How this website is helping people honor all the countries attacked by ISIS

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In the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris, people all over the world used a Facebook tool that let them put the colors of the French flag on their profile photos. While many saw this as a gesture of solidarity, others raised questions about Facebook's decision. Some, for instance, wondered why there was no opportunity to choose the colors of the Lebanese flag, since Beirut was attacked by ISIS just a day before Paris.


Artists and developers Moises Sanabria, Tom Galle and Slava Balasanov designed a tool to solve this problem. It superimposes the flags of every country attacked by ISIS recently on peoples' profiles, rather than just the French flag.

We put Fusion's logo into the tool and it worked like a charm.

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The site says that the tool uses the flags of Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, Pakistan, Israel, Serbia, Yemen, Nigeria, Sudan, Somalia, Cameroon, Bahrain, Russia, France, Egypt, Algeria, Afghanistan, Libya, Chad, Kenya, Brazil, Congo DRC, Mexico, Tunisia, Palestine and Bangladesh.

You can create your own version at the All Flags Profile Photo Converter.