A family of Syrian refugees could be going back to Syria after residents in their London, Ontario apartment complained they were too loud.
According to National Post, Muhammad Othman, his wife and three children arrived in London four months ago after staying in Lebanon.
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Othman said through a translator that he was looking forward to coming to Canada. After arriving his family received noise complaints because of the sound of furniture being moved around and children playing loudly.
The family received a notice last week after previous complaints telling them to stop the noise or face eviction.
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“They are children full of energy and excitement, it’s not fair to stop children being children,” translator Daryos Dary said.
Muhammad Othman has even considered taking his family back to Syria. That alone is very telling.
“They don’t have anything, they don’t even have a job, they don’t even speak English,” Dary said.