Khodr Bader

Khodr owned a clothes shop to support and sustain his family’s economic needs. As he suffered from diabetes, he was hospitalized for treatment. On August 4, 2020, Khodr died in his hospital bed as a result of the blast.

Mohamad El Khatib

On August 4, 2020, Mohamed was near his house in Karantina when the explosion pushed him up in the air, and he fell down to the ground. He sustained multiple injuries, ever since, he is suffering from difficulties in his hand movement, and he needs physical therapy sessions.

آنييت غارابات خاتشكيان

Anette worked at a retail shop and always dreamt to become a mom, but her dream remained unfulfilled. On August 4, 2020, she was home with her aunt when the explosion happened and glass windows shattered all over them. She also sustained a severe head injury, and went into a three weeks coma after which she lost her life.

جورجيت صليبا

Georgette Saliba is a Lebanese housewife born in 1954. At the time of the explosion, she was home in Karantina, and she dropped from the second floor to the street. She sustained multiple fractures, and partially lost her hearing. She used a walker for a couple of months before she moved to the crutches. She can’t walk straight up until now.