Research Paper On Syrian Refugees

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A safe home is everyone’s desire, but not in store for everyone. Syrian refugees have emerged as one of the global problems today. The plan to give homes to ten thousand refugees by U.S. President, Obama is now a big question. The recent attack in Paris has further complicated this plan. Moreover, this attack also signals threats to America. But, when it comes to the humanity, the U.S. has always been there to help people. And, this time too, the U.S should not back down to placate the burning issue of the Syrian refugees as their condition is worsening, waiting in the border line hoping for glimpses of help. So, the U.S. should accept the refugees because they are not actually terrorists. Their admission into the U.S. can enrich the financial and economic status of the country. Additionally, ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) can ultimately be weakened. …show more content…
Everyone is in fear that the same kind of attack can happen in the U.S. as one Syrian passport was found near the body of a dead suicide bomber in the attack in Paris. This has led to uncertainty over Obama’s plan as nearly 31 states are protesting against accepting refugees. However, it has not yet been proven whether a Syrian refugee was involved in the attack or not. Despite the attack, the president of France is still going forward with his plans to provide shelter to 30,000 refugees. Hence, the U.S. should not be afraid that all the refugees are terrorists. The U.S. had already accepted 745,000 refugees after September 2001 attack. To date, none of them are involved in major terrorism act. It proves that refugees are not actual terrorists. In fact, those refugees are contributing towards the development of this

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