Refugees: Enemies Or Victims?

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?,” a one-hour documentary, 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?” Premiering on Thursday, November 3 at 9 PM EST on NET TV.

Trailers


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Shadi Martini – Refugee

October 27, 2016

Trailer for “Refugees: Enemies or Victims” featuring interviews with Shadi Martini, a Syrian refugee. The Syrian Civil War has created one of […]

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Mario Russell – Catholic Charities

October 27, 2016

Trailer for “Refugees: Enemies or Victims” featuring an interview with Mario Russell, Director of Immigrant and Refugee Services for Catholic Charities. The Syrian Civil […]

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Jared Taylor – American Renaissance

October 27, 2016

Trailer for “Refugees: Enemies or Victims” featuring interviews with Jared Taylor of American Renaissance. The Syrian Civil War has created one of […]

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Rose Hamid – American-born Muslim

October 27, 2016

Trailer for “Refugees: Enemies or Victims” featuring interviews with Rose Hamid, an American-born Muslim flight attendant. The Syrian Civil War has created […]

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Riva Silverman of HIAS

October 27, 2016

Trailer for “Refugees: Enemies or Victims” featuring interviews with Riva Silverman of HIAS, a refugee aid organization. The Syrian Civil War has created […]