And so it was; and so it goes; and so it will be

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qalbeenaar:

My mother said to always keep my happiness to myself, to never whisper it to others. People will evil eye you, even if they don’t mean it, even if they love you, even if they have beautiful souls, she said. They can’t help the evil that resides in them, so protect yourself. Remain silent.

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— 3 months ago with 1399 notes
anitaprentice:

Afghan children go to class in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Jalalabad. Photo by Noorullah Shirzada/AFP/Getty Images       

anitaprentice:

Afghan children go to class in a refugee camp on the outskirts of Jalalabad. Photo by Noorullah Shirzada/AFP/Getty Images       

(via ndltlovesyou)

— 3 months ago with 6510 notes

Such keys are kept as mementos by many Palestinians who left their homes in 1948, and are a common Palestinian symbol of support for the right of return.

Such keys are kept as mementos by many Palestinians who left their homes in 1948, and are a common Palestinian symbol of support for the right of return.

(Source: ftyani, via longlostpoet)

— 3 months ago with 468 notes

spoopyvegan:

clannyphantom:

lets be real guys if theres ever a zombie apocalypse do you even know how many white girls are gonna try and find a zombie boyfriend like in Warm Bodies 

probably literally none holy shit did you really think adding “white” in front of that would really mask that you literally just said “girls are so desperate for a boyfriend they’ll try to fuck half-decomposed, ravenous, CORPSES” wtf even is that

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— 3 months ago with 117128 notes
fivemoreminutesofsleep:

the-poets-daughter:

victorious-musliims:

abu-saifuddin:

Jew throwing wine over a helpless palestinian muslimah

Look who the real terrorists are!

Don’t they ever think that this is what happened to them a while back let alone for centuries throughout history. You’d think they would have a bit of empathy.

”The streets were mostly empty. I stopped to photograph some settlers marking the Jewish holiday of Purim. They were passing around a bottle of wine, toasting the holiday, nothing out of the ordinary. I noticed a Palestinian woman walking along the shut-down stores. A group of settlers were walking in the middle of the street in the opposite direction when one of them took a step towards her. I instinctually raised the camera.
She didn’t scream or stop, she hurried up the street and vanished around the corner. I was left angered and saddened — as if the wine hit me.”
Via The New York Times
I hope to see the day that Palestinians can live in peace and build a real country. Mandela freed South Africa from apartheid, but the world continues to accept the apartheid inflicted on the Palestinian people every day.

fivemoreminutesofsleep:

the-poets-daughter:

victorious-musliims:

abu-saifuddin:

Jew throwing wine over a helpless palestinian muslimah

Look who the real terrorists are!

Don’t they ever think that this is what happened to them a while back let alone for centuries throughout history. You’d think they would have a bit of empathy.

The streets were mostly empty. I stopped to photograph some settlers marking the Jewish holiday of Purim. They were passing around a bottle of wine, toasting the holiday, nothing out of the ordinary. I noticed a Palestinian woman walking along the shut-down stores. A group of settlers were walking in the middle of the street in the opposite direction when one of them took a step towards her. I instinctually raised the camera.

She didn’t scream or stop, she hurried up the street and vanished around the corner. I was left angered and saddened — as if the wine hit me.”

Via The New York Times

I hope to see the day that Palestinians can live in peace and build a real country. Mandela freed South Africa from apartheid, but the world continues to accept the apartheid inflicted on the Palestinian people every day.

(via sab-r)

— 3 months ago with 1210 notes
"Be selective in your battles. Sometimes peace is better than being right."
— 3 months ago with 3777 notes