The United States should accept refugees who have background checks. It is a humanitarian duty for people, and the United States, to help other people that are in danger. Background checks would let the U.S know if the refugees are dangerous or not, so as long as they aren’t in any harm, the U.S should let them in. Also, there are some Americans that are doing their best and helping out refugees that are actually coming in, and that shows American values.
The welcoming of numerous Syrian refugees into America is contentious, likely to cause or is causing an argument. It 's no secret that our President, Barack Obama, made a promise, a year ago, to bring in at least 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next fiscal year. Those who are all for it believe showing our morals, using non-government help, bettering our economy, adding to our diversity, and strengthening our alliance is what will come out of allowing them through. The opposers feel that the likelyhood of them being terrorists is to great, they will be too expensive, have to use our taxpaying dollars, could over populate, and push us away from potential job oppurtunities, that is why they shouldn 't be allowed here. Are you for it, or are you against it?
In conclusion, I strongly agree and support the ideas of allowing more Syrian refugees to United States since it’s all global responsibility to give them equal opportunities to survive. These refugees suffered from the war and were also the victims of the Islam State and the terror group. We can’t judge someone by his or her religion beliefs or where they came from. Therefore, we should accept and welcome them!
Why should the United States not accept Syrian refugees? Not every Syrian is a terrorist, most of them really need help. Because of the civil war in Syria, a major genocide is happening. People are leaving their homes for a better life where they can be safe and economically stable. I think that the United States should accept Syrian refugees in because they have been dealing with inequality, they also have a good work ethic that at a lot of Americans do not have which can benefit the country, and the United States is a country where a lot of people migrate so why not let the Syrian refugees in since they need to.
The idea of Syrian refugees emerging over to the United States seems to have been the talk for the past few years here in the United States. Although, over the years the argument of whether Syrian refugees should be granted the opportunity to enter the United States or to not to be able to, has always been a tough compromise. For countless of years refugees have been fleeing their homeland to find a new place to call home just to get away from the war. In spite of refugees fleeing the countries, many of the families are having a hard time trying to find new homes. However, the United States has to protect its country from the possible terrorists that the Syrians could bring with them if we allowed them to enter the United States. The civil war over in Syria has Syrians continuing to fight for their lives every day. Syrian refugees should not be allowed to enter the United States for the substantial amounts of attacks that those Syrians could pose.
The issue of if Syrian refugees should come to America is a big debate today. Everyone has different opinions when it comes to politics. In this essay I will discuss both sides and give my opinion about this matter.
The debate about letting Syrian Refugees into America has been a heavily debated topic in the last year. One surprising fact is that, ‘The third largest city in the country of Jordan, Za’atari is just a refugee camp filled with Syrians escaping the Syrian Civil War and the population of Za’atari of 90,000.’ Syrians should be let into our county because: we have been letting Syrian Refugees into our country a very few have been of them have been radicalized and carried out terrorist attacks on our country, U.S. states cannot legally reject and deport Syrian Refugees coming here to seek refuge without the approval of the federal government, and not all the Syrian Refugees fit the supposedly true stereotypes
With the recent events around the world involving a terror group named ISIS, many have been affected. In Paris, many were killed during a concert which struck terror around the world. A total of 129 people perished and hundreds were wounded. Millions of Syrian refugees have been trying to escape and come to the United States for their own personal safety. Over the past 4 years, over 2000 refugees have been allowed into the country. In an attempt to increase the safety of the refugees, the U.S. has pledged to allow 10,000 more Syrians over the next year. It has become a controversial topic because citizens of the United States believe letting in the refugees is a mistake. Some incredulous citizens believe letting in refugees will cause more
Thousands of Syrians are trying to escape their government and the terrorist group ISIS. Many wonder why we should let refugees in America, or why any country should allow them. But if Syrian’s cannot come to the land of the free, why should any foreigners come? Syrians have just as many reasons to be in America as anyone else. For example, the education, children’s hunger and freedom.
The United States is the world’s largest resettlement country for refugees. The US has many good laws about having refugees entering the US. For instance, in February 2017, the US granted Asylum status to 110,000 refugees. The top three states that take in refugees are California, New York, and Texas; they take 25% of all refugees entering the United States. Most of these refugees come from countries interlocked in civil war such as Somalia, Afghanistan, and Syria. I believe refugees should be allowed to enter the US.
While some believe there could be a potential risk to Americans' security, Syrian refugees should be accepted into the United States because the civil war is killing millions of people, the survivors are living in bad conditions, and because it is simply inhumane and unethical to send them away.
Imagine that you are in an airport trying to flee your country because there is a war going on, all of a sudden you get stopped by a security officer saying that the country you are trying to go to does not allow refugees, What would you do? The debate about refugees has been around since World War Two when Hitler was trying to torture or kill all the jews and other people he did not like. Here in America we did not let refugees into the U.S. during the war and a bunch of them were killed, however some did survive. Some people think that we should let them into the United States of America well, others say they should not be allowed to enter the U.S. In the year of 2016 there was around thirty-eight thousand refugees that were allowed into the United States. There were a bunch of other refugees that applied to come to the united states but got denied, because the U.S. did not choose them or they did not pass the test to become a refugee. The idea that refugees should not be allowed into the united states because they could bring disease, they could be a criminal or a terrorist, and they use up our land and resources deserves some merit. However These arguments do not realise that if we bring them into the United States we could save their lives, or give them better living conditions. In this article I will argue that we should allow refugees into the United States, but only under certain circumstances. Those circumstances are they should be allowed into the united
I believe that the U.S should start admitting more refugees, mostly children that are being really affected by all the violence and Medical / Mental assistance .
Is it our moral responsibility to take in Syrian refugees? Right now the biggest refugee crisis since the Second World War is taking place. Around 6.5 million Syrian have been displaced due to a terrorists group called ISIS. While countries throughout Europe have taken in around 500,000-1,000,000, America has only taken in 1,578. Which brings up the debate as to whether or not America should take in more Syrian refugees. America should take in more Syrian refugees because it can increase our economy, repair relations with Muslims in America and it’s our moral responsibility.
Four years ago, a civil war erupted in Syria after President Assad’s security forces fired into a group of peaceful protester, killing several of them (Syria), and starting a conflict that has rocked the stability of the world today. Now, as we go into the beginning of 2016, the world faces a refugee crisis unlike any other, and pressure is being put on many of the the world powers to give Syrian refugees a safe haven inside their countries. However, with taking in these refugees comes risk. America has always been a beacon for immigrants of all races and ethnicities for ages, but with the rise of a new terrorist group, with an obvious vendetta against America, the United States is having a difficult time determining whether or not it is safe to let these refugees into the country. Americans are faced with a decision. We can close ranks and turn helpless people away out of fear, leaving them to die or suffer some other unknown horrible fate, or we can put our fear aside and embrace these people with open yet cautious arms.