The U.S. launched a missile strike against the Assad regime in Syria after its government carried out a deadly chemical attack on civilians. Critics say bombing isn't enough—if we really want to address the humanitarian crisis, we should take in more Syrian refugees. But the Trump administration has only allowed 11 Syrian refugees into the country this year and immigration hardliners argue taking in refugees make us vulnerable to terrorism. What do you think?
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