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adım samuel, 25 yaşım.
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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.

(via angrymuslimah)

— 2 days ago with 1321 notes
Letter From Gaza By A Norwegian Doctor →

stories-yet-to-be-written:

Dearest friends,

The last night was extreme. The “ground invasion” of Gaza resulted in scores and carloads with maimed, torn apart, bleeding, shivering, dying - all sorts of injured Palestinians, all ages, all civilians, all innocent.

The heroes in the ambulances and in all of Gaza’s hospitals are working 12-24 hour shifts, grey from fatigue and inhuman workloads (without payment all in Shifa for the last 4 months), they care, triage, try to understand the incomprehensible chaos of bodies, sizes, limbs, walking, not walking, breathing, not breathing, bleeding, not bleeding humans. HUMANS!

Now, once more treated like animals by “the most moral army in the world” (sic!).

My respect for the wounded is endless, in their contained determination in the midst of pain, agony and shock; my admiration for the staff and volunteers is endless, my closeness to the Palestinian “sumud” gives me strength, although in glimpses I just want to scream, hold someone tight, cry, smell the skin and hair of the warm child, covered in blood, protect ourselves in an endless embrace - but we cannot afford that, nor can they.

Ashy grey faces - Oh NO! Not one more load of tens of maimed and bleeding, we still have lakes of blood on the floor in the ER, piles of dripping, blood-soaked bandages to clear out - oh - the cleaners, everywhere, swiftly shovelling the blood and discarded tissues, hair, clothes,cannulas - the leftovers from death - all taken away … to be prepared again, to be repeated all over. More then 100 cases came to Shifa in the last 24 hrs. Enough for a large well trained hospital with everything, but here - almost nothing: no electricity, water, disposables, drugs, OR-tables, instruments, monitors - all rusted and as if taken from museums of yesterday’s hospitals. But they do not complain, these heroes. They get on with it, like warriors, head on, enormously resolute.

And as I write these words to you, alone, on a bed, my tears flow, the warm but useless tears of pain and grief, of anger and fear. This is not happening!

An then, just now, the orchestra of the Israeli war-machine starts its gruesome symphony again, just now: salvos of artillery from the navy boats just down on the shores, the roaring F16, the sickening drones (Arabic ‘Zennanis’, the hummers), and the cluttering Apaches. So much made in and paid by the US.

Mr. Obama - do you have a heart?

I invite you - spend one night - just one night - with us in Shifa. Disguised as a cleaner, maybe.

I am convinced, 100%, it would change history.

Nobody with a heart AND power could ever walk away from a night in Shifa without being determined to end the slaughter of the Palestinian people.

But the heartless and merciless have done their calculations and planned another “dahyia” onslaught on Gaza.

The rivers of blood will keep running the coming night. I can hear they have tuned their instruments of death.

Please. Do what you can. This, THIS cannot continue.

Mads Gilbert MD PhD

Source: Memo Middle East Monitor

(via banana-fishing)

— 2 days ago with 234 notes
constable-connor:

That’s what I need for my school supplies

constable-connor:

That’s what I need for my school supplies

(Source: petapeta, via snorlaxthegreat)

— 3 days ago with 293437 notes
"

So when people leave, I’ve learned the secret: let them. Because, most of the time, they have to.

Let them walk away and go places. Let them have adventures in the wild without you. Let them travel the world and explore life beyond a horizon that you exist in. And know, deep down, that heroes aren’t qualified by their capacity to stay but by their decision to return.

"
The Staying Philosophy (Everyday Isa)

(Source: everydayisa.wordpress.com, via musadenizle)

— 3 days ago with 17777 notes
"Capitalism would have us believe that we only deserve to be here because of what we produce, and even in our counter- cultures, even in our movements we reproduce the same idea. We only deserve to be here because of what we can produce that other people will buy with their money, time or attention. Our experience of our own lives is secondary, it is only the means of production, it is the products that matter, and unless we make ourselves into both factories and widgets we are not valuable."
Alexis Pauline Gumbs (via satyacake)

(via official-mens-frights-activist)

— 3 days ago with 7149 notes
fotojournalismus:

A Palestinian medic is overwhelmed by emotion as he takes a break treating wounded people by Israeli strikes, at the emergency room of the Kamal Adwan hospital in Beit Lahiya on July 19, 2014. According to the hospital, there were more than 35 wounded Palestinians from different Israeli strikes that arrived at the hospital Saturday — five with serious wounds, and three were dead on arrival. (Lefteris Pitarakis/AP)

fotojournalismus:

A Palestinian medic is overwhelmed by emotion as he takes a break treating wounded people by Israeli strikes, at the emergency room of the Kamal Adwan hospital in Beit Lahiya on July 19, 2014. According to the hospital, there were more than 35 wounded Palestinians from different Israeli strikes that arrived at the hospital Saturday — five with serious wounds, and three were dead on arrival. (Lefteris Pitarakis/AP)

(via palestine-forever)

— 3 days ago with 1253 notes
standwithpalestine:

It’s actually bigger than huge.

standwithpalestine:

It’s actually bigger than huge.

(via palestine-forever)

— 4 days ago with 2738 notes

amovible:

Justice for Palestine has no religion
(Dearborn city Hall, July 18th 2014)

(via aybilemedimki)

— 4 days ago with 1594 notes
"but maybe i am just a girl who bleeds on paper, hoping it turns out to be more than smudged blood."
alaska wolf // cynicallys (via cynicallys)

(via anoddfairytale)

— 6 days ago with 3101 notes
themuslimavenger:


 “First of all, I’m not talking about war  because a war is between two armies. There is no army in Gaza. Today, it’s a massacre, a slaughter.” 

—  Tariq Ramadan

themuslimavenger:

First of all, I’m not talking about war
because a war is between two armies.
There is no army in Gaza.
Today, it’s a massacre, a slaughter.
—  Tariq Ramadan

(via syalalaandchiken)

— 6 days ago with 506 notes
http://tomwaitsforme.tumblr.com/post/92127836008/nowinexile-ill-tell-you-what-is-harder-than →

nowinexile:

"I’ll tell you what is harder than dying in Gaza by an Israeli missile deluxe. What is harder is that you get a phone call from the Israeli army telling you toevacuate your home because it will be bombed in ten minutes. Imagine; ten minutes; and your whole short history on the surface of Earth will be erased.

Gifts you received, photos of your siblings and your children (dead or alive), things that you love, your favorite chair, your books, that last poetry collection your read, a letter from your expatriate sister, reminders of the ones you loved, the smell of your bed, the jasmine tree that hangs off your western window, your daughter’s hair clip, your old clothes, your prayer rug, your wife’s gold, your savings; imagine; all this passes in front of your eyes in ten minutes, all that pain passes while you are struck by surprise.

Then you take your identification papers (passport, birth certificate, etc.) which you have ready in an old metallic candy box, and you leave your home to die a thousand times, or refuse to leave and die once.”

—a Palestinian in ‪#‎Gaza‬

— 6 days ago with 1094 notes