Of the 4.7 million Iraqis displaced by the war, 100,000 have been relocated, one-third of those to the U.S. The Guardian echoes calls to expedite refugee processing and to provide counselling services. "Misguided as the invasion was, I don't think this was quite what the Bush administration had in mind for Iraqis when they embarked on Operation Iraqi Freedom. But what's done is done and unless we are content with a status quo that amounts to 'our war, their problem', it is now up to the Obama administration to take seriously our moral responsibility to help rebuild the lives that have been destroyed."