Caspian International News Agency– Reporting from Russia Today, there has been lots of objections from Europeans since the beginning of the Syrian and Iraq crisis. They have expressed their dissatisfaction with Syrian and Iraqi refugees’ seeking asylum in Europe; however, it seems that they have forgotten that Middle East camps accepted and sheltered hundreds of thousands European refugees during the World War II.
Millions of Syrian refugees have been forced to make difficult journeys to Europe, since the beginning of the imposed war in their country, but their attempts were faced with convictions, oppositions, and fear.
Refugees and asylum seekers made this difficult journey 70 years ago, but they were not Syrian refugees, they were Europeans who had fled to Middle East borders in order to stay away from the devastating effects of war, during the World War II, and were welcomed by nations in Middle East.
(Translating by Negar Lotfi)