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Free Idlib Police Weekly Magazine Issue 1
U.S.-led airstrikes kill 62 civilians in Dayr al-Zawr
Syrian War Daily – 21st of October 2018
Daesh hit an SDF technical with an ATGM
Both Israel and Jordan, which beefed up their border controls, said they would not let refugees in but distributed aid inside Syria.
I wonder why they don't want to help refugees by letting into a safer place?
Israel doesnt want more Arabs, and Jordan already has more Palestinians than Jordanians.
Aren’t Palestinians and Jordan’s basically the same people? Ethnically, historically, religiously ?
There's been lots of political strife related to Palestinian groups in Jordan.
They also have a sizable Syrian refugee population. Jordan doesn't want refugees to cause political or security issues.
My point exactly.
The more similar groups are the worse they will fight. Just look at the various groups inside the UK, Ireland or Spain who have historically fought, or the Rwandan genocide / North and South Sudan etc.
the campaign is going very quickly. the refugees will unfortunately be in bad conditions for a ~month or more then can go back home. I imagine if the crisis was even worse there would be international pressure on these nations and external aid to help take them in
At this point in the war it’s pretty silly to still be taking refugees. The focus should be on returning people to Syria imho
Because Jordan has the most refugees in their country and it would cost a lot to let more come in