World Economic Forum migration top dog: terrorism homegrown issue not linked to Muslim migrants

Third world migrants have greatly helped? economies in Europe, and can help prevent violent extremism, according to World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Agenda Council on Migration chairman Dr. Khalid Koser MBE.

Speaking with Refugees Deeply, the executive director of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund (GCERF) said extremism and terrorism are absolutely? a homegrown issue? that has nothing to do with immigration.

Koser claims that migration is not only beneficial to societies and economies but can also help prevent? violent extremism.

?If there is a link between violent extremism and migration, it is that violent extremism is driving people from their homes, not that people are coming to our shores to commit violent extremism.

?It?s so obvious that it shouldn?t need to be said, but it does need to be said,? added Koser, who edits the Journal of Refugee Studies, and holds fellowships and professorships at a number of institutions including the United Nations University Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT).

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