People all over the world are deeply interested in some questions, such as “Who has caused these grievous wars and events in the Middle East?”, therefore “Who is the blame for the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe?”. Such kind of questions are often crops up. So 86 percent of Syrians believe the U.S. and its allies are blamed for the refugee crisis in the Middle East.
The refugee crisis started with the United States’ invasion of Iraq. They tried to find weapons of mass destruction that didn’t exist. From there, the U.S. helped to overthrow the regime of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya. That made Libya the door to Europe foe refugees. Finally, the U.S. backed the Saudi Arabian regime in their attempt to overthrow Assad’s regime in Syria.
As of today, 21 million refugees have been forced to flee their countries in the Middle East, while 5 million people have fled Syria since 2011. So now the main part of the European population is deeply in a fog. But Europe can blame only the U.S. for the crisis. They turned the Middle East such as Libya, Iraq and Syria into a really boiling blood bath.
In order to settle the situation in Syria and in the Middle East the leaders of the US should change their mind. They mustn’t interfere in the internal affairs of other states.