Arab social media users have recently launched Blue for Sudan campaign to support the Sudanese revolution.
The campaign mainly focuses on changing profile pictures on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in to blue plain color.
This smart widespread idea is considered the best way in the meantime to tell the world about Sudan amid internet blackout there.
Story of Blue Color
The blue color was the favorite one for a Sudanese martyr called Mohamed Mattar.
Mattar was a 26-year-old engineer shot by the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) on 3rd of June while trying to protect 2 women from harm.
This incident took place in a peaceful sit-in demonstration in Khartoum.
Solidarity with Sudan
Now, this blue color is turned out to be a symbol for all martyrs and a peaceful way to show solidarity with Sudan; the country that is bleeding.
It’s remarkable that ٍSudan has been suffering a precarious conditions since a military coup took place in April and removed a longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir.
Last week the military and RSF cleared a sit-in and killed more than 100 people.