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As state and federal governments consider how to accommodate those expected to arrive on our shores before Christmas, some Australian families have taken matters into their own hands.
Darwin resident Brooke Ottley was one of 2,500 Australian residents who had registered their households with the Australian Homestay Network this month to help Syrian refugees.
But Melaleuca Refugee Centre director Caz Coleman said Australians interested in refugee homestay initiatives should start to consider their living arrangements, attitudes, and limitations."People [could be arriving] in a very vulnerable state," Ms Coleman said."People will need to be prepared to be flexible rather than just say 'that is your bedroom'."Ms Coleman said the first consideration for refugee homestay households was space — not just whether there is enough room in your household for extra guests but how that space will be used once they arrive."Make sure you have enough space and have a conversation about living expectations," she said."Sometimes, three kids in a bed is normal for refugees that have lived in displacement camps long-term.
At this stage the lists have been about gathering community interest while governments finalise where and how the 12,000 refugees will be placed in Australia."No matter how hardcore of a criminal an Armenian is, when it comes to protecting our own, we forget everything and we protect our own because we've been through a lot," Hajian said, adding that the gang and the men in the video are not representative of American or Syrian Armenians.Armenian Christians in Syria, just like the rest of the nation's small Christian minority, will have felt the threat of encroaching radicalized Sunni Muslim rebels, and their fears are not unwarranted.Obama had declared the use of such weapons a “red line.” At the time, several American ships in the Mediterranean were poised to launch missiles, only for Obama to abruptly pull back after key U. The international outcry fueled an emotional response from Trump, who appeared to abandon his much-touted “America First” vision for a stance of humanitarian intervention, akin to that of previous American leaders.“I think what happened in Syria is a disgrace to humanity,” he said Thursday.