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Fighting first erupted in Syria after the 2011 Arab Spring and has intensified since then in key cities including Aleppo.The horrors of the Syrian war were splashed across the front pages of newspapers around the world last week with the image of five-year-old Omran Daqneesh, who was photographed sitting dazed and bloodied in the back of an ambulance after an apparent air strike in Aleppo."I don't want to get married; I don't want to have children. Isn't it shameful that I'm 14 years old and I have to marry a 45-year-old man? Those who can afford rent live in rooms or houses, while the most impoverished occupy ad hoc settlements that have sprung up in and around northern towns such as Arsal.According to UNHCR, 78 percent of Syrian refugees in Lebanon are women and children.These circumstances ensure that the majority of Syrian refugees are also the most vulnerable.Reports of sexual harassment and assault of women and girls, sometimes by other Syrians, but mostly at the hands of local men, have dogged settlements in Lebanon, Jordan, and Egypt for some time.
The boy sits alone, stunned, before two more children are brought into the vehicle. Last year, international sympathy for victims of Syria's war was heightened by a photo of a drowned 3-year-old refugee from Syria, Aylan Kurti, washed up on a Turkish tourist beach.
She says she's just been engaged to a wealthy Lebanese man from the town, but she's dreading the union because her future husband is 45 years old. estimates that just under 500,000 registered refugees have crossed the border into Lebanon since the Syrian conflict started in March 2011.
"I'm marrying him so things will be better," Maya says. Individuals and families fleeing Syria are now scattered across the country, but the largest number of refugees is concentrated in the Bekaa Valley.
This gender disparity is at least partially due to the high number of male casualties resulting from the conflict.
In addition, many men have elected to continue fighting in Syria instead of fleeing to Lebanon and other neighboring countries.At least 470,000 civilians re believed to have died in the conflict between President Bashar al-Assad’s forces, rebels and Islamist terror groups.