Many children of martyrs of the Palestinian Revolution were sent to live and study in the orphanage school in Souk El Gharb, Mount Lebanon.
Some of them found salvation from the challenging existence there by joining the folk troupe founded by artist Abdallah Haddad in the early seventies. They became icons of the Revolution and toured the world in an era of global solidarity with the Palestinian cause.
The orphanage building still stands, bearing the scars of the civil war, and the children who grew up through it are now adults, dispersed in several countries.
In Twelve Beds, they return to this place of memory, where personal narratives of displacement and martyrdom stir questions related to identity, sacrifice and homeland.
This programme is courtesy of Al Jazeera Media Network.