In spite of danger and threats in Lebanon , many Bangladeshis are willing to remain there.
Observers say that apart from the financial reasons, some of them lack proper documents and would not risk themselves returning home. After the first gulf war , Bangladeshis who stayed back in Kuwait were benefited more than who returned home.
It is assumed that nearly ten thousand Bangladeshis are now in Lebanon of which only 283 people have registered with the International Immigration Group. They are likely to return on Sunday morning. Ghulam Muhammad , the Bangladeshi Ambassador in Jordan is now in Syria and he is reviewing the ground situation.