Turkey Deports Syrian Refugees

A Turkish police officer tries to comfort Syrian migrant Hayat Sabir Burhan, himself a survivor, as the bodies of his 3-year-old son Yusuf and his wife Ahlan, 32, arrive at the hospital's morgue in the coastal town of Bodrum, Turkey, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. Turkey's coast guard says that 17 migrants have drowned after a vessel carrying them toward Greece sank in the Aegean Sea. A further 21 people - mostly Syrians - were rescued. Bodrum, long a popular tourist destination, has become a key jumping off point for migrants seeking to reach Europe.
A Turkish police officer tries to comfort Syrian migrant Hayat Sabir Burhan, himself a survivor, as the bodies of his 3-year-old son Yusuf and his wife Ahlan, 32, arrive at the hospital's morgue in the coastal town of Bodrum, Turkey, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. Turkey's coast guard says that 17 migrants have drowned after a vessel carrying them toward Greece sank in the Aegean Sea. A further 21 people - mostly Syrians - were rescued. Bodrum, long a popular tourist destination, has become a key jumping off point for migrants seeking to reach Europe. Kent TV / AP Photo
A Turkish police officer tries to comfort Syrian migrant Hayat Sabir Burhan, himself a survivor, as the bodies of his 3-year-old son Yusuf and his wife Ahlan, 32, arrive at the hospital's morgue in the coastal town of Bodrum, Turkey, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. Turkey's coast guard says that 17 migrants have drowned after a vessel carrying them toward Greece sank in the Aegean Sea. A further 21 people - mostly Syrians - were rescued. Bodrum, long a popular tourist destination, has become a key jumping off point for migrants seeking to reach Europe.
A Turkish police officer tries to comfort Syrian migrant Hayat Sabir Burhan, himself a survivor, as the bodies of his 3-year-old son Yusuf and his wife Ahlan, 32, arrive at the hospital's morgue in the coastal town of Bodrum, Turkey, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015. Turkey's coast guard says that 17 migrants have drowned after a vessel carrying them toward Greece sank in the Aegean Sea. A further 21 people - mostly Syrians - were rescued. Bodrum, long a popular tourist destination, has become a key jumping off point for migrants seeking to reach Europe. Kent TV / AP Photo

Turkey Deports Syrian Refugees

There’s a new article in Foriegn Policy called “Turkey’s Deportation Policy Is Killing Syrian Refugees.” Joining us are the authors, Sarah Hunaidi. a Syrian writer and member of the Syrian Women’s Political Movement, and Kareem Chehayeb, a Lebanese journalist and researcher based in Beirut. We’ll hear about the policies affecting refugees in Turkey, and why so many have been sent back to Syria where the war rages on.