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Republicans want tougher response to ISIS 'war'
Tuesday, November 17, 2015 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives
challenged President Barack Obama on Tuesday to get tougher with Islamic
State militants and promised to develop legislation quickly to suspend
resettlement of Syrians in the United States.
"ISIS showed they are committing an act of war against the West," House
Speaker Paul Ryan told reporters after a closed-door meeting of House
Republican lawmakers, using a common acronym for the militant group.
Ryan said party leaders had assembled a task force to consider legislation "as
quickly as possible" that would suspend at least temporarily Obama's plan to
admit 10,000 Syrian refugees to the United States.
"This is a moment where it is better to be safe than sorry. So we think the
prudent, the responsible thing is to take a pause in this particular aspect of
this refugee program in order to verify that terrorists are not trying to
infiltrate the refugee population," Ryan said.
Several Republicans said they wanted a vote on such legislation as soon as
The attacks in Paris on Friday which killed 129 people have prompted calls
from many U.S. lawmakers, mostly Republicans, to bar all Syrians from
entering the country. Immigration, like the threat of terrorism, has been a hotbutton issue in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
In Paris, France's President Francois Hollande told a joint session of
parliament "France is at war" after the attacks.
Arguing that the attacks had proven they pose too much of a threat to the
United States, a few U.S. lawmakers want to include a provision to block them
in a spending bill that must pass by Dec. 11 to prevent a government
shutdown. Several state governors, most Republicans, also vowed on Monday to refuse
the resettlement of any Syrians in their states.
(Additional reporting by Susan Cornwell David Lawder, Lisa Lambert and
Susan Heavey; writing by Patricia Zengerle; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama and