Concerns over unwarranted backlash against refugees

(3 News)
(3 News)

Agencies in Paris that are set up to support incoming Syrian refugees say they're concerned politicians around the world are using the recent terror attacks as an excuse not to take in their allocated quota of asylum seekers.

Hungary's parliament has said it will go to the European Court of Justice with a legal challenge against a mandatory quota scheme to resettle 16,000 refugees around Europe. 

A recent Syrian migrant living in Paris, Mohammed Alkakhri, says there has been an unwarranted backlash against Muslims since the terror attacks which threatens the safety of those still trapped in Syria.

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