It took the death of a young Lebanese teenager to rally the #notamartyr selfie protest in Lebanon.
Killed by a car bomb attack in Beirut -- planned for an opposition politician -- Mohammad Chaar was sadly killed by the blast only minutes after taking a smiling selfie with his friends on the street where the bomb went off.
To support his cause and put an end to senseless violence as byproduct of politics, the #notamartyr campaign has been set up by fed-up youth using the popular 'selfie' as their driving mechanism.
"We are devastated by the senseless violence and wish to voice these feelings and ideas," says 25 year-old blogger Dyala Badran. Selfies might just be the next big thing in social media when it comes to politics. Move over, Twitter.
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