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German citizens victims of Istanbul blast: Should the European Union send more aid to Turkey and other countries affected by the Syrian crisis?

German citizens victims of Istanbul blast: Should the European Union send more aid to Turkey and other countries affected by the Syrian crisis?
  • Yes, Turkey deserves and needs support from the European Union

    Even though Turkey is not a member of the European Union, Germany certainly is. Terrorists are not bound by borders, treaties or organizations, and nothing short of a worldwide effort among all countries will put a stop of terrorist groups. Turkey is an ally in the War on Terror, and as such, deserves the support and resources of the European Union.

  • Yes, I think so

    I think it is always a good idea for countries to help other people in need. This is definitely relevant in today's world with the Syrian crisis. I think the EU should definitely help Turkey and anyone else affected. The EU can easily send aid to countries that are in need.

  • European Union Should Support Countries Affected by the Syrian Crisis

    Yes, the EU should support non-European countries affected by the Syrian crisis. This would be in the EU's best interest as much of the Syrian migration is destined to the EU. Aiding countries through which the Syrians are migrating, with stipulations that the aid be directed to activities that aid the Syrians, would ensure that these people are healthier when they arrive in the EU. This could dramatically cut health care and other costs that would be incurred upon arrival of the Syrians.

  • I more than agree with this line of thought,

    The Syrian crisis is one the most important issues of our time and it goes without saying, that whatever takes place within those borders will most likely trickle over into Europe and other parts in both a figurative and literal sense. Not only are we facing a humanitarian crisis of epic proportions, we also have the inevitable repercussions to deal with on home soil. The disaffected individuals, whose views align with the radical groups currently terrorising Western and Middle Eastern societies are more than likely to use whatever stance taken by Western leaders to further 'legitimize' their religious 'crusades'. In order to avoid such as scenario, it is important to help build the infrastructure needed on the ground in Syria to help them help themselves. By taking such steps, the likelihood of another group like ISIS emerging again will be substantially diminished.

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