Crux reports on ACN support for Syrian Christian refugees in Lebanon

Tens of thousands of Christian refugees in Lebanon, having fled an ISIS genocide, are often slightly better off than Muslim refugees due to assistance from the local Church and global Catholic groups such as Aid to the Church in Need, but they still report harsh living conditions, mounting discrimination related to anti-refugee resentments, and a strong desire for something else—going home, settling here, or moving on. To read the full story, please click here.

Zahle, Lebanon; Ines San Martin/Crux

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