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Female Afghan soldier asks for U.S. asylum: Should the United States grant her asylum?

  • Yes, the U.S. should grant this female Afghan soldier asylum.

    Yes, the U.S. should grant this female Afghan soldier asylum. The United States must once again be a country that opens its doors to the oppressed people of the world so they can enjoy new lives of freedom. The government would send a much-needed message to the world that we are still a beacon of freedom.

  • Yes, they should.

    The US should grant this Afghan soldier asylum because she fought for her freedom and now she is going to be hurt or killed if she stays where she is at. She does not intend to harm US citizens. SHe is just looking for asylum so that she can start a new life.

  • Yes, they should.

    I know thousands of westerners have been butchered by Islam and it's right we remember that, but we should also bear in mind the greatest victim of Islam, by far, is Muslim women. Even the worst of the Nazis didn't hate their own daughters, sisters, and mothers for the crime of nothing their gender. Any culture, religion, or ideology that happily circumcises it's women and butchers them if they show self-determination is not a culture, religion or ideology you can negotiate with.

  • No, the United States should not grant the female Afghan soldier asylum

    No, the United States should not grant the female Afghan soldier asylum. There are a number of other countries in which this soldier could seek asylum including Canada and countries in Europe which are safe for the former Afghan soldier. The United States should not have been the country to which this woman turned.


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