Barbara said “if bombs couldn’t get me out, stones definitely won’t,” remaining adamant about staying in the house in spite of its current condition.(The Daily Star/Hashem Osseiran)
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The owner of an old Mar Mikhael residence came back home Friday to find her bedroom partially demolished, after construction next door mistakenly tore down the walls of her upper story.Now the walls of its bedroom and living room are wide open to the street after construction equipment recklessly pulled out metal infrastructure holding the walls.Barbara pointed at three metal columns holding up what remains of the cracked roof, adding that "the construction workers put these [rods] here yesterday so the whole thing won't collapse".The elderly home owner recollected her days in the house during the war, stressing that the property's strong foundations allowed the 100 year old house to survive through years of heavy bombings and gun shots.
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