Syrian Refugees: The not so fun Facts Infographic. The Syrian War now enters its 4th year. Millions of Syrians have been displaced, ½ of whom are children left without proper schooling. If the situation does not improve dramatically, Syria risks ending up with a generation disengaged from education & learning. | infographic | Dubai
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December 13, 2014 Obama and U.N. to start bringing 9,000 Syrian Muslims to U.S. in 2015. Resettlement agencies were lobbying for the U.S. to accept at least 75,000 Syrian refugees over the next five years. Until now, the U.S. had accepted only 300 of the more than 3.2 million refugees created by the Syrian civil war. But the U.S. government has been the most active of all nations in accepting Islamic refugees from other war-torn countries. Now, the Syrians will be added to the mix.
Perhaps I'm ill-informed, but why do I get the feeling that Muslim countries aren't accepting Syrian refugees? - Quora
In 1938, 69% of U.S. college students said we shouldn't offer a haven in this country for Jewish refugees from Europe. Six mill Jews later died. Remember this when politicians say "we shouldn't accept any Syrian refugees."