In Lebanon, some politicians and the press foment anger against Syrian refugees, blaming them for widespread unemployment and lack of resources. And after a month and a half of daily protests, a deepening financial crisis and increased insecurity, aid for refugees is dwindling and deportations are on the rise. But as VOA’s Heather Murdock reports from the Bekkaa Valley, many families say no matter how bad it gets here, they cannot go home to Syria.
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