>The biggest complaint is that foreigners take American Jobs
Refugees cannot work here, I don't know exactly how it is in other European countries, but I think it is the same situation.
>Actually, the KURDS in the North have a thoroughly modern
>society up there.
But don't forget that Saddam doesn't like the Kurds, neither does Turkey. There are a lot of Kurds in Europe who fled for the armies of Turkey and Iraq hunting for them. Currently it is a bit more quiet since Iraq has a different problem. They built a modern society there, but they are not safe. You can compare it in some way with Israel and the Palestines.
>Most IRAQI defectors and refugees will return to IRAQ
A lot of Iraqi refugees are currently in Europe and a lot will come when the war starts. Probably a lot of them will return, but fact is that when they are here, we have to take care of them. And that will take a lot of money and organisation.
>Personally, I don't believe in National Religions or Languages.
>Just use whatever most people use.
English is the most used language. I guess this also counts for Europe, with German as a good second one. The problem is that in Europe there still are a lot of people who don't speak English. A lot of refugees are send to asylum centres (correct English?) on the countryside, where not everyone masters English very well. So they still have to learn the basics national language.
>The government even offers a cash bonus to return home
Same here. They can get some money and a ticket home. But the real refugees, those who fled from their countries because of something like a war, don't. They want a safe place to stay, not a cash bonus and a ticket back home into the war.
>I'ld like to add that some countries need immigrant( educated
>and trained ) because they don't have a big population...
Often it is not the size of the population, but the composition of the population. You need certain people, like medical experts, in your country. If you don't have them, you need to get them.
So the size does not really matter. For example, the Netherlands has about the same area as Danmark. Danmark has about 5.5 million people, the Netherlands have a bit more than 16 million. So in this context we have a big population, but we do have a lack of people working in education and care.