Syrian refugees not welcome in 26 U.S. states - CNN.com

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.

Syrian refugees not welcome in 27 U.S. states - CNN.com

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

Syrian refugees not welcome in 27 U.S. states - CNN.com

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

Governors of at least 27 states say they will not accept Syrian refugees. They include Texas, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Arizona, Massachusetts and Iowa.

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

Syrian refugees not welcome in 24 U.S. states - CNN.com

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

It Is Easier To Hate----Governors of at least 24 states say they will not accept Syrian refugees. They include Texas, Florida Illinois, Michigan, Georgia, Massachusetts and Alabama.

Pro-government protesters hold pictures of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his late father, Hafez al-Assad, during a rally in Damascus, Syria, on March 18, 2011. Bashar al-Assad has ruled Syria since 2000, when his father passed away following 30 years in charge. An anti-regime uprising that started in March 2011 has spiraled into civil war. The United Nations estimates more than 220,000 people have been killed.

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

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How do Syrian refugees get into the U.S.? - CNNPolitics

The Paris terrorist attacks have intensified a debate in Washington over whether the United States should allow Syrian refugees to enter the country.

The Paris attacks have had a multitude of indirect victims -- Syrian refugees seeking safety from war. They are now being shunned stronger than before

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

Governors of at least 31 states say they will not accept Syrian refugees. They include Texas, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Arizona, Massachusetts and Iowa.

Syrian refugees not welcome in 31 U.S. states

todaysinfo 6 Reasons Experts Say We Shouldn't Turn Away Syrian Refugees. Six Reasons Experts Say We Shouldn't Turn Away Syrian Refugees In the wake of the deadly Paris attacks, many have called for blocking Syrian refugees—fleei.

"I feel like being trapped in a well, not being able to get up or go down," says Illham, a 24-year-old Syrian refugee, after her asylum application to Lithuania was denied. "We’ve been in Greece for a year and two months. We haven’t managed to make one step forward." But there is a silver lining to the rejection: She can now apply for asylum in Greece, a country that despite its crumbling economy has warmly welcomed refugees and seen little of the anti­-migrant rhetoric and violence apparent…

"I feel like being trapped in a well, not being able to get up or go down," says Illham, a 24-year-old Syrian refugee, after her asylum application to Lithuania was denied. "We’ve been in Greece for a year and two months. We haven’t managed to make one step forward." But there is a silver lining to the rejection: She can now apply for asylum in Greece, a country that despite its crumbling economy has warmly welcomed refugees and seen little of the anti­-migrant rhetoric and violence apparent…

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