Syria: Escalation and the Ballooning Refugee Crisis

Syrian internally displaced people walk in the Atme camp, along the Turkish border in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib, on March 19, 2013. The conflict in Syria between rebel forces and pro-government troops has killed at least 70,000 people, and forced more than one million Syrians to seek refuge abroad. AFP PHOTO/BULENT KILIC
  • Khulood

    I think the problem with Syria getting help is that there is too much politics involved. It started out as a revolution, but now it has become an uncontrollable war. The torture and the killing is public, and everything is on television. Therefore, I think that, as human beings, other countries should feel the need to help the innocent people, not because they are taking sides, but because it just can’t be possible for a person to sit there, watch the news, have the power to change something, and not do it. As I said, there is too much politics complicating human feelings. They sit at meetings for hours, meanwhile, people continue to die.