In the first in a series on the aftermath of the 21st century’s most devastating conflict, refugees from the seven-year war say they are hugely sceptical about claims that it is safe to return home

Each day for as long as he can remember, Abu Ahmed, a Syrian merchant, has hawked Qur’anic pamphlets in central Beirut, one eye out for a buyer and another for the police.

My town is filled with regime forces and thugs. How do they expect me to return?

Continue reading…

Read More ‘We ​can’t go back’: Syria’s refugees fear for their future after war

Facebook Comments