A Syrian infant baby named Karim Abdel Rahman lost his left eye during an artillery attack. Karim became known as the carnage and the humanitarian change in the Damascus superior of Eastern Ghouta after this unfortunate incident happened.Karim’s injury was due to a consequence of civil anarchy that began seven years before he was born. This started a hashtag social media campaign that went viral on Facebook and Twitter with people, from sports stars to diplomats, posting pictures of themselves covering their eye with one hand. Some popular hashtags on social media include #SolidarityWithKarim and #StandWithKarim.”He and his mother came under an artillery attack in a popular market in Hammuriah, Eastern Ghouta. Karim’s mother was killed in that attack, and Karim sustained severe injuries to his skull,” said the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations, a group that provides humanitarian and medical assistance to “all Syrian victims of war.”Suddenly, in October twenty-ninth, The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) witnessed gun fired in Hamriyah and other places in the Damascus countryside. The group tracked gunfires by administering forces in the range of a kindergarten school in Kafr Batna that left four children hurt. An address that a child died and three other people were injured due to shelling at Saqba was sent. Additionally, the International Committee of the Red Cross describes the situation in suburban Damascus describes a “critical” humanitarian situation.The hashtag campaign supporting Karim has picked up supporters from a diverse amount of areas including private citizens public figures and aid employees outraged that children have been the victims of aggression. According to CNN News, some of the popular supporters of the campaign include the soccer player Franck Ribery, Turkish Red Crescent, the UOSSM and Syria Civil Defense, known as the White Helmets, British Ambassador to the United Nations Matthew Rycroft, Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, Bana Alabed, and the Syrian refugee who tweeted last year from besieged Aleppo.In conclusion, the hardships faced by the children in Ghouta are unimaginable. According to a Kraemer student named Ellen K.,” A kind gesture towards Syria may reach a wound that only compassion can heal. Although it is sad that an innocent baby lost its eye, it is amazing to see that people from around the world are trying to help” Karim’s story was able to prove that he was only one of many that have to suffer from affliction for their entire life. Instead of being fixed upon ourselves, everyone should highly consider helping others from different countries that are not as fortunate as us because it could save many lives.