noororan:

Ramadan Kareem 

noororan:

Ramadan Kareem 

Posted on July/30/2014 with 266 notes


dialogueofdreamers:

Dua Hamza Thumali

Posted on July/30/2014 with 109 notes


Iftar: Breaking of the fast 2014

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1. Syrian refugee family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan, next to the Temporary Centre for Immigrants in the Spanish enclave of Melilla, Spain. (Santi Palacios/AP Photo)

2. An Iraqi family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Baghdad, Iraq. (Karim Kadim/AP Photo)

3. A Sudanese family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan on the outskirts of Khartoum, Sudan. (Abd Raouf/AP Photo)

4.  Malaysian Muslim family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Vincent Thian/AP Photo)

5. The Hammami family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in the Bardo neighborhood near the Tunisian capital, Tunis.(Aimen Zine/AP Photo)

6. The Aazzab family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Casablanca, Morocco.(Abdeljalil Bounhar/AP Photo)

7.  A family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Sydney, Australia. (Rob Griffith/AP Photo)

8.  An Iranian Muslim family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Tehran, Iran. (Vahid Salemi/AP Photo)

9. A family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Istanbul, Turkey.(Emrah Gurel/AP Photo)

10.A family waiting to break their fast, top, and their meal, bottom, during the holy month of Ramadan in Nairobi, Kenya. (Sayyid Azim/AP Photo)

Posted on July/25/2014 with 40 notes


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The 48,000 march on Qalandia is a culmination of the efforts of all Palestinian parties and political groups in Ramallah and its neighboring villages.

We grouped up in front of the Am’ari refugee camp, and from the start it was obvious that this was massive. To be totally honest, we most…

Posted on July/25/2014 with 1,222 notes


What’s my damage? My damage is that I have been walked on so much that I am genuinely surprised when I look in the mirror and see that my flesh is not made out of carpet. My damage is that I am concerned that the people who touch me might get rug burn. My damage is that I was fourteen when he slapped me across the face and that I was the one to say I was sorry. My fucking damage is that I can still feel the sting whenever anybody raises their hands to me, even if it’s for a high five or a hug. My damage is that I have been called so many names in my life time that I have to look at my birth certificate to be sure I’m not Slut on the dotted line, that I’m not the embodiment of the Whore-shaped scar scraped into my ankle. My damage is that I don’t know how to have sex without crying now and my damage is that I’m terrified that the person I love to death will take it personally. My damage is that my skin feels like a prison and I have spent years trying to pry the bars apart. My damage is that whenever I am out in public, I immediately look for the easiest way to escape. My damage is that I don’t believe I am equally as important with my clothes on. My damage is that most of the time I feel like wet grass between someone’s toes as they stare at my back instead of watching out for it. My damage is that I pick at the ends of my hair because it feels like not even strands of me care enough to stay together. My damage is that I don’t know how to accept compliments without shaking my head, no matter what my mouth is saying. My damage is that each time I have been slapped, poked at, punched, hit, or slammed against fridge doors, I have always heard the words “if you hadn’t…” and I have been reminded by every single person that had touched me as such that my pain matters less than their pride. My damage is that, at seventeen, I still can’t sleep with my bedroom door open. My damage is that I have suicide notes folded in with my socks. My damage is that every time I go to bed, I still wrap myself around your sweater even though it doesn’t even fucking smell like you any more.

My damage by k.p.k

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