This family handout photo shows Abu Ali Issa.
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A stream of men embrace Khoder Issa Khaddour, kissing his head as his father's coffin rests on his shoulders.Residents and eyewitnesses told The Daily Star that Khoder's father, "Abu Ali" Issa Khaddour, 60, immediately rushed to the scene of the first suicide bombing after hearing the explosion from his house.Abu Ali was father to three sons and four daughters. But Khoder said the tightly knit community of Jabal Mohsen was all one family, and his father died to save them.But so are the rest of the people of Tripoli, he said, who are innocent of the actions of the men who killed his father.
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