Since Everyday not just Syria but other

Since the Syrian war in 2011, a overwhelming of four million people have suffered
from displacement and having to move to neighboring countries like Lebanon,
Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey to escape the war. These people are forced to
leave their homeland and into another foreign country which is making it harder
for them settle and call it their home. Everyday not just Syria but other
countries as well are fleeing to find salvation from rape, murder and war, then
in the end reasons vary but have one thing is common: they all fear to go back.

The custom of permitting asylum to people fleeing persecution into other
foreign lands is one of the earliest hallmarks of civilization. Significant efforts are required from all nations by ensuring
the refugees safety and needs are to be provided, by doing so will offer less
of a disturbance to the community in which the resettlement will have a more of
a positive impact on both sides.  In the
Geneva Convention Article 33 states that: No contracting state shall expel or
return a refugee in any manner whatsoever to the frontiers of territory where
his life or freedom would be threatened on account of his race, religion,
nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion
(Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees 1951, p.137). Although we have
laws set to help refugees in certain situations, the efforts of providing that
help has been pushed towards the left by closing boards in which has become a
promenade treat to the lives of refugee’s families. We have legal obligation to
them but also ethical obligation as well because they are human just like us
with wanting to have a future for their families as well as our own.  

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