في ظلال الياسمين

ISIS’s Eid present for my village. 27 dead so far and many injured. 

history-does-not-suck:

A Syrian man walks on a street covered with dust following a reported air strike by government forces, in the old city of Aleppo, on July 21.

history-does-not-suck:

A Syrian man walks on a street covered with dust following a reported air strike by government forces, in the old city of Aleppo, on July 21.

alichaaban:

عيب يا عرب

alichaaban:

عيب يا عرب

nowinexile:

"Kos Em El Sisi" - From Shujaiya, Gaza. 

nowinexile:

"Kos Em El Sisi" - From Shujaiya, Gaza. 

kchikurdi:

village right next to derbendixan lake. halabja. southern kurdistan.

kchikurdi:

village right next to derbendixan lake. halabja. southern kurdistan.

batoooola:

وَلَنَا في الخَيالِ حياةْ.

batoooola:

وَلَنَا في الخَيالِ حياةْ.


أنا اسف يا أنا.

أنا اسف يا أنا.

arabrhizome يسلم قلبك خاي 

syrianese tislami 7ayati biddon da3watik w yil3an ro7o 3a ro7 da3ish 

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 100 % convinced 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.

Mads Gilbert, Norwegian doctor in Gaza (via thenorthafricanmiddleeastern)
3rdhokage:

rafou9a:

!! كنا نمزح  مؤلــمة … مدينة داريا بريف دمشق

Hokage.

3rdhokage:

rafou9a:

!! كنا نمزح
مؤلــمة … مدينة داريا بريف دمشق

Hokage.


Iraqis start painting “we are all Christians” on their homes and buildingsafter ISIS mark Christian homes and business with the arabic letter “n”, which stands for the word “Nasrani” meaning ‘Christian’ in Arabic.

Iraqis start painting “we are all Christians” on their homes and buildingsafter ISIS mark Christian homes and business with the arabic letter “n”, which stands for the word “Nasrani” meaning ‘Christian’ in Arabic.

saroabdelaziz:

أرجوك

saroabdelaziz:

أرجوك

It should never be thought that Palestinians in Gaza have gotten used to wars. We love life.
Ibrahim al-Batsh wrote on Twitter on 26 June: “I finally finished my high school exams, and I pray for success after all that hard work studying! Please pray for me and all students.”
On 15 July, last Tuesday, all the results from the high school exams were announced, including Ibrahim’s. But he, along with other 18 martyrs, would never know them. Two days before the much-anticipated announcement, Ibrahim, together with his mother, father and 15 more members of their family, were killed by Israeli missiles.
via Electronic Intifada. (via redphilistine)