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The attack in Brussels Tuesday has once again hurt many people far from the targeted areas in Europe, namely refugees, principally Syrian refugees.The destiny of the Palestinians, like that of the Rwandan Hutus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo or even the German minorities in the former Soviet Union, are all examples of unresolved refugee catastrophes.However, the conditions of Syrian refugees has been exacerbated by the fact that their fate has been largely defined by Islamophobia in response to terrorist attacks by Islamist extremists as well as a feeling of cultural alienation. It is instructive to observe the fortunes of Samantha Power to see where we stand today.Today, Power works for a president who, in a recent interview with Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic, declared himself "proud" not to have conducted airstrikes against Bashar Assad's regime after it had used chemical weapons against its own population – a "red line" that Barack Obama himself had set.It is remarkable how several of the candidates pining for an office that requires, above all, defending the U.S. Constitution are constantly taking positions that would effectively undermine the Constitution.
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