Despite being one of the smallest countries of the world, Lebanon ranks among the top when it comes to ethical and cultural mixture. Threw history, Lebanon was the destination for several migrants that were forced to leave their beloved country due to circumstances that were beyond their control. Nevertheless, Lebanon has repeatedly opened its borders to shelter those refugees. Ranging from the Armenians that were terrified by the ottoman's intolerance in the early 1900s, to the Palestinians that were forced to leave Palestine by the Israelis back in the 1950s, and up until nowadays with the Syrians that are escaping from the brutality of the regime, Lebanon has become a Mosaic of ethnicity and culture. Refugee immigration constitutes a subdivision of a larger entity called immigration. Plainly, immigration is the exodus or flux of foreigners into a country. In this study we will be considering another subdivision of immigration, we will be considering immigration as the flux of the labor force. Though it might not be the case for the majority of Syrians, but the war that is ravaging Syria is not the main reason behind the immigration of Syrians in Lebanon. The truth is that Syrian labor workers migrated to Lebanon long before the start of the revolution. Indeed, despite the fact that Lebanon houses thousands of unlucky refugees, it is also the destination for a multitude of labor workers ranging from the Far East to Africa with the Philippian and Ethiopian maids respectively. In the upcoming couple of paragraphs we will be accounting for the immigration of Syrian and Ethiopian labor workers to Lebanon as well as the immigration of Moroccan labor workers to Spain. These two examples are particularly interesting due to multiple facts. Moroccan, Syrian and Ethiopian immigrants are subject to the same economic and political pressures. These pressures have pushed them to leave their beloved families and go work in a foreign country where they will be subject to more serious pressures. Everything in this world has its price, and immigration is no exception. Indeed, immigrant labor workers must endure the pains that are included in this package called immigration. Though leaving your country in an adventure to gather money to be able to sustain a family back home is an extremely noble act, I believe that Syrian, Ethiopian and Moroccan labor workers should not emigrate to counter
This essay's aim is to debunk the commonly believed myth of immigration being the road to salvation by shedding light on the dark side of this phenomenon.
This study is going to be limited to a few examples only, as we cannot afford considering human flux across the world. Another limitation is the time frame, as we are going to limit this study to the current age only. We are also going to study the immigration of labor workers, so we are not going to include other type of...