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Aya, Iman and Abdel Al Rahman
In April of 2014, a rocket destroyed Aya, Iman and Abdel Al Rahman’s home in Syria. Four of their ten siblings were killed in the blast, and their father disappeared. Their mother, Shamsa, was left to care for the remaining family on her own. Now living in Lebanon, Shamsa and her kids are in dire need of support.
Maha Qassem’s family of 7 was forced to flee Syria because the war and conflict made them fear for their lives. They first went to the Turkish- Syrian border but the family was struggling with the language and lack of support. They left for Greece and arrived in February of 2016. They have now lived in
“I lived in the city of Aleppo with my family. In the beginning of the war, the region was bombed heavily by shells. We were scared for our lives. A piece of shrapnel broke into our home and hit my husband in the leg. After that, we left everything and fled to Lebanon. Here in
Bashar is from Ras Al Nabaa in Banyas. At the beginning of the crisis, most of Bashar’s family was killed and he was just lucky enough to make it to Lebanon before the massacre in his village occurred. He entered Lebanon in the Fall of 2011 directly to Abou Samra, Tripoli in North Lebanon. He
Marwa has not seen her husband Raje since 2015. They both worked as teachers in Deir ez-Zur, Syria until an extremist group took control of the area. The group requested Raje begin teaching their guidelines, which were based on violence and killing, to the children. He refused and his only option was to flee, leaving
Dalal (28) with her mother Mariam (64) and her niece Ghazyeh (7) outside their tent in Lebanon. Dalal lived a peaceful life with her family in Al Jnenah, Syria until one day while out of town working a harvest, received news that her home was destroyed by a bomb. Her brother Yasser died in the