Ahmed is a landowner in Lebanon, who has given Syrian refugees space where they can pitch their tents and develop some facilities such as a school. He asks a fair price, provides good facilities, visits regularly and is getting to know the people who are living there.
Joseph of Arimathea lent a tomb so that Jesus could be buried hastily before the beginning of Passover. This was the start of the waiting time, the in-between time, while out of sight and against all hope, a new story was readying itself to be told.
Is the refugee crisis a story ripe for disruption? Could the downward spiral of events be reversed, and if so, what new stories might break out to alter the course of the current desperate narrative?