Pour Mes Soeurs
fotojournalismus:

Ahmad holds up a photo of his sister in their family farm 20 years ago. He turns his eyes away while describing how after losing access to water, he had to find work in a nearby Jewish settlement. “I became a worker for an Israeli settler from Argentina… It was very painful to watch water running all day long in his farm while my farm, which is only a couple of miles away, was drying out.”A Thirsty Generation: Read More
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fotojournalismus:

Ahmad holds up a photo of his sister in their family farm 20 years ago. He turns his eyes away while describing how after losing access to water, he had to find work in a nearby Jewish settlement. 

“I became a worker for an Israeli settler from Argentina… It was very painful to watch water running all day long in his farm while my farm, which is only a couple of miles away, was drying out.”

A Thirsty Generation: Read More

(via theimeu)

I miss my Dad :-(

ourtimeorg:

Hard work does not mean wealth!

ourtimeorg:

Hard work does not mean wealth!

gotasecond:

Apparently today is National Sibling’s Day. Not to brag, but I’m pretty sure I hit the jackpot.

Was this something I was supposed to know?

Happy National Sibling’s Day Mes Soeurs! I am very fond of each of you (as the purpose of this tumblr might suggest).

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tastefullyoffensive:

[rbanders]
robotindisguise:

This church has to be as least… three times bigger than this.

He’s absolutely right. 

robotindisguise:

This church has to be as least… three times bigger than this.

He’s absolutely right. 

whitehouse:

"I’ve got two daughters and I expect them to be treated just like anybody’s sons." —President Obama on equal pay for women

whitehouse:

"I’ve got two daughters and I expect them to be treated just like anybody’s sons." —President Obama on equal pay for women

stand-up-comic-gifs:

Tig Notaro (x)

Tig!