Mar. 3 - Syrians who fled to Lebanon to escape the violence in their country wait at the border to go back home. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Syrians at the border near Lebanon. While many continue to flee the country -- others are coming home. A young boy says it was lonely in Lebanon. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SYRIAN BOY ABDALLAH, SAYING: "Lebanon is not beautiful. They did not treat us well. Nobody talked to us or to our parents." A woman is relieved to come home. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SYRIAN WOMAN AMIRA MUBARAK, SAYING: "No place is more beautiful than our country. I was saying that I was happy once I arrived in Syria. No place is more beautiful. May God bring back security and safety." Lebanon's interior minister said Thursday that Syrian refugees have become a security threat because of suspicion that many are in fact rebel fighters.