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Older Europe refugees denying Refuge of former hosts States

Posted on: May 3, 2017

Older Europe refugees denying Refuge of former hosts States

During WWI, Armenians and Christians in general were persecuted by the Turkish government (genocide) and they flocked to Syria and Lebanon before immigrating everywhere they could.

Turkey is at it again: This time persecuting the Kurds who were used in WWI to commit atrocities that Turks declined to perform in the remote regions.

During WWII, refugees from Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Turkey and Yugoslavia, flocked to refugee camps in Syria
Artisans were allowed to work in their professions and training nursing classes were instituted and they were permitted to visit the nearby towns to buy supplies that camps didn’t provide.

How the refugees in Europe are being treated? Horded in concentration camps?

They flocked to Syria, Egypt and Palestine by the same passage ways currently used

A reminder: WWI and  WWII wars were Not the doing of Syria or any Near-Eastern States. Why the West is conducting this new world war on the Syrian people?

The current civil wars were instigated and funded by the US and European States, and yet they refuse to take on their responsibilities toward the refugees

Lebanon has far more refugees, relative to its population, than any country in all the history of mankind. Equal number (Syrians and Palestinians) with its population of 4 million.

Lebanon has always been the preferred land for immigrants and refugees of dictatorial regimes in Middle-East in this century.

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