Syrian refugees , Europe and Muslim countries

The role of Europe in accepting or welcoming refugees from Syria is widely discussed in these days  as they are only one who accept wholeheartedly Syrian refugees while the whole rest of the World stop them on their boundaries. That approach is not true actually as the information says us and when we look on facts and figures.

Some details about countries who open their gates for refugees of Syria and accept them with all their heart ; are mentioned here,

No of refugees accepted by Turkey : 2000,000  ( 2 million )

No of refugees accepted by Lebanon : 1100000 ( 1.1 million )

No of refugees accepted by Jordan : 650000 ( 0.65 million )

No of refugees accepted by Iraq : 250000 ( 0.25 million )

No of refugees accepted by Egypt : 132000 ( 0.132 million )

No of refugees accepted by Libya : 24000 ( 24 thousand )

Now by calculating all above figures we get to know that overall 41,56,ooo ( 4.1 million) refugees accepted by all Muslim countries and Europe as a whole accept 1,50,000 ( 1.5 million ) refugees. So, get to know that Muslim countries are not as bad as they are representing by media but Who saw a peacock dance in the woods?

Its all about  game of media nothing is as good as it shows on media, Europe role is more than good and appreciable as they accept Muslims and the Role of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates ( U.A.E ) is shameful and condemn-able but that certainly doesn’t mean all Muslim countries do that ( accept refugees ) , facts shows 4.1 million people accepted by Muslim countries which are more than double as accepted by Europe.

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