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    (Original post by Ladbants)
    thunder_chunky you have a lot to say about Muslims and refugees. Go on, why not discuss them with an actual refugee?
    What is there to discuss?
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    (Original post by inspiringtop123)
    I'm 17 years old and my family and I came to the UK when I was one. We were escaping the Sri Lankan Civil War.

    Now, we are all living normal lives here in London. My parents both work and we are renting a small flat. I'm currently studying my A-Levels and looking to go to university. I speak fluent English and got an A* in my English GCSE so I won't have any problems answering any of your questions!

    I feel like the recent migrant crisis has led to a lot of misinformation being spread about refugees. Even on TSR, I constantly see people writing threads about refugees being rapists or terrorists ornthat we don't integrate- this isn't really true for the majority of us- I even a British citizen now!

    I want to address any questions or concerns that you guys have about refugees. I don't go on tsr often so it might take me a while to reply.

    (I'm also Muslimn)
    I don't have a question, but I just want to say that I'm glad you got here and that the UK could offer you a safe home.
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    (Original post by inspiringtop123)
    I don't know. It seems that a lot of the migrants coming here aren't actually refugees and are coming here for employment or for criminal reasons. That type of disgusting, mysoginistic behaviour, regardless of who commits it, doesn't really have any justifications and is just appaling. But I don't think all refugees should be blamed. The majority of them are desperate to go anywhere that's safe and will accept them.
    Why don't these "refugees" fight for their country, like we did against the Nazis in WW2, rather then just running away like cowards to Europe, bringing their problems with them, for us to deal with.
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    (Original post by DauntlessOne)
    Why don't these "refugees" fight for their country, like we did against the Nazis in WW2, rather then just running away like cowards to Europe, bringing their problems with them, for us to deal with.
    Because maybe they don't support their tyrannical government or the terrorists that oppose that government?
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    (Original post by serions871)
    Because maybe they don't support their tyrannical government or the terrorists that oppose that government?
    Hahaha, no you're just a bunch of cowards.
 
 
 
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