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Countries accepting syrian refugees

Syrian Refugees: The not so fun Facts Infographic. The Syrian War now enters its 4th year. Millions of Syrians have been displaced, ½ of whom are children left without proper schooling. If the situation does not improve dramatically, Syria risks ending up with a generation disengaged from education & learning. | infographic | Dubai

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In 1938, 69% of U.S. college students said we shouldn't offer a haven in this country for Jewish refugees from Europe. Six mill Jews later died. Remember this when politicians say "we shouldn't accept any Syrian refugees."

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The anti-refugee sentiment is so common, redundant and cyclical that this image? Is from nine years ago. The xenophobic exclusion argument never goes away.

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Easy in theory, but stand before the reality and do it? That would take stone, cold ice in your veins.

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Look At These Photos Before Saying We Can't Accept Syrian Refugees

MAJDAL ANJAR, LEBANON - NOVEMBER 12: A displaced Syrian child is viewed in a makeshift camp for Syrian refugees only miles from the border with Syria in the Bekaa Valley on November 12, 2013 in Majdal Anjar, Lebanon. As the war in neighboring Syria drags on for a third year, Lebanon, a country of only 4 million people, is now home to the largest number of Syrian refugees who have fled the conflict. The situation is beginning to put huge social and political strains on Lebanon as there is…

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11/20/15 Five of the wealthiest muslim nations Refuse To Take A SINGLE Refugee, This is WHY.- arguing that doing so would open them up to the risk of terrorism. Lebanon, which has 1.1 million Syrian refugees, shut her borders to the Syrians in June of last year. …

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Perhaps I'm ill-informed, but why do I get the feeling that Muslim countries aren't accepting Syrian refugees? - Quora