for follow-ups. Ironically, all targeted countries with the exception of North Korea were Muslim majority countries. The program resulted in the deportation of about … Read more ICNA CSJ Welcomes President Obama’s Decision to End NSEERS

ICNA Protests Gov. Abbott’s decision to Stop Resettling Refugees in Texas

Governor Abbott recently announced that the state government is pulling out of the refugee resettlement program. Texas has the largest resettlement program in the country and has been successfully welcoming refugees for over 40 years. Despite the Governor’s decision, ICNA CSJ Dallas and Texans will continue to welcome and serve refugees. Local charitable organizations will step up and take on the role … Read more ICNA Protests Gov. Abbott’s decision to Stop Resettling Refugees in Texas

ICNA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Nice, France

Source: ICNA.ORG ICNA strongly condemns the terrorist attack in Nice, France. A terrorist drove a truck through crowds celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday night in the seaside city of Nice on the French Riviera, killing at least 84 people, including several children. French authorities confirmed 202 people were wounded, 25 of which are on life support, while 52 are in … Read more ICNA Condemns Terrorist Attack in Nice, France