A lens in the labyrinth of the refugee slums

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  • April 20, 2010

Refugee ChildrenTake a look at Za Aytiryya, the neighbourhood where Iraqi Christian refugees live in Beirut. Or take a tour the Umayyad Mosque in Damascus for a glimpse of a Muslim world. Or meet the child refugees whose lives are also on hold, waiting for resettlement.

These three slide shows give another view of the shrinking world of Iraqi refugees.

 

 

 

Refugee children




Umayyad Mosque: The Muslim World




Za Aytiryya



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