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11 August 2020
By: Tha’er Dabdoub, Head of the AMAN Medical Association in Burj Al-Barajneh camp When the explosion occurred, I was in the camp. First, I checked on my family, neighbours, colleagues and people from the camp. The picture of what happened was not clear. Then we drove an...
11 August 2020
At first glance, we thought that an explosion occurred near the camp or on its borders. There were many suggestions and rumors about it and after we confirmed the information, we immediately contacted the Lebanese Civil Defense to coordinate
08 August 2020
I was on Gemayzeh street in Mar Michail, Beirut around 6 p.m. preparing my carpentry tools when I heard the first explosion. I rushed inside the shop and heard the second explosion just a few seconds later. The blast tore the iron door of shop out and it hit me in the face...
08 August 2020
As Palestine refugees living and working in camps in Lebanon, we cannot distance ourselves from the events that impact our host country. Despite the hardship we face in refugee camps, Lebanon is still our second home, the country we grew up in.
08 August 2020
It was just after 6 p.m. in a hotel in Badaro, Beirut. I was taking a short break with a friend after long hours spent filming for a show. What first felt like an earthquake quickly turned into the loud familiar sound of bombing. There was shattered glass everywhere...