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U.S Senator Jeff Sessions Sessions,chairman of the Senate's Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest, said more than 570 people have either been convicted, charges or connected to terrorism since the 9/11 attacks on America.

Speaking with Fox News Sunday, Sen. Sessions warned of the possibility of more attacks like the one at Orlando's Pulse nightclub that left 50 dead and 53 injured.

"There's just within the wonderful group of Islamic people are certain group of radicals and it's been And it's not stopping," Sessions continued. "We see apparently today more of these attacks are coming, it's a real part of the threat that we face and if we can't address it openly and directly and say directly that there is an extremist element within Islam that's dangerous to the world and has to be confronted, we need to slow down and be careful about those we admit into the country."

"We know about two-thirds and we haven't completed it yet, but about two-thirds of those people that were charged were foreign born, almost all Islamic individuals. So it's a serious matter. I wish it weren't so. I wish there were some easy solution, but there's not. We have to be more vigilant," the Senator said. for a long time and it seems to be growing and we have to accept that fact," Sessions said.


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