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frompalestinewithlove:

This is Mariam Barghouti. She is 20 years old and studies English and psychology at Birzeit University. Her favorite color is lime green and loves to read. She has a habit of looking high or having her eyes squinted whenever someone takes a picture of her, but not in this picture. Mariam is my best friend.
Last Friday, April 11, she attended a protest in Nabi Saleh. While she was leaving, she was stopped by Israeli Occupying soldiers and arrested with another woman based on slanderous testimonies made by Israeli soldiers. They were both taken to a police station where they underwent interrogation. The other woman that held the Jerusalem ID was able to be released on bail while Mariam, who holds a West Bank ID, was not. She was was falsely accused of throwing rocks.
Her first court hearing was held yesterday at Ofer. Her arrest was extended until Wednesday where her court hearing will continue. Everyone, please keep Mariam in your thoughts and pray for her immediate release.
pax-arabica:

This could be us but you a filthy two stater
lastrealindians:

From protesters near Tyendinaga.

malcolmxing:

Ethiopia.
mylittlerewolution:

25/Oct/2013 Sao Paulo, Brazil

You can’t say “I don’t do politics”, because silence is a political statement.
- Tariq Ramadan (via uniteforpalestine)

(via disciplesofmalcolm)


curtisdondeano:

shopdeano.com x @CurtisDonDeano
kalisherni:

dialecticalmadness:

South Asian resistance against British imperialism, 1930.

bless 

cho-yu:

"What’s wrong with having a fetish"

WHEN YOUR FETISH INVOLVES AN ENTIRE ETHNICITY IT’S 50 MILLION KINDS OF WRONG

(via headpeace)


indianhistorypix:

This was how the Taj Mahal was protected from bomber jets in 1942 during world war. It was covered with huge scaffold, to make it look like a stockpile of bamboo and misguide bombers.The covering is still incomplete in this photo. The whole of Taj Mahal was covered but this picture shows only the main dome covered.The govt. didn’t allow any photographers later to shoot the final scaffold cover.
During the India-Pakistan war in 1971, it was protected by covering it with a green cloth and making it almost invisible i.e. camouflaged within the greenery around it.
Even in 2001, after the Sep 11 attack, Archaeological Survey of India took up the precautionary measure to cover it with cloth