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Hello i'm nadia i'm from gaza before 3 days someone threw a grenade to a IDF soldier, my brother (he is 6) was near the soldier and this soldier saved my brother's life! The Hamas is killing us, stop hating israel, they're saving us from hamas! سلام

redphilistine:

openlyawesome:

pax-arabica:

Omg, this is your ask?

Can you be any more obvious? Look, I understand you need to earn that paycheck, but this is way too flagrant.

Tip: First of all, nobody other than westerners and Israelis say “The Hamas”. You will not find a single Palestinian that says “The Hamas”.

Second of all, your story needs work. Not convincing in the slightest, rework your plot line, the climax was also lackluster.

Third, did you really think this would work? Like seriously? When you came up with the weaksauce ask, did you seriously think to yourself “damn this is a great ass story”?

How stupid do you think people are?

Go think about your life. No, I’m serious. Ask yourself, if your cause was  true, would you need to make up lies about it?

You know, ‘Nadia’ if you’re going to intentionally use terrible English grammar to pretend to be Palestinian, you might also want to misspell a few words. I give you a C at best for this poor attempt. Step up your game if you wanna get your paycheck from the Israeli Ministry of Propaganda.

P.S. ditch the Arabic سلام at the end, it’s not doing you any favors.

This is what happens when you outsource your propaganda operations to teenagers.


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Can problematic kinks or fetishes be used in a progressive way?

fluvicoline:

um

do you have a land redistribution fetish

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"1,700" - That’s how many people died in Syria this week, it’s bloodiest ever — and yet, you heard nothing about it (via micdotcom)

granted most of the casualties were pieces of shit i.e. isis & assad forces

(via dreikiche)


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churayl:

Gal Gadot was a fucking IDF soldier

she’s not a political figure but she partook in a genocidal army

she literally supported IDF while IDF is bombing Gaza and killed 1,000 people in the span of 20 days

this is coming from the same person who said ‘if u hate gal gadot get away from me’ so claims of her not being a political figure are quite transparent

have some fucking decency and heart and think about the thousand Palestinians slaughtered this past month

I don’t even have to explain this



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"By last week, most Christians in Mosul had already taken a fourth option—evacuation. Their departure marks the end of a continuous Christian tradition in Mosul. For thousands of years, Mosul has been a center for Christians, particularly for Assyrians, an ethnic group that predates the Arab conquest of Mesopotamia. Indeed, the ancient Assyrian capital of Nineveh, where the Prophet Jonah preached, lies across the Tigris River. Christianized in apostolic times, Assyrians have divided over the centuries into a number of communions that reflect the history of the religion: the Assyrian Church of the East, a small body, historically associated with Nestorianism, which once spread as far as China; the Syriac Orthodox Church, a member of the Oriental Orthodox family; and the Chaldean-rite Catholic Church, in communion with Rome. A small number of Assyrian Protestant churches exist as well, the legacy of nineteenth-century American missionaries." -

ISIS occupiers in Mosul have marked Christian homes with the letter “n” to denote a follower of the Nazarene. Assyrian Church of the East, Syriac Orthodox, Chaldean-Rite Roman Catholics, or Protestants must either pay a tax, convert to Islam, or be executed. Read more here. (via mutters-of-dissevering-power)

OK but have you guys read the full piece? Firstly, referring to the Syriac churches as splinter churches from an original Assyrian church is historically inaccurate.

Secondly, this piece is pro-dictatorship:

In the Middle East, secular dictatorships can be very brutal. But, bad as they are, they are often the only thing that stands in the way of the absolute destruction of minority religious communities. Toppling such dictatorships and hoping for their replacement by “moderates” is not a good bet. Incredibly, this seems to be a lesson the United States still has to learn. Consider Syria.

Yeah, never mind that these regimes cultivate these groups so that they can point to them and say, “If you get rid of us, they will take over.” Never mind that that’s exactly what happened in Syria, where the Assad regime released all the violent salafi militants from their jails in December 2012, hoping that they would wreak havoc so they could ensure religious minority support for themselves. Never mind that Syria was and is primarily an internal uprising by the Syrian people against a dictatorship that has brutalized them for decades and is no way similar to Iraq. Never mind that in Iraq, the supposedly lesser-of-two-evils Saddam Hussein also persecuted the Assyrian people, including banning their language and preventing them from developing their cultural identity.

Are we really going to ignore all that and regurgitate the narrative of, “You can’t trust the Arabs to rule themselves, and that’s why we need a strongman to control them”? Come on, guys. We can do better. 



tripleacontent:

Newspaper headlines over the past month, chronicling Israel’s blood-soaked deception.

tripleacontent:

Newspaper headlines over the past month, chronicling Israel’s blood-soaked deception.


Stray kitty gave birth to 3 babies in my room last night


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talldarkarab:

oumelghoula:

definitely saw someone from tumblr, who’s friends with many of you, on friday during the al-quds day march/protest in nyc. i could be mistaken but i believe it was talldarkarab.

Why didn’t u say hello?! :)

"hey, sooo i’ve seen your face on my dash a couple of times…" haha



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sabarni ya rab. i’m pretty sure i have high blood pressure and will die in 5 minutes. bye



ya3ni…..

ya3ni…..


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waiiiiiit a fucking minute… i think i recognize some bitch in one of the pro-israel rally pictures. my stomach is turning. i’m 90% sure it’s who i think it is.



nowinexile:

A solidarity banner containing the names of Palestinian martyrs hangs on the Raouche in Beirut, Lebanon.

nowinexile:

A solidarity banner containing the names of Palestinian martyrs hangs on the Raouche in Beirut, Lebanon.



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now that zayn malik posted #freepalestine maybe i will listen to one of 1d’s song for the first time in my life