After numerous notices about the ALEXA that will hit Lebanon this week, a person cannot but to pray for the refugee coming from Syria trying to find a shelter for them in either Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey.

With this cold weather, a big number of initiative started to help those refugee, with at least a goal to supply good winter clothe to everyone in need.

That’s why, I want to dedicate this post, to ask each one of you who can spare some clothes, to contact POW, or me directly, and if you are in Beirut or near Beirut, I can come personally to pick up the boxes.

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A heavy snowstorm (Alexa) batters the region, Beirut, Lebanon. (Bilal Hussein
A heavy snowstorm (Alexa) batters the region, Beirut, Lebanon. (Bilal Hussein
A Syrian refugee child plays on a pile of fire wood on the outskirts of the southern coastal city of Sidon where some refugees have set-up home. (MAHMOUD ZAYYAT/AP)
Monica Prieto (L), the wife of El Mundo correspondent Javier Espinosa, Iraqi journalist Ghaith Abdul-Ahad (C) and Ayman Mhanna (R), director of the Samir Kassir Eyes Center which defends journalist’s rights, give a press conference at the Samir Kassir offices in Beirut hours after El Mundo newspaper announced the kidnapping of two Spanish journalists; Espinosa and freelance photographer Ricardo Garcia Vilanova. A radical group linked to Al-Qaeda kidnapped two Spanish journalists reporting in Syria in September and is holding them captive, according to El Mundo newspaper. (AFP  / STR)
Miss Lebanon 2013 Karen Ghrawi (C) stands next to television presenters Zahi Webhe (R) and Rabia Zayyat around a giant Christmas tree as they welcome the holiday season in downtown Beirut. (Mohamed Azakir/REUTERS)
Syrian refugees tents in Ersal, Lebanon. (Sara Assaf/twitter)
Dozens of Palestinian refugees and supporters protested in front of the (ESCWA) in Beirut,Lebanon, against the “Braver Project”, which Israel aims to control approximately 800 thousand acres of the land area of ​​the Negev in southern Israel. (Bilal Jawich/Anadolu ajansi)
Lebanese Radio broadcaster Rima Njeim broke Guinness World Records by hosting a radio talk show for more than 40 hrs and 7 min. The goal of the continuous broadcasting was primarily humanitarian and aimed at collecting donations of about $ 20 000 dollars for a girl named Larissa whose family is poor and who needed surgery urgently for heart valve. (yalibnan)
Lebanese Radio broadcaster Rima Njeim broke Guinness World Records by hosting a radio talk show for more than 40 hrs and 7 min. The goal of the continuous broadcasting was primarily humanitarian and aimed at collecting donations of about $ 20 000 dollars for a girl named Larissa whose family is poor and who needed surgery urgently for heart valve. (yalibnan)
The "Beirut International Book Exhibition" opened its door this week. The 57 edition of this exhibit will be showing books from 210 local and international publishing houses. (Bilal Jawich/Anadolu ajansi)
The “Beirut International Book Exhibition” opened its door this week. The 57 edition of this exhibit will be showing books from 210 local and international publishing houses. (Bilal Jawich/Anadolu ajansi)

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