Watch: Trailer for NET TV's "Refugees: Enemies or Victims?" Featuring Shadi Martini

Trailer for “Refugees: Enemies or Victims” featuring interviews with Shadi Martini, a Syrian refugee. The Syrian Civil War has created one of the greatest humanitarian crises in the last 60 years. Over 400,000 Syrians have been killed. More than 7,000,000 have been internally displaced and more than 4,800,000 are refugees. Turkey has taken in more than 2,700,000 refugees. Germany more than 600,000. How many has the US taken in? Should we even allow refugees into our country? “Refugees: Enemies or Victims?” investigates the very important questions of whether the United States is doing enough to uphold its long tradition of helping those in need. “Refugees: Enemies or Victims?”, an hour-long

I've witnessed horrors of Syrian war - I'm proud to welcome refugees to N.J. [The Star Ledge

"We urge you, Gov. Christie, as a man of faith, to reconsider your position so that New Jersey can be a state that we are all proud of — a state that answers the prophetic call to welcome the stranger," Rabbi Jesse Olitzky of Congregation Beth El in South Orange wrote in a letter last November, signed by 95 clergy members from across New Jersey. Today, the state is home to over 200 Syrian refugees, with Congregation Beth El and Temple Emanu-el in Closter, as two of the more than 70 participating organizations of the Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees, a project of the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding. At the recent U.N. Summit in New York, President Obama called the glo

What Happens To Communities When Refugees Come In? [WDET]

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) CEO Hassan Jaber and Multifaith Alliance for Syrian Refugees Senior Syria Advisor Shadi Martini join Detroit Today to discuss the economic and cultural impact of refugees on the places where they are resettled. Click here to listen to the conversation.

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