Muslim terrorists? Probably not. Who has most to lose in San Bernardino? Those who oppose the flood of Muslim refugees into San Bernardino & Redlands. Two or three shooters took matters into their own hands and shot up Inland Regional Center killing 14 and wounding 17. Two suspects killed one male and one female. One of the male suspects got into an argument with the county officials over the resettlement of Syrian Refugees into the area and left the meeting in anger and then told the other two suspects (man and woman) who were waiting outside with weapons - all three suspects then returned to the facility and fired into the crowd.

San Bernardino shoot-out after 14 die in government holiday party gun massacre: One suspect killed, one cornered and another on the run - all on live TV

Two suspects are dead after a dramatic police shootout on a residential street in San Bernardino this evening as police closed in on the masked gunmen suspected of killing 14 and injuring another 17 at a conference center today.  At a press conference this evening, San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan revealed one of the suspects was male and the other was female. Their relationship is not known. The gunman was reportedly a guest at a holiday party at Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, who got into an argument and left - before returning heavily armed with at least one accomplice and opening fire.  A police source said the gunman had been a guest at the party for employees from the San Bernardino County Heath Department, but it is not known if he was kicked out or left of his own accord, TMZ reports.  A law enforcement official has said that a workplace dispute is being probed as a possible motive for the mass shooting - the deadliest since the Sandy Hook elementary shooting in 2012. Burguan said they were dressed in 'assault-style' clothing and carrying assault rifles and handguns. He said a third person was seeing running from the scene, who has now been detained. He added that it is not known if the person is connected to the shooting.  He said the shootout occurred after police followed leads to an apartment in Redlands, California, and a vehicle was seen leaving the property. Police stopped the SUV they were riding in, which led to a pursuit and shootout. A police officer, who was the first to engage with the suspects, was hurt in the gun battle and is in hospital with injuries that are not life-threatening.  Armed police and armored vehicles were captured on live television surrounding a black SUV on San Bernardino Avenue - a mile and a half from the Inland Regional Center where the mass shooting occurred this morning.  A source told CNN that the suspects threw pipe bombs out of the windows of the vehicle before the shootout with police. The vehicle was captured on broadcast helicopters with its windows apparently completely shot out and a smashed windscreen. Police have urged residents in the area south of San Bernardino Avenue and west of Mountain View to shelter in place with their doors and windows locked and secure.  DAILY MAIL READ MORE>>>> 

Critics: Keep Syrian, African refugees out of Redlands 
REDLANDS >> Some members of Redlands Townhall and the Redlands Tea Party Patriots have called on city officials to keep Syrian and African refugees from resettling here. 
They asked City Council members Tuesday what their plan will be if the city is asked to resettle some of the 85,000 refugees expected to come to the United States in 2016. 
“We are researching the issue and preparing to provide information to the City Council in the near future,” said city spokesman Carl Baker in an email. 
As many as 9 million people have been displaced as a result of the civil war in Syria. More than 4 million people have fled the country, according to the United Nations. 
Secretary of State John Kerry said last month that the United States will accept 85,000 refugees, up from 70,000, from around the world in 2016 and that the number would rise to 100,000 in 2017. 
Many of the refugees would be Syrian and others would be from strife-torn areas of Africa. 
“Where will they be housed? How will their expenses be paid and by whom? And what will be done to ensure the safety of our community? Our biggest concern is the safety of our family, our children and our grandchildren,” Victoria Hargrave of Redlands Townhall said the council on Tuesday. 
“The Obama administration would like to bring in 85,000 Syrian refugees into our country in the calendar year that just started on Oct. 1 and they have admitted that they have no database or source of information with which to vet these refugees,” she said. “There are primarily Sunni Muslims. Al-Qaida are Sunni Muslims whose culture and ideology are completely contrary to our Constitution.” 
Intelligence officials and Republican lawmakers have expressed concerns that Islamic State militants could seek to slip into Europe or the U.S. posing as migrants. 
Syrian migrants to the U.S. would be referred by the U.N. refugee agency, screened by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and resettled around the country. 
Myhanh Luu, refugee resettlement service director for Catholic Charities San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, which has assisted refugees from all over the world, said they have not yet heard about the Syrian and African refugees needing resettlement in the Inland Empire. 
“We are a refugee resettlement agency, so we always resettle refugees when they come to the Inland Empire,” Luu said. “We’re always here and always ready for refugees to come in, but we have not heard anything about that group yet.” 
Mayor Paul Foster said he directed City Manager N. Enrique Martinez to look into the issue. But, he said, it is not the city’s business to tell a parish not to sponsor refugees. 
“They certainly would have the right, as they did years ago when we had Laotian and Vietnamese refugees and Cambodian refugees,” Foster said. “Groups all over the country brought refugees in, primarily through faith-based organizations and churches themselves and sponsored them and helped them reestablish their lives in our country. 
“I certainly don’t see that as being something local municipal governments should be out there opposing or fighting in any way or telling them what they should be doing.”

