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...y, they should be handled through programs that help the refugees adapt to their new home, find jobs, and educate the children. Ubuntu hold that each refugee is a valuable human being and places faith in their goodness of their souls; it a duty to show respect to these strangers by welcoming them in their time of need. The risks are handled by expecting them to contribute to and respect the community, through jobs and relationships. Refugees are worthy of this chance, and the community is worthy of any good souls that can benefit it and therefore all who are a part of it. While the issue is complicated, is it forces a choice between an obligation to our innocent fellow human beings and personal needs and security, but these three ethical systems are able to thoroughly interpret each factor in their own way, and support their own resolutions from their interpretation.
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