MattFancy Posted November 19, 2015 Share Posted November 19, 2015 If we're only talking a few thousand then I think it's a bit more settling for some, me at least. If we're talking about hundreds of thousands like europe, turkey, germany, etc. Then we're going to hit larger issues with higher risks for a number of things It's been 10,000 for awhile now. Since 2012, we've taken in 2,144 total Syrian refugees. Here's a comparison of what we're doing and what the rest of the world is doing: These charts put the US response to Syrian refugees in context: it's pitifully small 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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