Two al-Qaeda terrorists who killed U.S. soldiers allowed to enter country through refugee program

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According to a report released Wednesday by the House Homeland Security committee, two al-Qaeda terrorists who have killed U.S. soldiers were allowed to enter the United States, the Washington Free Beacon said.

The two individuals, identified as Waad Ramadan Alwan and Mohanad Shareef Hammadi, were settled in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  According to the Free Beacon, they killed American soldiers, “whom they bragged about having ‘for lunch and dinner.’”

Moreover, in 2010, they were caught handling weapons, including a machine gun and a missile launcher, that they planned to smuggle to insurgents in Iraq, the report said

The Free Beacon added:

The committee’s report found that the administration’s refugee resettlement program proposal will have “a limited impact on alleviating the overall crisis but could have serious ramifications for U.S. homeland security.”

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