The photo shows three young refugees in Lebanon, one Christian, one Sunni Muslim with her baby, staring out across the Bekaa Valley towards their Syrian homeland. Over the mountain range lie their homes in the border town of Al Qusayr, now largely destroyed in the fighting between rebels and Syrian Government forces. In Al Qusayr, Christians and Muslims lived alongside each other for generations –- until the bloody civil war reached the town. They fled over the mountains to the dusty Lebanese Christian town of El-Qaa where they have been housed -– not inexpensively -– in makeshift lodgings opposite one another. The pair have become friends, although their older relatives talk to each other less. Photo by Natalie Naccache. Learn more about the plight of Syrian religious minorities here.