Redlands Tea Party

Islamic community responds to concerns over Syrian refugees in Redlands 
REDLANDS >> Southern California Islamic leaders have responded to comments made by members of the Redlands Townhall and Redlands Tea Party Patriots about the possibility of Muslim Syrian and African refugees resettling in town. 
Members of both groups last week asked the City Council members their plan if asked to resettle refugees. They said they were concerned that Muslims who have beliefs contrary to the United States Constitution and ties to terrorist groups could be living in Redlands. 
There is no formal proposal to resettle refugees in Redlands. 
Mohammad M. Hossain, founder of the Islamic Center of Redlands, said the refugees are homeless and have nothing, so everybody has a duty to help them — that they would be grateful and not commit violence. 
The Islamic Community Center of Redlands in Loma Linda is inviting the public to an Open Mosque Day on Sunday in the wake of the comments made during the Oct. 6 City Council meeting. 
The center in Loma Linda declined an interview but sent comments by emailed statement. 
“Our faith details how to live justly and in a peaceful manner with others, and is in line with the Constitution of the United States,” the statement said. “The terrorist group al-Qaida does not represent Islam. We invite our community members to explore Islam and meet Muslims for themselves on our Open Mosque Day, which will be held this Sunday, Oct. 18 at 24769 Redlands Blvd. in Loma Linda. We look forward to sharing our faith with you.” 
Victoria Hargrave of Redlands Townhall said on Wednesday that our nation is based on Judeo-Christian beliefs, and we value freedom of speech, freedom of religion and property rights as protected by the Constitution. She said Muslims reject these values and are coming to America to impose Sharia law. 
“This paranoia and phobia is rooted in a combination of ignorance and bigotry,” said Hussam Ayloush, executive director of the Los Angeles chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations and chairman of the Syrian American Council in a telephone interview Wednesday about the Redlands tea party concerns. 
Hossain said it is the responsibility of the community, churches and organizations to educate the refugees on American laws and culture. 
The Obama administration said it intends to accept about 10,000 Syrian refugees and increase the overall number of refugees allowed into the country from around the world to 85,000 in the next 12 months. That total would increase to 100,000 by 2017. The U.S. now accepts up to 70,000 refugees per year. 
As many as 9 million people have been displaced as a result of the civil war in Syria. More than 4 million people have fled the country, according to the United Nations. 
The migrants would be referred by the United Nations, screened by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and resettled around America. 
Some lawmakers and officials are calling on the Obama administration to take in more refugees and speed up the resettlement process. 
Intelligence officials and Republican lawmakers have expressed concerns that Islamic State militants could seek to slip into Europe or the U.S. posing as migrants. 
Hargrave said the Obama administration has no way of properly vetting or conducting background checks of refugees. 
“Even if a few of them were affiliated with ISIS or al-Qaida that is a huge problem,” she said. 
Ayloush said for the most part the refugees are fleeing the terrorism of ISIS and that the United States’ vetting process is one of the strictest in the world. 
“What happened to our moral responsibility as human beings?” he said. “These are people who have lost everything and their home country. They’re not leaving because they’re seeking jobs or food. They’re seeking security. As a country, as Americans, we are after all a nation built for the most part by refugees and immigrants, so if anything we should have some empathy toward people who are fleeing what is described as the worst humanitarian crisis of our modern time.” 
Ayloush said he has been overwhelmed by requests from families who want to host refugees in their homes. 
“I am shocked, pleasantly shocked, by the degree of goodwill that exists among so many Americans, who literally offer their home to welcome refugees,” he said. 
After the meeting on Tuesday, Mayor Paul Foster asked city staff to look into the issue so the council would be made better aware. 
City staff is researching the issue and preparing to provide information to the City Council, Carl Baker, city spokesman, confirmed in an email last week.


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