Sorry Ezzat, I am not Syrian but I allow myself to start the discussion. The question is what kind of guarantees will the winners (whoever they are...notice the plural!) give to the refugees that there will be no retaliation against them?
Where will they go? To their destroyed homes and cities? Who will help them to build up a new existence in their home country when they spent the last few years trying hard to learn Norwegian, German, French , Italian?
Maybe the numerous refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt (the three Arabic countries who generously welcomed them) will go back and build up refugee camps in their own country. What about the Syrians who are displaced in their homeland? It will take a long time to heal all the wounds.
But Lebanon was able to end a long civil war and rebuild a country in the respect of its diversity. Europe is living in peace since 72 years, at the exception of the cruel war in ex Yugoslavia . So do other countries who were involved in WWII like Japan which was the victim of nuclear bombing.
Humankind seems capable of the worst atrocities and then move on and reconstruct, though the human price is quite high. Every time people say “never again!” .