This video from the USA says about itself:
Over 20 Governors Reject Syrian Refugees Fleeing ISIS
16 November 2015
Here in the United States our reactions to terrorism are oftentimes unfortunate. Several states are closing themselves to Syrian refugees out of fear of ISIS. The sad thing is that ISIS is the very group the refugees are fleeing.
By Luke James in Britain:
PM brands Syrian exiles bunch of migrants
Thursday 28th January 2016
The Prime Minister was accused of “dehumanising” people caught up in a humanitarian crisis in order to score political points.
Campaigners and MPs said the fact that the comments came on Holocaust Memorial Day made them even more inappropriate.
A Labour source, who had accompanied Mr Corbyn on the visit to Calais, said the comments “demonstrate an attitude that is wholly unnacceptable towards a humanitarian crisis on our doorstep.”
“In that light and in that spirit, don’t you think that it was inappropriate for the Prime Minister to use language referring to the refugee crisis in Europe and talk about ‘a bunch of migrants’?”
But Refugee Council head of advocacy Dr Lisa Doyle said: “When we are facing the greatest refugee crisis of our time, it is disappointing the Prime Minister is using flippant remarks to score political points.
“The Prime Minister should be showing political leadership and work with other European countries to ensure that people can live in safety and dignity.”
UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s attack on refugees in Calais and Dunkirk, France as a “bunch of migrants” during Prime Minister’s Question Time in parliament Wednesday was deliberately inflammatory: here.