The Lebanese people mourned the loss of Alaa Abou Fakher, the revolution martyr who was shot and killed during a dispute in Khalde on November 12, 2019.
Candlelight vigils took place across the country, where thousands came together to pay their respect for the father-of-three.
Friends and family of Alaa Abou Fakher who died today while protesting in Khaldeh near #Beirut, lighting candles where he died surrounding his blood with the map of #Lebanon
God protect this country and may this is a message of peace.
RIP 😞#علاء_ابو_فخر #لبنان_ينتفض pic.twitter.com/sVC9VvDpQm
— Lebanese Bonkers (@BonkersLebanese) November 12, 2019
In Saida, protestors spelled out Alaa’s name with their bodies while holding up flashlights.
— Fatima (@fatimalmahmoud) November 12, 2019
While in Tripoli a portrait of Alaa Abou Fakhr was drawn by Ghayath al Rawbeh, a Palestinian refugee.