http://www.npr.org/sections/paralle...fugees-needs-are-growing-and-aid-is-decliningThe sheer number of Syrian refugees on the move is straining humanitarian aid agencies. The United Nations' main refugee agency, the office of the U.N. High Commissioner on Refugees, says it is financially broke, making it difficult to help millions of Syrians living in refugee camps in neighboring countries. Aid workers say the deteriorating situation in the camps is forcing more refugees to make the long and difficult trek to Europe.
Looks like to me it would be cheaper to give aid to the refugees in Turkey, Jordon and other places they are held up rather than having them overwhelm a country entering it illegally. Look at the cost of guarding a border and deportation not to mention housing, medical, food, hiring extra people to do all of this.
Which with 60 million refugees world wide taking care of them long term might be impossible. People seem to be tired of giving.