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Should countries send back refugees when it is safe in their country of origin?
Countries should not send refugees back to their country of origin, even when it is safe there.
Refugees are economically good for the country they move to. Sending refugees back to their country of origin would harm the country sending them back, making it against their interests.
Other cultures, brought by refugees to the host country, are an enrichment for the host society.
It's unfair to send back refugees who have already integrated into their host country.
It is impossible to guarantee safety, for the returning refugees, in the country of origin.
Refugees value the western justice system of their host country more than the justice system of their country of origin.
Refugees came to the country for refuge not to immigrate, when conditions are safe they should be returned home/allowed to return home.
It costs a lot of money to support refugees.
Refugees are influencing the western society.
Different cultures are causing communication problems.
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