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Carson Goes To Jordan To Meet Syrian Refugees, Says They Should Stay There

His compassion is beyond belief, isn't it?
Carson Goes To Jordan To Meet Syrian Refugees, Says They Should Stay There
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Ben Carson went to Jordan so he could meet some Syrian refugees. Then he went to Facebook to announce his intention to leave them right where they are.

Today I listened to the life struggles of many Syrians who were forced to flee their own homes. I met with medical professionals, humanitarian workers, and government officials. I saw pain on the faces of mothers and children.

They came to Jordan for safety. Jordan is doing an amazing job opening its doors and extending a hand in relief. The rest of the world could be doing so much more.

These brave people want nothing more than an end to the war in Syria. They want to go back to their lives. We must find a political end to this conflict.

Millions of refugees have now been waiting years for the end of the war to come in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. Some are giving up hope that they will ever be able to return to the country. We must keep their hope alive. Until it is safe for them to return home, Jordan is a safe place for them to wait. The kingdom has welcomed them with open arms. But Jordan is a small country. They need the world’s help to feed, educate, and care for these refugees until the war ends.

The United States must do more. We can do our part to help this crisis without bringing 10-25,000 refugees to the United States. Jordan already houses 1.4 million refugees. Jordan needs and deserves our logistical help and financial support.

In other words, don't bring those Muslims here. Leave them right where they are and send some money over to Jordan. How Christian of him.


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