Syrian refugees in Lebanon receive the blessed Eid al-Fitr between suffering the pain of harsh life in the camps, and the hope of living in dignity in the country that has received them since the events in their country began a decade ago.
The “Sanad” lens toured the Bahnin camp in Akkar (North Lebanon), where she met dozens of children who were playing and laughter did not leave their faces near their tents, wishing that their conditions would change on this Eid. Read also .. Al-Jazeera Net hosted by displaced Syrians over Ramadan Iftar Video: The Syrian elderly, Fasih Hendawi, is a journey of suffering from Palmyra prison to the Syrian revolution Despite the harshness of the displacement, in the video, a hundred-year-old Syrian woman continues to fast From the “cave” of Ghouta to the Security Council … get to know the Syrian pediatrician, Amani Ballour
While most of the Syrian refugees from the camp do not have the ability to buy clothes or Eid gifts for their children, most of the children are waiting for organizations and associations to provide them with what makes them happy on this occasion.
One of the girls told Sanad agency, “I am waiting for the Eid to get an Eid.” One of the children, who was less than 7 years old, demanded a gift for the occasion of the Eid.
Another refugee child confirmed in a statement to Sanad, “Since we were displaced from Syria, we have not been happy with Eid. We want donations to be happy this year.”
The hope of the refugees remains, despite the various hardships and difficulties, to return to a homeland they were forced to leave due to the brutality of the regime that forced them to flee their land, but the insistence on return remains the only constant.
More than a million Syrian refugees registered with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees live in Lebanon, while the Lebanese government estimates their number at one and a half million refugees, against the backdrop of the war in their country since 2011.