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O mankind We created
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|| Tuesday: January 19: 2021 || ά. Syrian refugees in Arsal, a Lebanese town on the border with Syria, do not have adequate shelters to withstand the harsh winter months, Human Rights Watch said today, releasing a video showing their dire living conditions. More than 15,000 Syrian refugees in Arsal are experiencing their second winter since a 2019 order from the Higher Defense Council, which is chaired by the President and responsible for implementing national defense strategy, required them to dismantle their shelters.

The order has forced them to live without adequate roofs and insulation, exposed to harsh winter conditions, including, sub-zero temperatures and flooding. “Living conditions for the Syrian refugees living in Arsal forced to dismantle their shelters in 2019 remain dire.” said Ms Michelle Randhawa, the Refugee and Migrant Rights Senior Co-ordinator at Human Rights Watch. “Their situation, compounded by Covid-19 movement restrictions, threatens their safety and their very lives.” In November and December 2020, Human Rights Watch researchers returned to Arsal to interview seven refugees, first interviewed during the summer of 2019 to assess the impact of the demolitions on their standard of living and, in particular, on their access to adequate shelter during the winter months.