Electric Abstractions

As I stood staring down from the ledge of the tallest roof top; I saw two world offered to me, hell and hell-on-earth. Peace is found in the free fall. | Palestine.
thinking-about-alsham:

These are the lines which a Syrian student wrote in his notebook, which was later found by his teacher in Madinah.
 -“When the war ends in Syria we’re going to close its doors and put a sign that says “nobody can enter”. We’re going to cry out of joy by ourselves, just like we lived our sadness by ourselves.”

thinking-about-alsham:

These are the lines which a Syrian student wrote in his notebook, which was later found by his teacher in Madinah.


-“When the war ends in Syria we’re going to close its doors and put a sign that says “nobody can enter”. We’re going to cry out of joy by ourselves, just like we lived our sadness by ourselves.”

(via palestiniangirl88)

When sadness was the sea, you were the one that taught me to swim.

—Iain S. Thomas, I Wrote This For You (via sunst0ne)

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isqineeha:

Um Kalthoum “We Darit il Ayyam” - Anwar Al Mutairi

isqineeha:

Um Kalthoum “We Darit il Ayyam” - Anwar Al Mutairi

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cityofconstantine:

Baker standing in front of the ‘American Bakery’ which displays signs in Armenian, Ladino (in Hebrew characters), English, Ottoman Turkish, Greek and Russian with samples of bread attached for the needy, Ortaköy, Istanbul, Turkey in 1922, part of the international aid for the occupied city.

cityofconstantine:

Baker standing in front of the ‘American Bakery’ which displays signs in Armenian, Ladino (in Hebrew characters), English, Ottoman Turkish, Greek and Russian with samples of bread attached for the needy, Ortaköy, Istanbul, Turkey in 1922, part of the international aid for the occupied city.

(via fatelovesarebel)