One Man Village (Semaan Bil Day'ia)
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One Man Village (Semaan Bil Day'ia)
Ain el-Halazoun is a village in Lebanon not far from Beirut, which was once home to a small but thriving community of farmers. But that was before civil war tore Lebanon apart between 1975 and 1990; Ain el-Halazoun was caught in the midst of the fighting, and eventually all the village's inhabitants moved away. Today, Ain el-Halazoun has just one permanent resident, Semaan El Habre, who has come to the village that was once his family's home to start the dairy farm he's always wanted. However, while some move to the country to get away from the noise and crowds of the city, El… More