It’s the photos of her children that have drawn angry comments, snuggling with her kids, next to the words, “Sunday morning vibes. We go together like campfire and marshmallows!"
Jassim says she also left because there was no drinking water or access to medical treatment for her ailing husband, both of which are available at the camp.
"Now, there's nothing left," said Dima al-Kanj about her home.
“I got arrested [at the airport in Syria] and ended up in prison for around six weeks. Then when they released me, I became persona non grata. I ended up being a refugee in Lebanon,” he said.
The Muslim congresswoman said that “without a state, the Palestinian people live in a state of permanent refugeehood."
One of the biggest challenges the young refugees encounter is fulfilling their desire to obtain a higher education and integrate into Israeli society.
More than half a million people have lost their lives in Syria since 2011. More than 5.5 million have fled their homes as refugees, and another 6.2 million people are displaced within their country.
The children on the video are likely Honduran refugees that reached the US-Mexican border as part of the mass migration march, also termed the caravan
Attlee, who served as prime minister from 1945 to 1951 and died in 1967, sponsored a Jewish mother and her two children who fled Germany in 1939.
"We have 526,000 boys and girls in our education system. The highest performing student in Syria last year was a young Palestinian refugee girl, in spite of all the traumas and disasters."