The news from Syria is terrifying: The war hasn’t ended, despite Russia’s decisive intervention on behalf of Bashar al-Assad and the fall of Aleppo at the end of last year.
Refugees are still fleeing, in search of a safe haven, wherever they can.
And the West is still giving them the cold shoulder.
This is especially true of the United States, where the Trump administration is preparing a revised executive order that blocks people from seven Muslim nations entering the country. The original version banned all Syrian refugees from coming to America, indefinitely.
These people are among the most vulnerable in the world today.