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Wednesday, 15 May 2019
AMMAN: When Abd al-Majid al-Qalamouni* first arrived in Lebanon six years ago, he felt like he was met with “empathy." “In the beginning everyone wanted to stand by your side,” al-Qalamouni tells Syria Direct. “They saw me as a human being, a refugee who’d fled war.” But that hospitality wasn’t to last.

Posted originally: 2019-05-15 04:51:00

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