Sa7a chribetkom !

Sa7a chribetkom !

Everyone here tell me that I look like I’m not married cause I don’t pluck my eyebrows.

androphilia:

Gaza Resident: I’m Called a Human Shield for Refusing to Leave My Home

Abby Martin speaks with Suha Najjar, a resident of Gaza City, discussing the horrors of daily life on the ground in Gaza since the Israel’s latest offensive and debunks the ‘human shield’ rhetoric often heard from the IDF when justifying indiscriminate killings of civilians.

I’m self-sufficient. I spend a lot of time on my own and I shut off quite easily. When I communicate, I communicate 900 per cent, then I shut off, which scares people sometimes.

Björk

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• JOY •

They will not fight you except within fortified cities or from behind walls

The Quran, Surat Al-Hashr (The Exile), 59:14.

Outside // Inside

Yes, tears can be thoughts, why not?

Louise Erdrich, from The Round House

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Allahumma unsur fi Islam w elmoslimeen fi kolli makaan amiin.

So it happened that we were driving passed the little city of El Jem when the Maghrib Adhan went on. We had some dates in the car and tried to look for a place to eat but of course everywhere was closed because people were at home breaking their fasts with their families. We asked everywhere but the only place that offered food was the one where they were having an Iftar for free. 
We were hesitant but went to ask if we could buy food from there since we were able and willing to pay. They were really happy to have us and accepted no money for the meal. This really touched me.
There’s a great Hasanat in feeding a fasting person in Ramadan, no matter whether poor or rich. This  reminded me again of the beautiful spirit of this Holy month. A month that is almost over.
Let’s try to make most of what’s left and spread peace and brotherhood amongst all people.
#ramadandiaries

So it happened that we were driving passed the little city of El Jem when the Maghrib Adhan went on. We had some dates in the car and tried to look for a place to eat but of course everywhere was closed because people were at home breaking their fasts with their families. We asked everywhere but the only place that offered food was the one where they were having an Iftar for free.
We were hesitant but went to ask if we could buy food from there since we were able and willing to pay. They were really happy to have us and accepted no money for the meal. This really touched me.
There’s a great Hasanat in feeding a fasting person in Ramadan, no matter whether poor or rich. This reminded me again of the beautiful spirit of this Holy month. A month that is almost over.
Let’s try to make most of what’s left and spread peace and brotherhood amongst all people.
#ramadandiaries

If you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.

Roald Dahl  

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I swear the Tunisian police stops you over the most stupid crap and try to find anything you might have done “wrong” for them to get bribes.

Like just now, the police stopped and asked to see the receipt that my dad has payed the highway tax. So the tax sticker is sticked to the front window (like usual) and he has like “yeah no you have to have the receipt cause when you take it to the car wash someone can steal it”. Okay..

Dad got super pissed and started yelling at the police and things kinda escalated for a while but at the end he “let us go”.

Why I have to leave Israel | Sayed Kashua | World news | The Observer

"Twenty-five years of writing in Hebrew, and nothing has changed. Twenty-five years clutching at the hope, believing it is not possible that people can be so blind. Twenty-five years during which I had few reasons to be optimistic but continued to believe that one day this place in which both Jews and Arabs live together would be the one story where the story of the other is not denied. That one day the Israelis would stop denying the Nakba, the Occupation, and the suffering of the Palestinian people. That one day the Palestinians would be willing to forgive and together we would build a place that was worth living in."

Bye bye beach life! We are going to Sfax :)

wonderful blog! love your pictures :)

@kkamankong

Thank you so much!! :) I’m glad you like this space!