Cartoonists around the globe have expressed their angst and anger against ISIS for the Brussels bombings by showing on social media the male figure portrayed in famous Belgian statues urinating on terrorists and their weapons.
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The most frequently used statue in the images is the Manneken Pis that already shows a man urinating into a fountain. The cartoonists have instead inserted an ISIS fighter, or other terror group symbol, in place of the fountain, the Daily Mail found.
Cartoonists have also turned to iconic Belgian character Tintin, a comic pages' creation who's portrayed in a series about bumbling detectives, and drawn him with tears and text that read: "Belgium weeps for her children," the Daily Mail reported.
Other images making the social media mourning rounds show the flags of France and Belgium, alongside "13 Novembre," the date of the Paris terror attacks. And still more show hearts in various stages of tatter, in the Belgian colors of red, black and yellow.