The fiscal year has shown the highest number of Somali refugee intake in the history of the United States.

In the past two months alone, almost 3,000 refugees have been admitted into the United States.

Compared to 2005’s Fiscal Year intake, there has been more than a 30% increase of those seeking asylum.

The Daily Caller reports:

The FY2017 figures — taken from the State Department’s continually updating online database — mark a more than 30 percent jump from the previous, highest rate, recorded in FY2005 when 2,171 refugees entered the country across the same timeframe.

If the increase continues as a trend, then Americans can expect to see over 15,000 refugees cross the borders.

As of now, approximately 42 refugees are taken in daily under the Obama administration.

764 more Somali refugees have entered the United States since November 28, 2016 – the day of the Ohio State University attack, where a Somali refugee student went on a stabbing spree and brutally injured students before being killed himself by an OSU police officer.

Shockingly, this means that over 25% of refugee intake has occurred AFTER the terrorist attack by a Somali refugee, yet the Obama administration has not reformed any refugee control.

The Daily Caller reports:

In other words, roughly 25 percent of all Somali refugees entering the country in FY2017 did so in the 10 days after a Somali refugee went on an Islam-inspired stabbing spree at Ohio State University. (RELATED: Everything We Know About Abdul Razak Ali Artan)

Most of the refugees identify as Muslim.

The Daily Caller reports:

An overwhelming majority of the refugees said they were of the Muslim faith, with 2,840 self-identifying themselves as non-denominational followers and 117 as Sunni Muslims.

The refugees have dispersed across 39 states, with most clustering in more populated areas.

The Daily Caller reports:

So far in FY2017, Somali refugees have been settled in 39 states and Washington, DC, with Arizona (161), Kentucky (198), New York (313), Ohio (192), Texas (145) and Georgia (107) being the heaviest hit.

The United States Central Intelligence Agency has reported that terrorists typically try to sneak operatives with refugees seeking asylum in the West.

The Daily Caller reports:

United States intelligence agencies have maintained that terrorist groups will try to smuggle operatives into refugees seeking asylum in the West.

CIA Director James Brenna testified before Congress in June that the United States had not diminished ISIS’ “global reach,” and that the terrorist group “has a large cadre of Western fighters who could potentially serve as operatives for attacks” abroad.

If the influx of refugees continues, then the United States may find themselves facing much larger terrorist attacks than those at Ohio State University.

The violence enacted by resurgents calls for a halt in refugee-intake, as well as an overhaul in immigration control.

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