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Lebanon

Days before their flight to Toronto, Selam Nega and her young son were barred from leaving Beirut.
A Canadian-based NGO has found creative ways to counter childhood trauma.
The singer is working with designer Zuhair Murad in a fundraiser for disaster relief in Lebanon.
Selam Nega and her young son have endured crisis after crisis, waiting for word from Canada.
Two blasts in the capital of Beirut killed over 100 people and left thousands more injured.
Climate change is making them more frequent and intense.
The Ontario poet’s #MeToo story was featured on CBS News and The New York Times.
I was 13 when I asked my father for the first time if I could leave Lebanon and go to France to pursue my education. At the
Canadians have good reason to question the government's "security" justification for the refusal.
People engaged in conflict need to develop a language of grief. Religion has traditionally offered one, but in Israel's early years people weren't looking for the old mourning rituals that Judaism had to offer. Neither were they particularly interested in warlike language - "warriors," "glory," and so forth. They turned instead to the natural world.