Mehr Geld und ein wenig Streit: EU rauft sich in Flüchtlingsfrage zusammen
12 Responses To Your Crazy Uncle's Thanksgiving Questions About Refugees
"All the refugees that we're talking about are from Syria and probably terrorists, so shouldn't they be banned?"
In America's Little Syria, a divide on accepting refugees
As debate intensifies over U.S. plan to accept more refugees from Syria, a similar argument's taking place in Pennsylvania
Gupta: At refugee camp near Syria, nothing makes sense - CNN.com
Gupta: At refugee camp, nothing makes sense CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports from a refugee settlement in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon, which borders Syria. It's estimated that nearly 1.5 million Syrians have fled to Lebanon to escape the ongoing violent conflicts.
Syria refugees: Bishops urge David Cameron to do more
The article isn't particularly interesting or well written, as is to be expected from the BBC. The comments however should be studied carefully and viewed as an exercise in tolerance for all sides of an argument
Photos of drowned Syrian boy spark debate on social media ethics
News media debate whether to show photo of dead refugee child #ethics
I have found it terribly hard these last few weeks to watch the news, read the paper, or scroll through Facebook without seeing images of the devastation that Syria is being subjected to. We are then confronted with ‘those’ images of little Aylan and his brother, washed up on a beach, their bodies bloated and pale. The arguments in the media followed, should those images be shown? Where should they all go? Migrants vs. Refugees… and the list goes on, when will this stop?
Drowned toddler Aylan Kurdi laid to rest in Syrian city he fled - CNN.com
Drowned toddler Aylan Kurdi laid to rest in Syrian city he fled. People would love to have your bad days.
Is Jesus telling America to open its borders? To read the secular and religious Left — and to hear President Obama speak — you’d think that American Christians who argue against welcoming Syrian migrants to our shores are hateful, bigoted hypocrites ignoring clear scriptural imperatives of openness and compassion. In reality, however, Christians who urge that we care for Syrian refugees abroad rather than here at home are responding wisely to national leaders who’ve failed in their own…
A federal court will hear arguments today on President Trump’s attempt to ban refugees and immigrants from six majority-Muslim nations. All 15 judges on the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals are slated to hear the case. In March, federal Judge Derrick Watson in Hawaii ordered a nationwide halt to Trump’s second attempt at a travel ban, ruling it likely violated the Constitution’s Establishment Clause by discriminating against Muslims.