If you think these are refugees – see our post on the 20,000 Muslim “refugees” to Canada. Westfield will soon be the West Bank. via: Syrian Refugee Resettlement focus of March 6 forum at First Congregational Church of Westfield | NJ.com
First Congregational Church of Westfield, 125 Elmer St., in Westfield, will host a special “Souper Sunday” forum on the Syrian refugee crisis and resettlement effort on Sunday, March 6, at 11:30 a.m., in the lower level of the McCorison Education Building, at the right of the church complex. A soup and salad luncheon will be served and the event is free and open to the public.
The featured speaker will be Mahmoud Mahmoud, director of Church World Service (CWS) in Jersey City, one of nine private aid organizations working with the United Nations and the U.S. State department to assist in international refugee resettlement.
Also known as hijrah, immigration jihad or Islamization.
Since April 2015, CWS has helped 150 refugees from Columbia, Cuba, Ethiopia, Pakistan and Syria start new lives in the New York metropolitan area.
As Church World Service prepares for a new wave of Syrian refugees, Mahmoud will discuss the many ways that volunteers can assist in the resettlement effort, from coordinating food, clothing and furniture donation drives to providing literacy training and mentorship.
Founded in 1946, Church World Service is an ecumenical humanitarian aid organization providing international relief and recovery efforts. The United Church of Christ, of which First Congregational is a member, has been a partner since 1957. For additional information on Church World Service, visit www.cwsglobal.org.
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If you live in North Jersey, especially in the area of Jersey City where Americans witnessed the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center across the harbor and where Donald Trump reported Muslims celebrating that day, you might want to attend this educational gathering being promoted by Church World Service, one of nine major federal resettlement contractors.