The Lebanese city of Tire witnessed a sad accident, which resulted in the death of a 7-year-old boy.
The child, Muhammad Istanbuli, was practicing his daily habit of having fun next to his family’s house, when he was surprised by a scene of four young men and women dressed in scary black clothes, putting masks on their faces and carrying swords, with the aim of filming a video clip to upload on the Tik Tok application, so the child was terrified and fell unconscious.
After the child fell, his family tried to rescue him and then transferred him to a hospital in Tyre, but he died quickly, and the forensic doctor revealed that the cause of death was cardiac arrest due to sudden nervous shock.
The funeral of the child was held in the city of Tire, on Saturday, in the presence of a crowd, amid a state of great sadness and anger at the horror of the tragedy.
The child’s father, Haider Istanbuli, filed a direct complaint against those responsible for his son’s death, because he died as a result of a direct cardiac arrest.
The forensic doctor in charge of the case, Afif Khafaja, said, in statements to Lebanese media, that “there are no bruises, blows, or any mark on his body, there is only a small scratch on his nose, slight and superficial, what happened is an accident, and since he most likely has a heart problem.” And if it was not diagnosed, it led to cardiac arrest.”