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Heavy Storm in Lebanon Makes Life Harder For Syrian Refugees

Jamila Mohammad, a Syrian refugee in her 50s, worked hard with help from her four children to fix the tent, which was destroyed by the heavy storm that hit Lebanon over the past few days.

Snowstorm in Lebanon

As Jamila was removing snow from the top of her tent, she told Xinhua that she has been trying hard to protect her children from frosty cold in the absence of heating diesel which has soared in price given the unprecedented financial crisis.

The woman, who fled Syria’s war to Bar Elias camp in Lebanon’s Bekaa region, said the snowstorm exacerbated her family’s suffering. The winds and snow almost broke the tent, with heavy rain leaking into her shelter and wetting mattresses and pillows.

“I have a feeling that death is chasing us everywhere,” she said miserably.

Lebanon and surrounding countries were hit by a strong snowstorm for about a week with temperatures dropping to below zero in some areas and snow falling in regions with heights reaching about 300 meters above sea level, according to its Meteorological Department.

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