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Where had the inspiration come to write an article like this? Why purposefully wade into the murky waters of the ongoing refugee crisis here in Europe?

Where had the inspiration come to write an article like this? Why purposefully wade into the murky waters of the ongoing refugee crisis here in Europe?

"Black lives matter? All lives matter!" scream conservatives. Apparently not refugee lives though...

"Black lives matter? All lives matter!" scream conservatives. Apparently not refugee lives though...

The cartoon that sums up the world's 'migrant crisis'. You just have to realize we are all in this together on planet earth. Love one another. ...having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and of all men.

The cartoon that sums up the world's 'migrant crisis'

The cartoon that sums up the world's 'migrant crisis'. You just have to realize we are all in this together on planet earth. Love one another. ...having a perfect brightness of hope, and a love of God and of all men.

Opinion: Celine Arvisu-Quinio On the European Refugee Crisis

Opinion: Celine Arvisu-Quinio On the European Refugee Crisis

What Europe needs to solve the refugee crisis (Opinion)  - CNN.com

What Europe needs to solve the refugee crisis (Opinion) - CNN.com

What Europe needs to solve the refugee crisis (Opinion) - CNN.com

Public opinion on the refugee crisis is changing fast – and for the better

Public opinion on the refugee crisis is changing fast – and for the better

There are, of course, enormous differences between the modern day Middle Eastern refugee crisis and the plight of German Jews in the years leading up to World War II. However, there is also at least one piece of common ground the two refugee crises share — suspicion and shuttered doors from Americans. According to a public opinion poll that was published in Fortune magazine in July 1938, fewer than 5 percent of Americans surveyed at the time thought "we should encourage [Jewish political…

There are, of course, enormous differences between the modern day Middle Eastern refugee crisis and the plight of German Jews in the years leading up to World War II. However, there is also at least one piece of common ground the two refugee crises share — suspicion and shuttered doors from Americans. According to a public opinion poll that was published in Fortune magazine in July 1938, fewer than 5 percent of Americans surveyed at the time thought "we should encourage [Jewish political…

A Refugee Crisis, Not an Immigration Crisis - NYTimes.com YOU NEED TO READ THIS.

A Refugee Crisis, Not an Immigration Crisis

A Refugee Crisis, Not an Immigration Crisis - NYTimes.com YOU NEED TO READ THIS.

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