A Syrian man who lost his eye while making weapons for the rebels outside of al Raqqa, near the Euphrates Dam, lives among other Syrian refugees in the village of Majd al-Anjar, along the Syrian border in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon, Jan. 20, 2013. Lebanon is facing a massive refugee crisis, though the Lebanon government has resisted creating a cohesive plan to deal with the influx of over 200,000 Syrians across the country. The government has refused to set up typical tent camps for refugees in the manner Turkey and Jordan have done, and so refugees are forced to live underneath commercial buildings, in makeshift tents and with families around the country. There is a pervading fear in Lebanon that the massive influx of refugees will upset Lebanon's sectarian balance--refugees are now spread throughout the country including in Christian and Shiite areas that are le
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