This is an excellent Canadian debate concerning the refugee crisis. Mark Steyn in particular is, as always, so well worth listening to. This is a full 90 minute video but it does offer a good exposure to the common arguments.
Louise Arbour, though a former Canadian Supreme Court Justice and Commissioner of the UN High Commission for Human Rights, uses a flexible and imprecise definition of "refugee", using it interchangeably with "asylum seeker" and even "migrant". She should know better. As is so often the case the pro-refugee side of the debate tends to be high on emotion and short on facts. Arbour says she is unaware of Christians being excluded from refugee quotas. That is correct, she is indeed unaware that this is happening. However there is both written and anecdotal evidence of exactly that occurring. I have personally talked with two Christians working with refugees in Jordan who told me that Christians are not able to stay in the refugee camps because of the threat of violence & death from Muslims who hate them simply for being Christian. If people can't stay in the Camps they can't be designated Refugees by the UN. If they are not officially designated as Refugees they cannot be shepherded into Europe. Many of Arbour's statements are simply admissions of ignorance and should not be understood as an informed defence.
At the commencment of the debate 77% of the audience were in favour of bringing in refugees. By the end that had dropped to 55%. Well worth watching for its breadth - and Steyn.