Samar Abo Talb

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feminismisatrick:

misanthrpologie:

Saving Face (2012), acid attacks on women in Pakistan

Meanwhile, in America, feminists are complaining about how dress codes are oppressive.

You idiots have never experienced oppression, and pray you never do, because this is what it looks like.

I think the reason why people fear Arab speaking populations like Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan (I guess those are the three the US is focusing on right now) is because there's a very harsh and beliigerent undertone to the language and it's indicative of the people.

Anonymous

maarnayeri:

NONE OF THE PEOPLE YOU MENTIONED ARE ARABIC SPEAKERS OH MY GOD.

The Light in Her Eyes (2011)

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Jun 3

so-personal:

vertical/photo blog

How amazing..

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Jun 2
Cairo, Egypt 2009

Cairo, Egypt 2009

Jun 2
Sharm Al Sheikh, Egypt 2009

Sharm Al Sheikh, Egypt 2009

Jun 2

Brighton, UK.

afacebehindacamera:

This is a ‘where are you visting from?’ board at a local restaurant


So smart

afacebehindacamera:

This is a ‘where are you visting from?’ board at a local restaurant

So smart

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unicef:


PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 18 March 2014
A girl at a UNICEF-provided water point, in a displacement camp in West Darfur State in Sudan in 2006. 
World Water Day – held annually on 22 March – highlights the importance of freshwater to life’s myriad facets. In 2014, the Day is drawing focused attention to the interdependence of water and energy. As the demand for both continues to rise despite their limited supply, users of these vital resources must look toward actions that promote conservation and sustainability.
©UNICEF/Georgina Cranston


Oh, My heart..

unicef:

PHOTO OF THE WEEK: 18 March 2014

A girl at a UNICEF-provided water point, in a displacement camp in West Darfur State in Sudan in 2006. 

World Water Day – held annually on 22 March – highlights the importance of freshwater to life’s myriad facets. In 2014, the Day is drawing focused attention to the interdependence of water and energy. As the demand for both continues to rise despite their limited supply, users of these vital resources must look toward actions that promote conservation and sustainability.

©UNICEF/Georgina Cranston

Oh, My heart..

Dear Spring, I am very happy to see you!