חושפים את הבוגדים "Exposing The Traitors" ›

nowinexile:

Please report this page IMMEDIATELY. They are posting Palestinian profiles of people living in Israel who write anything about Gaza and where they work and urge places to fire them. Please REPOST.

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pleasureofimperfection:

350+ people killed in Syria yesterday, making the 170,000 death toll increase daily. Let’s please not forget about them.

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micdotcom:

Paris banned pro-Palestinian protests — but that didn’t stop these 5,000 people

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fotojournalismus:

This photograph was taken by Laurent Troude for Libération during a pro-Palestinian rally in Paris on July 19, 2014. Large crowds of protesters in Paris clash with police at a banned pro-Palestinian rally against Israeli military action in Gaza.

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"Shemale" is a term used to erase and invalidate a trans woman’s identity as a female or fetishize us. It’s not funny. Words like "tranny" and "shemale" are not funny or cute. They’re cruel and derisive. You’re no trans ally if you use them. "Trap" is a word created to imply that trans women are deceiving men for sex. It propagates the fear that gets us murdered. Trans people asking folks to stop using "tranny" isn’t censorship/word-policing. We’re just asking to not be verbally bashed.

iamzaaz:

Beautifully, captured. Adroon sher, Lahore.

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thebowspring:

"Israel does its best to prevent civilian casualties"

*targets and bombs all the places that help save civilian lives*

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ipayrenttothedunya:

nowinexile:

Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli occupation soldiers in occupied Bethlehem last night in support of Palestinians in Gaza. 

Imwal3a ad-Dhaffa. Allah yunsorhom ya rab

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lucknowkishehzaadi:

It doesn’t even feel right thinking about celebrating Eid next week with the state of the dunya like this.

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warkadang:

The 1393/2014 Nowruz celebration (Persian New Year) in Kabul, Afghanistan on March 27, 2014. 

Photographs by Fardin Waezi

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