Should countries take in refugees from Syria?

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    Poll - Should countries take in refugees from Syria?

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        World leaders are still willing to accept refugees from Syria since the recent acts of terrorism. Do you agree with this or should we shut our borders to them?
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        an absolute YES.
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        To be honest, this topic is something me and my partner discuss every day and I am really scared. I've seen so many pictures and overall information that shows only bad things about them and their intentions, including the awful event in Paris and it makes me feel not safe.
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        Just because they live in a bad country does not mean that there not human life... I say take them in.. if we close the borders than we are giving them a death sentence and that is not right.
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        I am personally on the fence about this, on one hand i don't want any more Syrian refugees in my country. We place so much emphasis on protecting the innocent there, yet the people in our own country are in jeopardy and sometimes feel we have become to liberal as a society.

        Then i read stories of how Jewish refugees were not allowed in certain countries at the start of World War ll. Hindsight is 20/20 and looking back now how could we turn them away.

        I really feel split down the middle on this. It is a scary time for the world and some countries are more targets than others. Who would of ever imagined that with all the military,fighter pilots, training and weapons every country has prepared for war, we are up against a few suicide bombers at a time that are equipped only with a gun. And it is enough to forever reshape our world.
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        My answer is YES, definitely. Syrian refugees are victims and targets of terrorism as much as European or American citizens are.

        It's a rather vast topic but I can tell you this: Islamic State militants consider refugees as traitors and are determined to punish them.
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        No.they are too different and cant integrate
        They need receive help but not to come in my country
        It is strange they not even  like to come in my country because not have so many benefits here..they only want go in rich country

        Border guards Timişeni they took the two refugee brothers , a few meters from the border with Serbia . When immigrants have realized that they are in Romania , they began to cry.

        The men were taken by border guards and taken to hearings Timişeni writes opiniatimişoarei.ro . They cried and told the border guards that did not want to arrive in Romania , but got lost and believed to be in Hungary . Furthermore, they asked to be returned to Serbia .

        So is obviously they are not happy only with peace
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        cica001 wrote:

        When immigrants have realized that they are in Romania , they began to cry.


        Can't really blame them

        Now seriously, if you have a choice, would you go to live in Romania or Germany? You surely have a lot better prospects in Germany (lots of Romanians are there already, including quite a few of my friends).
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        My answer is:
        i still live n Romania

        and maybe my answer is weird but im not agree people go in other country and i also have part family in Spain,was better with they home
        I like see french in France.germans in Germany
        i.m only agree if they go study or go work with contract and the most i agree peoples go in other country in vacantions

        my opinion can be wrong i not say i have right,dont judge me to hard
        i,m afraid about your reactions
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        http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/nov/19/the-murderers-next-door-romania

        I live in this region.this article make me laugh because isnt true
        but is good at least noone will come here because negative publicity
        ,i think my region is most peacefull from my country
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        My answer is yes, we should help them as much as possible. We had/have many refugees in Belgrade and they are mostly stationed around our Central Train and Bus Stations. I see them lying around on the grass, in small tents in the parks, and I don't mind them. At first it was weird, but now not so much, but a permanent solution is necessary. 
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        what happened to the human compassion and solidarity ...
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        I have many to tell but from my experience many are not agree with me so probably i wrong ,so i wait to see what other say maybe they will help me to change my atitude to became a better person

        I know i always need add a bit  poison in my comments
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        2fast4u wrote:

        what happened to the human compassion and solidarity ...


        Good question but i think there is compassion and real emotion looking at both sides so it is easy to understand why there is split reactions. It is natural to feel compassion in general for mankind and raw emotion when it happens in your homeland.
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        I lived in Oslo, Norway for a couple of years.There is a district, Gronland with a lot of refugees.

        Read this article and You'll understand why my answer is the strongest NO:

        https://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2013/11/19/muslims-turn-norway-suburb-into-crimeden-police-we-have-lost-the-city/

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