A school for Syrian refugees for 250 people was opened in Lebanon with funds raised by the charitable foundation "Zakat" of the Religious Board of Muslims of the Russian Federation, the organization's website reported.
"On November 11, a school for children living in the camp opened in the Bekaa Valley region of Lebanon on the border with Syria. The building, designed for 250 students, was built and equipped with funds raised by the charitable foundation Zakat of the Religious Board of Muslims of Russia. In the future, it is planned to build a playground near the school," the report says.
It is also reported that a management delegation headed by Moscow Mufti Ildar Alyautdinov came to Lebanon. "A delegation of Russian Muslims visited five camps of Syrian refugees and provided assistance to 250 families. About 1500 people received warm clothes, blankets and food. The delegation also met with orphans, who are under the care of the Zakat Foundation, and they were given basic necessities," said the press service.
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Based on materials from RIA Novosti