Yoon.

The old me is dead and gone, and the new me will be alright.
redplebeian:

Anas Qandeel, 17 years old Palestinian from Gaza wrote on his Facebook two days ago,”I can not sleep, when are you going to attack my home”. Today, he was killed by an Israeli airstrike. Rest In Peace, Anas.
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redplebeian:

Anas Qandeel, 17 years old Palestinian from Gaza wrote on his Facebook two days ago,”I can not sleep, when are you going to attack my home”. Today, he was killed by an Israeli airstrike. Rest In Peace, Anas.

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partytilfajr:

"God listens to your heart more than your words." - my Mother

Same goes to Palestine. We dont have to be a Muslim or Palestinian to care, to pray, to support them. All we need to be is human. Who has a heart.

Same goes to Palestine. We dont have to be a Muslim or Palestinian to care, to pray, to support them. All we need to be is human. Who has a heart.

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tagreader:

Save Palestine… Please keep praying for them…

tagreader:

Save Palestine… Please keep praying for them…

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If you support Israel please unfollow me

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The picture tells everything.

The picture tells everything.

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lilyjoon:

My dad: “Israel knows it’s going to lose. It always has known. These attacks are never intended to win — they are intended to push the Palestinians back. They don’t want to engage in peace, they don’t want to recognize their responsibility, they don’t want to deal with any of it now, so they’re just pushing the date further and further back. But the date will come. The day will come when they will have to answer.

And they will have no answer.”

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"To be attracted to the haraam is natural; to resist and move to the halal is Islam."

— Tariq Ramadan (via hadeiadel)

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freedomismywish:

the west dont care about anything they’re probably telling israel to continue just like they’re keeping assad to carry on like its normal 

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Kadang rasa useless sangat bila orang lain tengah menangis depan Allah, doakan saudara-saudara kita tapi kita rilek je, langsung tak cakna. Masih hanyut dengan hiburan dunia.

(Source: islamic-quotes, via abuhanifah)

Keep them in your every prayer. Hoping that someday they can smile again.
Biidznillah.

  • The Israeli struggle: please recognize us as a country.
  • The Palestinian struggle: please stop brutally murdering us while systematically cutting us off from resources, raiding our homes, taking our land, destroying our limited means of livelihood, and spontaneously bombing our already dwindling, densely packed neighborhoods.

assangistan:

MUST Read:

House arrest: Israeli court refuses to jail brutally beaten 15yo Palestinian-American

via rtamerica 

The brutally beaten, 15-year-old US-Palestinian cousin of murdered teen Mohammad Abu Khdeir has been placed under house arrest, despite police demands to keep him in custody. Tarek Abu Khdeir was accused of attacking police officers at a protest.

An Israeli court ruled that Tarek Abu Khdeir should be subject to house arrest in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Hanina on Sunday. Court spokeswoman Luba Samri said that police had asked the judge to extend the remand of the teenager, claiming that he attacked police officers during violent protests over the death of his cousin, 16-year-old Palestinian boy Mohammad Abu Khdeir.

Tarek’s parents maintained his innocence and claim Israeli police officers committed an unprovoked attack on their son while he was handcuffed. On Saturday a video, showing how two officers violently beat Abu Khdeir while he was lying on the floor, appeared on local television, provoking outrage and condemnation on social media.

Following the uproar, the US government released a statement expressing deep concern over the incident.

“We can confirm that Tarek Khdeir, an American citizen, is being held by Israeli authorities in Jerusalem. [Tarek Abu Khdeir] was visited by an official from the US Consulate General in Jerusalem today,” US State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in a statement, adding that the US was profoundly troubled by the reports.

Members of the Israeli police force claim the video was “edited and tendentious” and was not an accurate reflection of events. They say Tarek was detained during the arrest of six other masked men, some of whom were armed with knives. The police are conducting an inquiry into the incident.

Tensions have been building over the past week in the area after the abduction and murder of Mohammad Abu Khdeir who was found dead in the woods on Wednesday. Israeli officials suspect Jewish nationalists may have committed the crime as a reprisal for the kidnapping and murders of three Israeli teenagers on June 12. The Israeli authorities have arrested six people in connection with Mohammad’s murder, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported Sunday.

Mohammad Abu Khdeir’s death sparked fury in Palestinian neighborhoods with violent protests erupting in East Jerusalem. The Arab teen was buried on Friday after it was revealed in an autopsy that he had been burned to death by his captors.

His funeral drew thousands of mourners, but quickly descended into a full-blown rally with participants turning their anger on police, burning tires and throwing stones. Israeli police deployed stun grenades and tear gas to bring the crowds under control.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has condemned the death of Mohammad Abu Khdeir and said he would act calmly and responsibly in the light of growing Israeli-Palestinian hostilities.

(Source: rt.com, via gharibafisabilillah)