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Math Teacher: Suzan Al-Malouhi and Syrian Refugees

math teacher: Lonny doesn't seem to mind, since he keeps coming back to visit, according to CBC. Their mother, Suzan Al-Malouhi, is still learning English, but she knows exactly how to describe her children as she watches them move the cat from room to room. She and her brother Abdul Razak, 5, love to carry Lonny around their Halifax apartment that way. They are very hyper, she says. They left Syria in 2011 and lived for five years in Lebanon, where she worked as a French, science and math teacher. Unable to find work, many Syrian refugees reluctantly turn to social assistance Syrian refugees bump N.S. population to record high but will they stay Al-Malouhi and her husband have five children, ranging in age from four to 17. ( As reported in the news.