Despite the presence of Hezbollah, over 100,000 Syrian refugees live in south Lebanon, often for economic reasons. While outwardly they may appear to have adapted to the environment, inwardly most live in great private fear, estranged not just from their homeland but themselves.
اللاجئون السوريون في لبنان
Macabre thoughts haunt Syrian writer Rustom Mahmoud as he finds himself in cold Paris. But if he leaves to feel alive again, what city would have him?
Doha Hassan writes about the details of her adaptation to the new life in her new exile, which she has yet to like and get used to, with her eyes ever fixated on that far away place she was forced to leave.