On the other side of the spectrum, Jews in Beirut have set about renovating the Magen Avraham synagogue which was devastated during Lebanon's protracted civil war. Work has already begun, some of it being done by Shiite Muslim workers.
The synagogue was built back in the 1920's and it is hoped that it will return to being the center of Jewish life for Lebanon's Jews.
Maybe it's just me, but I have to ask, why the heck are you people still there?
So on the one hand we have persecuted Yemini Jews, fighting for their lives and returning to Eretz Yisrael. On the other hand you have Lebanese Jews struggling to rebuild a community in a place that is only a hop skip and a jump from Israel, and is increasingly falling under the control of a political and terrorist entity that exists in order to convert everyone to Islam by force, and destroy Israel.
Sounds like the Jews of Lebanon may need treatment for their strain of JKDS, known as Jewish Denial Derangement Syndrome.