duhayusuf:

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duhayusuf:


rbk-photography:

Protest for Palestine in Toronto

July 30th, 2014


wild-storm-with-skin:

Indifference will be our demise.

wild-storm-with-skin:

Indifference will be our demise.


dutch-pharaoh:

I think everybody on tumblr should see this :(


thatcupofjo:

July 30th, 2014 | Union Square Protest, NYC 



90% without electricity, 2/3 without access to safe water or basic sanitation

90% without electricity, 2/3 without access to safe water or basic sanitation


potatoandotherwise:

in math today my teacher asked what makes a number perfect and I said its dazzling personality and she almost kicked me out

(via lesshumanmoretimelord)


There is more blood than water flowing here in Gaza.
A German journalist in response to the water supply shortages caused by the incessant airstrikes. (via transparent-flowers)

(via hijababeyonce)



thebowspring:

Leave It To Jon Stewart To Perfectly Sum Up What’s Going On In Gaza And Israel

"These are not two equal sides: occupier and occupied" - Rafeef Ziadah

(via meehsofeeugh)



remikanazi:

What did the humanitarian ceasefire look like in Israel and the Gaza Strip? via @Benabyad

remikanazi:

What did the humanitarian ceasefire look like in Israel and the Gaza Strip? via @Benabyad


arasanna:

Tumblr su We Heart It.

arasanna:

Tumblr su We Heart It.


Gaza is not a country, that Israel can be at war with it. It is a tiny strip of land surrounded by Israel from land, sea and air, which is kept from exporting its made goods for the most part, faces severe restrictions on imports, and therefore has had imposed on it a 40% or so unemployment rate. Some 56% of Palestinians in Gaza are food insecure. Gaza is recognized by the international community as an occupied territory, with Israel being the occupying power. If being occupied by Israel were so great, by the way, why is Gaza so badly off?