'Afghan Refugee Hunting Permits' found on campus

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) — it was a disturbing show astatine the University of Michigan successful Ann Arbor arsenic students came crossed respective Proud Boy stickers marked arsenic “Afghan Refugee Hunting Permits” and it each started popping up since the 20th day of the 9/11 attacks.

According to a elder astatine the University, Mohammed Darwish spotted respective of them astir the East Liberty country of the campus.

Mohammed says, "It was beauteous uncomfortable for america due to the fact that we are Lebanese Americans and Muslim Americans, truthful those 2 identities are the identities targeted by Proud Boys."

As per a connection posted connected Telegram by Proud Boys Michigan Chapter, they admit the stickers were placed by erstwhile members.

It reads:

They don’t look to recognize that the bulk of these refugees were warring connected our broadside and are fleeing the depredations of the Taliban. The radical besides recognizes that our authorities should bash its owed diligence successful vetting recently arrived refugees.

CAIR Michigan's unit Attorney, Amy Doukoure says the anti-immigrant feeling is being instigated by governmental pundits connected TV and their views connected Afghanistan arsenic these radical truly promote the hatred rhetoric.

Amy besides added further that arsenic disgusting arsenic the stickers mightiness be, they, unfortunately, possibly ineligible arsenic per the 1st Amendment, but since it was placed connected field the University of Michigan has the close to region them and marque definite specified hatred is not dispersed further.

Meanwhile, the Biden medication confirmed precocious that astir 37,000 Afghan evacuees volition resettle successful the US of which 1,300 refugees are coming to Michigan by the extremity of the month.

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