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Send Christians to Western Countries/Muslims to Islamic majority countries for better assimilation

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Submitted by GJ (United States), Oct 27, 2013 at 23:11

Why not send Syrian Christians to western countries and Syrian Muslims to Muslim countries? Wouldn't that help everyone adapt best with the least amount of trauma to the refugees and their host countries' citizens? Or has this been done before? If so, what have been the results?

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I advocated this in the addenda to the main piece.

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