Running From Syria, Hated In Lebanon: The Plight Of Refugees In Beirut


When xenophobia is so pervasive that even the aid workers hired to help you, fear you…

“If I hear that there are Syrian refugees living in my area, I would be upset,” said Nadia Abou Naccoul, a psychologist who works with refugees in Arsal, a city on the border with Syria. “It’s our country. If Syrians came here, they would take over.”


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