As this video shows, today hundreds of Syrian refugees in Arnhem city in the Netherlands have demonstrated against ISIS terrorism in Paris and in their homeland. They stated they wanted peace all over the world, not terrorism.
Their signs said things like: ‘I am Kurdish, I am against terrorism’ and pointed out that they fled Syria because of ISIS violence.
Arnhem refugees help local people: here.
German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière declared this week that refugees arriving on the German border will be deported back to the first European Union country they entered, in a reversal of policies that have been in place since August: here.
Britain: Hilary Benn: Shadow Foreign Secretary says Labour won’t back air strikes on Syria. The shadow Foreign Secretary says that, after Paris, the emphasis must be on peace talks and helping refugees: here. Good news, and a bit surprising, as Hilary Benn is a right-winger within Labour; closer to Tony Blair than to his father Tony Benn.
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