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Residents of the northern district of Akkar are romantics; they wake early to see the sun rise and stay up to watch the stars in the night sky with a lullaby made up of the sounds of streams and creeks.Bzibina is one such town.A portrait of his late father, Abu Ayoub, known around the town as a generous, selfless man, hangs in the house.None of the family have ever lived outside their village, which lies at the bottom of the famed Qamoua mountain reserve. Ayoub and Rajia leave for the Akkar capital of Halba for work in the morning and return in the afternoon. Isabelle calmly ignores him, perhaps a result of her years of teaching at the public school only a couple of meters away from the house.She says she too is addicted to the village, even though two of her three children no longer live in Bzibina.
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