For several weeks, Syrian refugees have been thrust back into the spotlight in Lebanon: in political speeches, on social networks and in the media. The question of their return to Syria is under fierce public debate.
Today, many Lebanese accuse Syrians of being "too numerous in Lebanon" or claim that they would be "safe in their country" and receive "too much help from the international community."
However, this information is not always accurate.
To bring clarity to this sensitive issue, we decode some myths and figures about Syrian refugees in our latest video.
How many of them are there? What aid do they receive and from whom? Why do they stay in Lebanon? Do they have an impact on the Lebanese economy and if so, how?
We explain everything in under five minutes.