The Case of Syria

Angry flames flickered in a distance as they consume the tender bones of the beautiful city. As the flames flicker, radiating into the neighborhood cities, it ejected turns of crying mothers, children, and men alike. The neighboring cities watched in disgust as one of their own was consumed to ashes. Anger boiled within the cities and they bowed to repay the insidious perpetrator through destruction.

Gilly city’s attack attracted attention of various kingdoms. In unison, most kingdoms have come to terms with the growing atrocities of Gomer and the need for fast military action against the group. On the other hand, the state of the refugees pouring into other kingdoms like bees seeking solace was being jeopardized. Some, nations have acted swiftly to block their borders while others have created stricter entry demands for the new comers. The Growing attacks by Gomer and its ability to recruit the fleeing refugees made it hard for other kingdoms to accept new comers.

On one of the uneventful moments, at the gates of Karken Kingdom, a beaten stranger appeared. He looked humiliated by weather, famished, and desperate. Upon consultation, the stranger was fed and given a wristband of Karken. Every time the mood appeared from the east, he would stand in the middle of the kingdom until it reaches his head, as part of his customary prayer. It was later established that he was Enosh, the son of the greet seer Melkish. On the uneventful day, Enosh was in his usual prayer and before he blew the whole kingdom in a suicide attack.

After Karken attacker was discovered, it became apparent that the inflow of refugees in any city could propagate more attacks. Some kingdoms immediate reaction was to close its borders, and come with new refugee measures.

Pilla, the land known for gold, turned its back on refugees after its soldiers captured a gang suspected to belong to Gomer the terrorists. The capture further fueled the belief that Gomer was taking advantage of refugees’ goodwill in other kingdoms. Most Western nations reacted in a different way towards the refugees’ crisis, following the incidences. Commonly, stricter measures were enacted with some kingdoms closing their borders.

King Manny decided to use neck chains on new comers and separate them from his people. The visitors were often seen with neck chains and secluded in the right corner of kingdom. Guards checked them every morning and evening to ascertain that they were not dangerous. Manny did not allow the refugees, but enslaved them as part of help and a test of their intension.

King Polly came up with new ways to ensure his people remained safe, but at the same time housed the refugees in the coming cruel winters. Among them, included having guards patrolling outside the kingdom walls. They partnered with Manny to work together in combing out smugglers outside their territory, and other routes. The pacification process became vital to ensure Gomer was kept a bay and his tactics derailed.

Religious Views 

 Diverse elucidations concerning the Quran exist even among Muslim jurists and law pundits. The Gulf war of 1991 provides a clear portrait of those differences; some Muslim jurist sided with the Americans in its invasion of Iraq while others supported Iraq. Such differences underscore the fact that interpretations of the book remain dissimilar. Another issue that has attracted intense debate has been that of perpetual suicidal deaths by Moslems with many within the Islam faith questioning its correlation with the Quran. To some, suicidal deaths denote being loyal to the book, while others hold contrary opinions.

According to the Quran, a true Muslim is one who caring, which implies being concerned about the welfare of others whether a family member or a stranger. In addition to bidding Muslims care for the sick and orphans, it urges them to be ready to help those asking for support. The principle has seen many Eastern nations following the paths of their Western ones in dealing with the Syrian crisis. The Islamic States have shown the same trend as those of their Western counterparts, sympathizing with the refugees, and at the same divided in opinion. Nations such as Iran have shown a lot of interest in helping the refugees and even fighting alongside the European nations, and at the same time fear the security challenges of the extremists. Unlike the past terror wars, the Paris attack has never been linked to any particular Islamic state, but an extremist group.

Political Divisions

While many nation have altered their refugees’ tactics, some feel fear has created injustice and inhumane treatment of the refugees. There is a lot of sense in trying to make refugee processing tighter, but there a lot of inhumanity in barring them. Many countries have criticized the states, which have closed their borders to the refugees. President Obama is among the people who believe that a move is an inhuman act against the helpless Syrian children and woman. While Paris attack rekindled a new perception of the Syrian refugees, it has also attracted several debates on the Muslim culture. Muslims have been rebranded with terror activities, similar to the 9/11 attack. However, leaders have come strongly to defend the religion (Cohen 1).

The Paris attack has sawn a new seed in national politics; there is no longer national unity in making a decision about the refugees. When French President, came up with tight measures against the refugees, it was believed that all the Western nations would support the ideas since a common treaty joins them. However, many European nations criticized the decision, including Germany, who continue to welcome the refugees but advocated for tighter policies. Greece and Turkey are among the nations who are after the enactment of enabling refugees’ policies rather than blocking them. French citizens have continued to welcome the refugees, despite the attack. It is true that the world is growing conscious in isolating ISIS activities and the Muslim community.

The United States have faced a lot of criticism both internally and outside. The decision by some governors to close their territories has been considered. The decision to close the border is never political, not Democratic, or the Republican one. Even Democratic governors have rejected the idea of settling Syrian into their country. While ISIS is a real threat and which disguises itself in some theological frameworks, the worldview of the refugees is the real threat to the innocence women and children suffering in the deserts and cold. The U.S. itself is divided in the treatment of the refugees, with a section considering proper screening strategies for the refugees while others consider blocking their borders. Unlike the World War or the reaction to the World Trade Center attack, there is no any pattern in reaction to the refugees’ crisis. There are sympathizers as well as those who have rebranded as part of extremist.  The Paris attack failed to attract the strong hatred for Muslims as was expected, rather rational humanity thinking has been invoked.

Works Cited

Cohen, Roger. To save Paris, Defeat ISIS. Web. 14 November 2015.

El-Sheikh, Sarah. Will Syrian refugees in Europe suffer consequences of Paris attacks? 14 November 2015.

Tajha, Chappellet-Lanier . What’s Next for Migrants After Paris? 14 November 2015.