I am curious, and I know we can't get political, so PLEASE everyone remember that, but what is the general feeling in your part of the world about the influx of refugees from Syria and other Middle-Eastern countries? Here in the US, we don't really get any word on what your people, who are much closer to the situation, think about it. I DO know that there is a large segment of the US populous who feel it is more of an invasion than a migration...that there is some underlying plan to get large numbers of Muslim people to non-Muslim countries and basically win a war of attrition...wearing down other countries by demanding more and more freedom of religion until they simply take over. Now, I consider that borderline conspiracy theory nonsense...but the fear is there for a lot of folks, not to mention the fear that jihadists will simply "blend in" with the other migrants and cross the borders undetected. The argument is: Why don't they go to other Middle-Eastern countries that are not war-torn like Saudi Arabia? Why aren't they staying the Turkey? Why are they going to Europe? We're thousands of miles away - so I'm just curious what Europeans are thinking about it? Really, my biggest concern, other than for the horrible conditions these people endure, is that it must be a terrible strain on public services in general, the sudden influx of people!