By Alex Swoyer
According to the Refugee Processing Center, the State Department documents that the most common spoken language among refugees in America is Arabic.
Out of the 11,300 refugees admitted to the U.S. this fiscal year, 4,430 speak Arabic .
The Center for Immigration Studies noted the nation’s legal and illegal immigrant population hit a record 41.3 million in the summer of 2013 – up 1.4 million since July 2010.
The number of refugees and immigrants from the Middle East increased 13 percent between 2010 and 2013.
A recent Pew Research study revealed Muslims are expected to outnumber Christians by 2070.
Breitbart News has already reported that refugees from both Africa and the Middle East were users of the most cash assistance – noting that 91.4 percent of refugees from the Middle East were on food stamps, also known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).