reuters:

The Supermoon rises over houses in Olvera, in the southern Spanish province of Cadiz, July 12, 2014. Did you miss the Supermoon? See our gallery: http://reut.rs/U4OTGR

(Photo credit: REUTERS/Jon Nazca)

baynalharamain:

برّاا إسرائيل برّاا
يا إم الشر برّا

(Source: aboghram)

breakingitdown4u:

weloveblackgirls:

cagedlions:

"The Lottery". Watch it on YouTube [x]

There is a system for negroes , and everyone is being quiet about it

school to prison pipeline…it neither a game nor a figment of our imaginations. this is very real (and very profitable for Corrections Corp of America et al).

breakingitdown.co

(via an-accidentalmemory)

HOW IS THIS NOT IN MY WARDROBE

hijazi-art:

أحمد عنقاوي بطريقة جمالية وساخرة نوعا ما يظهر مكة قديما وحديثا 

Ahmad Angawi in a Artistic Sarcastic way presents Mecca Now and Then

from Edge of Arabia 

bunnyseason:

Roquefort - The Aristocats

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imnomuslimsuperman:

Please make dua for all your brothers and sisters in the world who are breaking their fast with next to nothing.

(via thebeautyofislam)

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(Source: ivylions, via thatscienceguy)

Widow Nation

“Iraq has been in a continuous state of war since 1980. Almost every family including my own has suffered a loss in these recent wars. According to the Iraqi Minister of Women’s Affairs, Mrs. Nawal Alsamaraai, an estimated 1.5 million “war widows” who range in age from 23 to 80 exist in Iraq today; 40% are younger than 30 years old.

Many widows do not have steady jobs and are totally dependent on their families and communities to assist them with living expenses and the burden of raising their children. Families living with the sadness of losing a loved one will forever suffer the psychological and emotional effects of that loss, resulting in a negative mindset. Emotional scars will accompany the war generations and their subsequent offspring, weakening their hearts and minds thus creating further disillusionment.

This series portrays the mothers and wives of those who have died in those wars; everyone a victim as much as the portrait of the loved one they hold. I dedicate this series to them.”

Ayad Alkadhi

(via azaadi)