Sioux City Plans On Helping Syrian Refugees

Sioux City, IA- With the recent terror attacks in Paris, Syrian refugees coming to the United States have been an issue.

According to KTIV, 31 governors across the country have expressed their feelings toward bringing the refugees into the states.

“We don’t want to make the mistake the Europeans did of bringing a bunch of refugees with embedded Islamic militants among them that are going to do damage in our country,” said Iowa Governor Terry Branstad.

Mary J. Treglia Community House, in Sioux City, helps immigrants that come from other nations to adapt to the communities around the Siouxland area. They are willing to help any Syrian refugee that comes for assistance.