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Mohammad (2) stands before his foil tent in Bekaa Valley, Lebanon where he’s lived his entire life. Mohammad’s parents, Hassan (30) and Fatima (29) left their home in Turkan, Syria due to excessive bombings in 2011. Hassan and Fatima have another son, Yehya (9) and two daughters Alya (7) and Riham (4). Hassan once supported
Rafea (24) holding her newborn daughter (10-days-old), stands with her three other children, Maha (4, daughter), Mohamad (2, son) and Baraa (1, daughter). Rafea lives in a tent with nine total including her husband Houssein and their three nieces. Her niece Khaled (25) is pictured. The Mounif family is originally from Ashrafiya in Aleppo, Syria.
Soad (13) and Yousra (12) in Taalabaya, Lebanon on November 6th, 2015. Soad and Yousra lived in Allepo, Syria and left with their family two-years ago do to bombings in their neighborhood. Their father Serif El Deen (39) was working full time in a cement factory and now finds occasional work on construction projects in
Hamudi (4) once lived in Aleppo with his parents and two siblings. After a sniper moved into the building next-door, life for Hamudi’s family became dangerous. They mostly stayed at home for fear of being shot. The sniper occasionally shot incendiary bullets to start fires, and after the family fled their home, it was burned down.
Ziad Al Antoz and Mona Metheb Al khodor are the parents of seven children: three daughters (ages 7, 12, 13), and four sons (ages 4, 9, 10, 14). After Ziad witnessed the horrific death of his two brothers, one killed by the regime, the other by a tank shell, the family fled Syria for Lebanon. They