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  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177305.jpg
    View of Al-Qaa, small christian village situated at the Syrian border in the north of Lebanon. The islamist group Daesh (ISIS) is implanted since four years in the adjacent mountains.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177306.jpg
    View of Al-Qaa, small christian village situated at the Syrian border in the north of Lebanon. The islamist group Daesh (ISIS) is implanted since four years in the adjacent mountains.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177307.jpg
    Commemorative signs are disposed next to the church of the village. The 17th of June 2016, a wave of terrorist attacks perpetrated by Daesh shook the village. 8 inhabitants lost their lives.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177308.jpg
    Commemorative signs are disposed next to the church of the village. The 17th of June 2016, a wave of terrorist attacks perpetrated by Daesh shook the village. Five inhabitants lost their lives.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177309.jpg
    Place of the attacks of June 2016 perpetrated by the 8 kamikazes of Daesh.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177310.jpg
    Place of the attacks of June 2016 perpetrated by the 8 kamikazes of Daesh.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177311.jpg
    Church of Saint-Maroun in the village.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177312.jpg
    Church of Saint-Maroun in the village.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177313.jpg
    Sunday mass conducted by father Elian Nasrallah. The attacks consolidated the faith of the inhabitants.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177314.jpg
    Sunday mass conducted by father Elian Nasrallah. The attacks consolidated the faith of the inhabitants.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177315.jpg
    Portrait of Amalia Wadad in her house. Her husband was among the victims of the attacks of June 2016. After hearing a first explosion, he went to help the victim. there, a second terrorist pretended to hug him, and detonated his explosive belt.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177316.jpg
    Portrait of Amalia Wadad and her son Elias, 18 years old. Like many inhabitants of the village since the attacks, Elias got weapons to protect his family from Daesh, implanted in the mountains nearby.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177317.jpg
    Telephone and wallet of Amalia's husband, that he had on him during the attack that took his life away.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177318.jpg
    Amalia holding to a shirt of her husband in her home.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177319.jpg
    Amalia in front of pictures of her family and her husband, deceased during the attacks.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177320.jpg
    Elias Wadad posing in his room with the guns he got after the attacks to protect his family. His room has a view on the mountains where Daesh is implanted.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177321.jpg
    Elias Wadad posing in his room with the guns he got after the attacks to protect his family. His room has a view on the mountains where Daesh is implanted.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177322.jpg
    Like many inhabitants, Amalia's son got weapons to protect his family. He often gets out with them and dream about revenge.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177323.jpg
    Amalia during a religious ceremony of the village. Since the attacks, her faith is stronger, and she's more active in the christian community of Qaa.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177324.jpg
    House of Farah Nasrallah, with a portrait of her husband deceased during the June 2016 attacks, erected as a martyr on the front of the building.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177325.jpg
    Farah Nasrallah, widdow of Boulos El Ahmar, deceased during the attacks in Qaa in June 2016.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177326.jpg
    Farah Nasrallah holds a shirt of her deceased husband at her home.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177327.jpg
    A statue of Virgin Mary in Farah's home.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177328.jpg
    Portraits of Farah's husband, deceased during the attacks, as a martyr.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177329.jpg
    Farah's youngest daughter holds on to the teddy bear that her father gave her a few days before his death. She still asks everyday when he will come back.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177330.jpg
    Portrait of Father Elian Nasrallah, priest of Qaa.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177331.jpg
    Portrait of Father Elian Nasrallah, priest of Qaa.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177332.jpg
    Militaries drive by the church a few days before the offensive against Daesh, implanted in the nearby mountains.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177333.jpg
    The church overlooks the rest of the village and plays a central role. The Saint-Elias statue is seen. Apparently, the head of one of the terrorist ended up at its feet during the attacks.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177334.jpg
    The security has being reinforced since a few weeks in Qaa, since the Lebanese Army is preparing an offensive against Daesh implanted in the adjacent mountains. The religious ceremonies notably are under systematic military surveillance.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177335.jpg
    Militaries watch the church during the Assomption mass in Qaa.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177336.jpg
    In addition to militaries, policemen watch the mass and the church during the Assomption ceremony in Qaa.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177337.jpg
    Despite Daesh's presence a few kilometres away, and the bombings on their positions by the Lebanese Forces, Father Elian and the mayor Bachir Mattar decided to celebrate the Assomption ceremony in the uphills of the village, at the feet of the Virgin mary statue. it's the first celebration since four years because of security reasons.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177338.jpg
    Ceremony of the Assomption celebration under high military surveillance in the uphills of Qaa, during the first days of the offesive launched against Daesh in the adjacent mountains.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177339.jpg
    Ceremony of the Assomption celebration in the uphills of Qaa, during the first days of the offesive launched against Daesh in the adjacent mountains.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177340.jpg
    Ceremony of the Assomption celebration in the uphills of Qaa, during the first days of the offesive launched against Daesh in the adjacent mountains.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177341.jpg
    Men look at the mountains where Daesh is positioned a few kilometres further, during the Assomption ceremony.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177342.jpg
    Assomption ceremony in the uphills of Qaa.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177343.jpg
    Women recite prayers during the Assomption ceremony.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
  • Al-Qaa, a year after
    Lebanon
    Chloe Sharrock
    LePictorium_0177344.jpg
    Women recite prayers during the Assomption ceremony.
    Back to the village of Al-Qaa, Christian stronghold in Lebanon at the Syrian border, a year after the wave of attacks committed by Daesh. In June 2017, the Lebanese Army and the Hezbollah launch an offensive to eradicate the islamist group's positions in the mountains. As a sign of resistance, the inhabitants celebrate their first religious ceremony in the uphills of the village, close to Daesh's positions.
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