Syria refugee issue, what is your position?
On one hand they are not from our country, so it is not our responsibility to take them. On other hand, if we don't take them, they are screw, but on another hand, our economy isn't doing to well either, but then again, why are they just running, instead of fighting for their country, since they have the chance right now? What is your position on this matter?
The world should help Syria find the solutions to the security problems they are facing.Syria is becoming a hotbed of terror.Terrorism is a global issue
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