The following article verifies that Georgia is taking on far more refugees than the Georgia Refugee Resettlement office is willing to admit.
"Keplar thinks the restriction (the State Department's limited refugee placement in the city) did not lessen the influx of refugees; instead, it might have contributed to secondary migration of refugees who arrived in the city without the support system of a resettlement agency."
Refugees are also coming to Georgia via secondary migration as explained in this article.
The Fugees Academy has proposed a "first school for refugee children". If built, the secondary migration will accelerate rapidly in Georgia because the school building will be the only such facility in the entire country. The money being raised to build the large facility on 19 acres in Clarkston, can easily be used for other purposes not detailed in their fund raising effort. There is no justification for a school. These children already attend our public schools and are afforded the same quality education as American children.
If the Fugees school is built it will become a Muslim cultural and political magnet. It will be a hostile environment dedicated to furthering the Muslim agenda. The children will be isolated in a Muslim culture and only assimilate among themselves.
Furthermore, charities and charitable donors should note that Georgia's resources cannot sustain this program and that our emphasis should be on other charitable issues.