Syrian refugees are continuing to arrive in the United States, despite public fears and political opposition.
Concern is growing for some 12,000 people who are trying to flee Syria and are stranded in remote areas around the north eastern border of Jordan.
Fears being expressed over a possible “fifth column” of terrorists entering the United States along with Syrian refugees are understandable, but unfounded.
Fifty cents—whether in Euro or United States coins—probably won’t buy you much anywhere in the world.
But this relatively small sum can feed a hungry child for an entire day, according to the World Food Programme (WFP).