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  • There is no need for the U.S. to invade Syria.

    With the previous wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, it is quite obvious that a U.S. invasion is not going to solve the problem. The situation is even worse in Syria, with even more players in the equation. The U.S. should be putting more pressure on Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern countries to play their part in solving the conflict.

  • No, the U.S. should not invade Syria.

    No, the U.S. should not invade Syria, but it should try to bring in as many of its people as possible. We should be the nation that opens its doors to everyone. We can become a sanctuary for those who have lost their homes. That is what our country is meant to be.

  • No, the U.S. should not invade Syria

    The Syrian Civil War is a violent political event in the Middle East but the U.S. should be get involved, other than humanitarian roles. It is not mandatory for the U.S. to invade Syria or to try to solve all the issues of the Middle East. There are no many other issues that the U.S. needs to address in our own country.

  • No, they should not.

    The US should stay out of the Syrian Civil War. This is a conflict that needs to be resolved by the two factions in Syria, and needs to be contained. The US would be better off focusing their efforts on helping as many Syrian refugees as they have the resources to do so.


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