Hell no. She is terrified of what ISIS has done in the name of her religion.
If you have further questions about the vetting process that is (was!) already in place before this blanket, black-and-white ban, please message me. I have a family member whose career is this very thing, and I can get you any answers you need. I promise only the truth.
She is from Syria. She is a single mother of two living children (she has lost three children to "tragedy", I did not ask follow up questions). She works full time, and just finished putting herself through University. She graduated this very month. She still has family stuck in Syria, and her eyes fill with tears when I ask her about them, and she is only able to reply "keep praying for them..."
And host us, she did...
She hosted the four of us, some of her extended family members (also from Syria), a friend from Ireland, a friend from Sudan, and a an Irish/Sudanese friend.
She is the teaching assistant in my kids' classroom, and at the beginning of the school year when my son was having a really hard time at drop off, N would come be ready to receive him each morning at the classroom door. She would lower her posture, leaning into him, right at his level. She would speak calmly and lovingly, and offer to sit with him in the reading corner and look at books -just the two of them- until he was ready to join the rest of the class. She tried something new each morning, until he was finally adjusted and walking into the classroom without tears on his own. One morning she took my phone number into her phone, and showed it to my trembling son. She explained to him that she would help him call me if he missed me too much.
We have to be better than that.