People all over the world have been asking themselves if it is right for their country to let in refugees from Syria. It is a question everybody fears from answering because of the consequences it may take. Several states in America have denied the entry because of security reasons and the over population. Even if there are several countries still refusing Syrians there are a few who are accepting them. Looking at some articles, I’ve seen differential opinions and one must read and understand why Syria refugees need a chance to be rescued from all the chaos and horror they’ve been through.
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.
Fear is taking over. All around you is fear, surrounding you, taking control. We let the fear sway our emotions, our perceptions, our ideology. Everything is constantly changing because of what we fear. Our morals are being betrayed because of fear; our instincts are being denied because we give into fear. That is why so many people are afraid to let innocent, terrified people into our country. Although, many see the Syrian refugees fleeing from the crisis into their country as a threat, there is no reason to be afraid. The refugees should be allowed into the United States.
Many people believe that the United States should not let Syrian refugees into the United States to escape war would damage the country’s safety and way of life, but the U.S. should allow them in because it provides these immigrants such as humanitarian aid, safer families, a well- rounded education, and a strengthened workforce. As the Syrian Civil War rages, ISIS bombs the Middle East, and Russia targets airstrikes, thousands of Syrian refugees flee their home and country with their lives. Children cannot go to school and parents are running out of money. They need aid, but in the war-torn cities there is little help that these people can find. Separated from their jobs, livelihood, and families, they can
The issue of whether or not allowing the Syrian refugees continue to enter the United States have became a popular issue after the terrorist attack in Paris on November 13th. In my opinion, I think U.S should still remain allowing the Syrian refugees to start a new life in America. Following two reasons can best explain my point of view.
At the moment, Syrian refugees are being subjected to the most precautionary methods when entering the country (Text 3). The Syrians are trying to escape the many violations they are faced with. In Syria, there are many bombings that are killing innocent people. Using precautionary methods based on race shows that America is well on their way to banning the refugees from entering the US. While Americans might think that using precautionary action is the best, they are supporting an unethical act. However, it is worse because they can do something to stop it, yet they refuse. Syrians are running from powerful individuals who have taken their rights, seeking asylum in America but they are almost treated the same because they are not trusted. If America were to ban immigrants from entering the US then they might be repeating history. During the 1940s, Hitler took it upon himself to purify Germany of Jews (Text 2). The action of Hitler led to a world War because of the unethical actions he took to get what he wanted. The fear of many Americans are holding them back from helping innocent children and women. If Americans can look past the fear of having their country destroyed by the refugees then they would be helping alot of people. Americans can provide a safe haven for the refugees but they are too afraid to allow
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 today’s society where most of us are sheltered physically and emotionally, have we ever stopped to think about the unfortunate ones who have been forced to live their lives differently? We are often carried away with basking in our riches that we forget to take a moment to think for those who aren’t as lucky as us. What else can we call those who have nowhere to go and nothing to do— no place to call home, no job to call an occupation, no purpose to speak of? With more people being forced out of their homelands to seek greener grass on the other side, refugee rates are on a constant rise.
America is the country of hopes and dreams. We have many principles that make our country great. For example, we have freedom, rights, equality, and having the nickname “Melting Pot.” Over many centuries, America has accepted immigrants and refugees of multiple nationalities and backgrounds to live up to their famous nickname. However; why should we stop accepting refugees now? Even though many Americans assume accepting refugees will ruin our country, we should accept Syrian refugees into the United States because the Refugee Crisis is a serious problem, accepting refugees is an act of Congress, and helping refugees is the humane thing to do.
Since 2011, more than 250,000 people have been killed in the Syrian civil war. Millions of other Syrians are searching for a secure home. America could provide a home to these Syrians if they were well prepared and funded. Taking in Syrian refugees would have no help to Syria, be dangerous for American citizens and be an extremely ignorant move, considering we are not prepared for almost 50,000 refugees. Syrian refugees should not be allowed into America.
A refugee is a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, or persecution. Recently there are many debates going on, whether the United States should allow Syrian refugees to come into America or not. At the same time, there is a civil war in Syria between the government led by Bashar al-Assad and the rebels. As a result, there are thousands of Syrian refugees, without homes because of the civil war, attempting to flee the country and avoid both the conflict and ISIS. There are many States in America that don’t want to allow Syrian refugees to come into the America, because according to them they think that Syrian refugees can cause a potential security threat to them or maybe members of ISIS can enter into the
A thought regarding the recent attacks in Paris, France: 129 people were killed by Middle Eastern extremists, and 433 others were rushed to the hospital, critically injured. The refugees residing in France come from countries in states of civil war, turmoil and great danger. Similar situations occur in the United States, the issue of refugees is extremely controversial. American citizens can all agree that growing up in the United States has taught us to stand united and have pride in our nation, but are we truly united? It appears not concerning fugitives in our country. To achieve progress in our country today, modern politicians need to overcome the Congressional Gridlock and arrive at a decision.
The topic of discrimination is one that has been a prominent issue all throughout history. Humans are rather known for taking all of the fear, mistrust, and hatred that they experience and act on it in a way that generalizes and segregates them from one another. Furthermore, they allow these feelings to cloud their judgement of right and wrong. One example of this is the Syrian Refugee crisis. Citizens and government officials are denying these refugees help in their time of need due to their misplaced discrimination and overall lack of compassion. Articles from websites such as CBS , CNN, and Newsweek have all taken a stance on what America needs to do for Syria, touching on aspects such as the statistical
The decision on whether to deny or accept the entry of refugees into America has been a controversial issue in today’s current events. Many American citizens have resolved to heated conflicts when expressing their differing opinions on whether the refugee policy should be revised or not. Refugees should be welcomed into America with open arms, but there must be a limit on the number of these refugees seeking asylum that can enter the country in order to save the economy.
Letting the refugees into our country essential. We have enough resources for them, and we can provide an education as well as definite safety for the refugees. It is not only unkind but unfair to refuse them entrance into our country after all they have been through. Overseas, millions of people are suffering, and we have the power to put an end to that. Ask yourself: How can people in all good conscience