Lebanese Woman hosts Syrian Refugees on her land

Humanity at its best. Courtesy of UNHCR, a very touching short video and great witness to a family’s kind heart.

“For more than a year, Foddiyé has been hosting Syrian refugee families on her land in Lebanon. This year, she and her Syrian lodgers have been eating the Ramadan evening meal together as one family.

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Credit: UNHCR's Facebook Page "What an act of generosity. Foddiye, left, and her husband currently host 7 Syrian refugee families rent-free on their land in Lebanon. It's the Islamic month of fasting, Ramadan, and here she is picking vegetables from her garden with Abou, a Syrian refugee, for Iftar, the meal that opens the fast.  Foddiye says, “This is the most beautiful Ramadan I have spent in 20 years.” Here's a video that explains why: http://rfg.ee/nnhUu  For more photos of refugees and Ramadan: http://rfg.ee/nnhEs"
Credit: UNHCR’s Facebook Page
“What an act of generosity. Foddiye, left, and her husband currently host 7 Syrian refugee families rent-free on their land in Lebanon. It’s the Islamic month of fasting, Ramadan, and here she is picking vegetables from her garden with Abou, a Syrian refugee, for Iftar, the meal that opens the fast.
Foddiye says, “This is the most beautiful Ramadan I have spent in 20 years.”
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  1. it makes u believe in ppl again 🙂 btw, israel takes syrian ppl that were hurt, put them in hospitals, take care of them, and let them go back..

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