This is Karim. When he was just two months old, the baby was seriously injured during a bombardment, as part of the ongoing civil war in Syria.
Amer Almohibany, a freelance photographer who works in Damascus, spotted Karim in early December and the sight of the child left an impact.
Two weeks later, Karim was still on Almohibany's mind. He photographed his son with one eye covered to invite the world to sympathize with the plight of the Syrian children still living under daily shelling.
Soon many other Syrians and their children also tweeted pictures in support of Karim, using the hashtag #SolidarityWithKarim.
The White Helmets, also known as the Syria Civil Defense, also tweeted their support. The group has worked throughout the war, rescuing people from the rubble left behind from airstrikes and bombings.
As did UOSSM, the Union Of Medical Relief Organizations, which supports doctors in Syria.
Around 400,000 civilians live in East Ghouta, which has been under siege by government forces since 2012.