Syria became home to the refugees who fled the armies of Ibrahim Basha in 1839
Syria became home to the Circassian refugees in 1860
Syria became home to the Armenian refugees in 1914
Syria became home to the Palestinian refugees in 1948
Syria became home once again to Palestinian refugees in 1967
Syria became home to the refugees from Kuwait in 1990
Syria became home to refugees from Lebanon in 1996
Syria became home to the refugees from Iraq in 2003
Syria became home to the refugees from Lebanon in 2006
It will be written in the history books and generations will remember, that Syria never closed it’s borders for those who fled their homes seeking safety and refuge.
Syria has never asked any Arab for a visa to enter it’s lands whether it was a visit or permanent stay.
In Syria not a single tent was put up on the borders to accommodate for refugees across the years, houses were opened, streets were vacated and cities were renamed to allow for refugees to feel at home.
Let it be written in the history books and let the generations remember, that when a Syrian needed help and refuge; borders were closed and the world looked away.
~ Yaman Birawi
I'm just wondering why you would say there need to be "more" people like Joan Rivers, who said that innocent Palestenian citizens, including hundreds of children, "had very low IQs" and "deserve to be dead". I'm not saying you should be shitting on her after she's dead if you admired some aspect of her character, but why highlight the "problematic bitch" part, when a huge chunk of that "problem" people had with her recently was her endorsement of genocide? What part of that do you approve of?