Samra

They are said to be nomadic, tribes roaming about from place to place aimlessly. They live in tents and houses of tin, on the periphery of society, sidelined, and downgraded.

Settled on a small piece of a remote land in Lebanon, the children of their camp contracted a deadly virus, and a mission from Doctors Without Borders was sent to the camp to examine the cases. But in the midst of chaos, Tamer, a handsome and good-natured young doctor, found himself unexpectedly struck by an indescribable beauty: Samra, a woman of extraordinary splendor, astonishingly pretty with exquisite simplicity, a gypsy-like dancer who turned death and poverty and fear and pain into a mystical dance - a magical moment of shadows and lights.

Was it a strange turn of fate that brought Tamer and Samra together? He, son of a renowned Egyptian family, a prominent doctor living with his lovely educated wife in Dubai, left a whole life behind for the love of Samra. She, daughter of poverty, offspring of injustice and illiteracy, child of the place where pain breeds wolves and joy resides in far-off lands. Are they conscious of the great social distance that separates them? Are they strong enough to live up to their love promise? Is it the lure of infatuation? Or is it love, strong enough to override all social considerations? Will those differences in wealth and culture and social classes resurface with vehement force to play havoc with their relationship?

Samra, a captivating story that follows the lives of a group of marginalized people, banished by life...and rescued by love.

 


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