Petition Tag - syrian

1. Petition to Recall Governor Walker

It is our hope that Governor Walker would be willing to discuss the introduction of foreign refugees with the following:
State Representative
Local Officials
Alaska based military
Alaska law enforcement
General public.

We would like Governor Walker to hear our concerns in a public forum. We would like to hear from Governor Walker about:
The Vetting process.
Financial ramifications of government assistance and relocation expenses for refugees.

If Governor Walker is unwilling to discuss this issue with his fellow Alaskans, then we will regretfully proceed with the Petition of Recall.

This is a Recall Petition for Governor Bill Walker.
Sec. 15.45.510. Grounds for recall are as follows:
Negligence of duties

2. No Refugees in Rhode Island reports that Rhode Island has the highest per capita population of people of Syrian ancestry of any U.S. state, with 183 people of Syrian ancestry per 100,000 people.

Our president, inspite of the horrific tragedy in Paris this past week, wants to except more syrian refugees into this country that the FBI and Homeland security say they cannot properly vett.

Posted Sept 14, 2015 by Associated Press - Governor Raimondo says she's willing to help if the federal government asks Rhode Island to host refugees from Europe, the Middle East and the war in Syria. 

If you do not want ANY syrian refugees allowed into the State of Rhode Island please sign this petition and then forward to everyone you know. We need 100,000 signatures for our voices to be heard! PLEASE SIGN AND FORWARD!

Thank you
Jeanne DiPrete

3. Stop the immigration of refugees to Canada

As our own economy continues to decline, jobs are lost by the thousands, we Canadians need to look after our own.

We need to stop this government spending of thousands per refugee per month...

We need to spend our tax money on our veterans, homeless, health care, and education systems first.

Although we as Canadians naturally feel for the people of Syria, as well as other refugees around the world, how can we look after them without first ensuring our own citizens are looked after?

4. Stop Claremont becoming the next SYDNEY SIEGE!

CLAREMONT Mayor Jock Barker says his council is ready to get to work so the Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) can house Syrian refugees at the Claremont Showground. Approximately over 1000 migrants will be moved to Claremont Showgrounds as a "temporary" housing facility. Mr Barnett said WA had the experience to set up “a large sort of camp environment” that could temporarily house refugees before their long-term accommodation throughout WA.

Do we really want thousands upon thousands of undocumented, unregistered potential terror threats living among us?

So close to our schools, family parks and facilities? What if ISIS makes good on their claim to insert Muslim brotherhood "warriors" among legitimate refugees and we just open up our neighbourhood to potential terror attacks.

What if by allowing Mr Barnett to place these people in one of the most affluent, central suburbs in this city we unwittingly allow another Sydney Siege to unfold, except this time it’s in Claremont Quarter and full of School Kids?

Why not do the sensible thing and utilize the millions of acres of land on the outskirts of Perth and set up a temporary housing and documenting facility there. Out of the city, away from the population, leaving no opportunity for any would-be terrorist to try anything. If housed outside of Perth they can be documented and registered as a refugee and given TEMPORARY housing in Australia until such a time as it is deemed safe for them to return home where they can then apply for a permanent Visa for Australia like everybody else wishing to immigrate here.

How about you consult its inhabitants next time before you just offer up their town on a platter.

5. Vote NO on Military Action in Syria

At the request of President Obama, the United States Congress is set to debate and vote on a bill authorizing the President to take military action in Syria.

While the horrors of this civil war are terrible, the United States has not been attacked and should not get involved. There are no "good guys" in this fight. On one side is Syrian President Assad, supported by Iran.

On the other side are the rebel forces, including factions of Al-Qaeda terrorists who seek the overthrow of the United States and other western governments.

We should not spend American dollars or risk American lives in this civil war.

6. Free Kurdish Syrian Student Activist Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed

Student activist, Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed, a member of Syria’s Kurdish minority, has not been seen since 3 March. There are fears he may have been arrested by the security forces. If so, with the security forces denying he is in their custody, he has been subjected to enforced disappearance. He is at risk of torture and other ill-treatment.

Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed is a student at the University of Aleppo. He was last seen when he left the apartment he shares with fellow students around on 3 March. A contact told Amnesty International that after he left the apartment, heavily armed but unidentified security officials raided it, taking Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed’s laptop. Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed was previously arrested and detained for about 10 days in relation to his involvement in student activism and focus on Kurdish rights. He recently changed apartments in fear of another arrest.

On 5 March, Military Security officials visited Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed’s family in Qamishli, north-eastern Syria. The men enquired about Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed’s activities, his age, and education. When the family asked about the whereabouts of their son, the men denied that he was in their custody and insisted that their enquiry was routine. His family has received no information concerning his fate or whereabouts since 3 March but believes the available information points to his having been arrested.

If, Jaqar Khoen Mullah Ahmed is now detained by security forces, the authorities should immediately inform his family of his whereabouts, permit him to make contact with them, and ensure that he has access to a lawyer and necessary medical care. He should be released unless he is charged with a recognizable criminal offence and tried in compliance with international fair trial standards. If he is held for his peaceful exercise of his right to freedom of expression and assembly then Amnesty International considers him a prisoner of conscience and would call for his immediate and unconditional release.

7. Support the Syrian people with emergency medicines

Every day hundreds of Syrian people die because of the Syrian regime.. and the ER doctors are doing their best in treating the patients.. but not enough surgical procedures or medicine like antibiotics and pain killers are available.

That's why we need this petition to call for donations for those heroes.