If any documentary-maker or journalist cared to be REALLY politically-incorrect, they'd show the idiotic fallacy of promoting a Christian brand of accepted refugee.
What might be envisioned--or documented--is a long line of card-carrying Christians who left enormous casualties in their wake.
How about General Sherman burning the south. A Christian, right?
How about all those Southern Klansman that no doubt attended their local churches when they weren't out lynching uppity Blacks?
How about Eric Prince under the fatal delusion that all his kill counts represent homage to Jesus?
How about Dylan (whatever his name) who had the audacity to shoot Black fellow Bible Study acquaintances inside their own church?
How about American Sniper, himself, luxuriating in blood-lust aimed at a particular religious group?
And so on.
When will Christians--who arguably are the entity with the MOST blood on their hands--take a look in the damned mirror? And when will the religious authorities that wear "this team brand" honestly assess the deeds of their flocks, and cease and desist from blasphemous claims that it pleases "god" when they KILL in his name.
The spiritual evolution of the human race--beyond the endless rites of bloody conflict--is held back substantially by fundamentalist followers of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. But Christianity--starting with Rome's use of the sword to arguably spread the teachings of the cross top the list!
The Vatican's sponsored blood-rites stained all of the Americas from Canada down to Brazil and all captive points between. Five centuries of carnage...
THIS is not human nature: it's how religious ideology conditions people to think that brutal acts somehow are commensurate with religious fealty.
Yes! Syrians should be let in as a penance for all the destruction that spilled over into their land as a result (in large measure) of U.S military-sponsored killing fields across the border in Iraq.