28 March, 2009

Why don't they just go back?

Syria: Iraqi refugees to move to Europe and US

Damascus, 26 March (AKI) - Around 12,000 Iraqi refugees living in Syria will be resettled in Europe and the United States, according to an official from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Germany, the US, Canada,The Netherlands and other countries, have agreed to host a number of Iraqi refugees in Syria, an unnamed source told Adnkronos International (AKI).

The resettlement of the refugees began in February and the UNHCR is continuing to evaluate tens of thousands of files to establish who has the necessary requirements to qualify for resettlement.

"Germany has agreed to take in 2,500 refugees, and the same with The Netherlands, while the United States 5,000 others," the official source told AKI.

"Some of the refugees will attend classes that will help them integrate to their new host country."
Take close notice of the word used at the top of the picture- SECURITY. Why did that Italian news site use such a word?

They understand why.

There should be no refugees sent anywhere but back to Iraq.


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