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n Jal el Bahar, a Palestinian Bedouin gathering established itself (on the run from the 48 War) on a small strip of coast in South Lebanon. Refusing to be placed in refugee camps as they wanted to continue their bedouin lifestyle--the community is again under threat as Lebanese authorities want to push them off of the prime sea location. With few UNRWA services on location, they find most of their needs in the sea itself--washing and food. Every night, the only view on their front porch is the sea that took them from their historic home in Palestine.