The homeless of Damascus

Abu Moyhi Al Deen is a former grocer in Al Hajar Al Aswad, a one-time high density poor neighborhood of Damascus, held by Syrian rebels since 2012.

His vegetable shack was neatly poised on the corner of “Street 30” of the nearby Yarmouk Palestinian Refugee Camp, once a hotbed for Hamas and Fateh, now controlled by ISIS-affiliated militants. Read more