What is there in the mind of humans that makes them so grappled with faith and fervor about a current struggle, which allows them to startle violence against the rest of humanity? Well, this is one of the reasons why Reza Aslan argues in How to Win a Cosmic War that the war on terror is a “Cosmic War.”
Imagine being all alone, detached from your home and possibly your family. Fleeing from inevitable issues, wondering when you can ever return home. In present time, that is how life is for nearly fifty-million children around the world, according to a recent UNICEF—United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund—report. Notably, the reasoning for there being so many suffering children refugees is the impact of certain areas fraught of great political and economic disruption. With continually increasing rates of children refugees, it is fundamental to understand how this refugee crisis will not only impact the children.