This before-and-after photo of 16-year-old Mohammad Chaar (in the red hoodie) was widely shared after the teenager was among at least six people killed in a car bombing in Beirut on Dec. 27, 2013.
3 are fine and out of the hospital except “Mohammad Shaar” Pray for him please :(:(
#Lebanon #Beirut #friends
The teen’s death prompted a selfie protest in Lebanon with hundreds posting simple yet powerful messages about what they wanted from their country using the hashtag #notamartyr across Facebook and Twitter.
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Post a selfie for 2014 stating a resolution regarding reclaiming Lebanon. We are victims, not martyrs. #notamartyr
Stop the hate for a better tomorrow #NotAMartyr
I want the right to take my mom’s nationality #notamartyr https://t.co/G0i9ixS8Vu
Rami Abou Diab
“My family is stronger than the polity, should I laugh or cry? The Mekdad dilemma. #NotAMartyr” #Liban
I want criminals to be held ACCOUNTABLE #notamartyr