Yeah. I worked with a friend of mine on his books about the region and the troubles there. And then I married a Jew with a very pro-Israel father, who isn't blind to the myriad issues there, but is nonetheless very pro-Israel.
I know so many families who have left their home countries, and relocated somewhere with greater opportunity and fewer chances to die. And they miss their home countries, but they love their adopted ones, whether it is Sweden, Canada, Britain, USA, or Australia.
The world is a big place. Moving to another part of it is a big decision... but so is choosing to stay. At some point, the math just has to tip the scales... but that point is going to be different for every individual.
No easy answers, that's for sure.