I think they should be in direct contact with their communities here and overseas, communicating with them.
One Free World International had a petition, and we met with the Minister of Immigration—he is a great man—and we presented to him a proposal to bring 400 Yazidi girls to Canada. Until now there has been no answer on our proposal, to the point that we had to have a petition signed in front of me in English and French in order to bring these 400 to 500 Yazidi girls, and until now they are not here.
What we can do is to start to listen to the NGOs, and start to listen to the people on the ground in order to be in contact with these groups to know their exact need and to bring them here.
When we are helping the non-vulnerable, I don't know why it's so bad to.... They keep saying that we have to be religion blind. Why? If they are persecuted because of their religion, why don't you want to see it? This is one thing I don't understand. There is nothing wrong with that.
Anyway, that's my answer. Thank you.