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There’s no school tomorrow / No children are left there

26 July 2014 — Demonstration in Tel Aviv in support of the Israeli massacre of Gaza (with English subtitles) [via]

(Source: redphilistine)

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old-vietnam:

During the height of the Vietnam war in 1968 (Chiến tranh chống Mĩ), the Vietnamese government established ties with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization). Vietnam was one of the first countries to recognize the state of Palestine, and the two countries have maintained really strong friendship relations since then. Both countries had forged a close bond during the struggle against occupation and colonialism.
But right now;
Palestine is under attack. Gaza, a coastal enclave of 1.8 million Palestinians, was bombarded by more than 1000 airstrikes from Israel in just a few days, killing at least 102 Palestinian civilians, most of whom are children and women. Israel has the fourth largest military power in the world, Gaza has neither army nor air force. The death toll of Palestinian lives is rising. 
Palestinians are our brothers and sisters.By all means, PLEASE SUPPORT PALESTINE.
Poster: by Palestinian artist Ismail Shammout, 1972

old-vietnam:

During the height of the Vietnam war in 1968 (Chiến tranh chống Mĩ), the Vietnamese government established ties with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization). Vietnam was one of the first countries to recognize the state of Palestine, and the two countries have maintained really strong friendship relations since then. Both countries had forged a close bond during the struggle against occupation and colonialism.

But right now;

Palestine is under attack. Gaza, a coastal enclave of 1.8 million Palestinians, was bombarded by more than 1000 airstrikes from Israel in just a few days, killing at least 102 Palestinian civilians, most of whom are children and women. Israel has the fourth largest military power in the world, Gaza has neither army nor air force. The death toll of Palestinian lives is rising. 

Palestinians are our brothers and sisters.
By all means, PLEASE SUPPORT PALESTINE.

Poster: by Palestinian artist Ismail Shammout, 1972

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Gaza is not the most beautiful of cities.

Her coast is not bluer than those of other Arab cities.

Her oranges are not the best in the Mediterranean.

Gaza is not the richest of cities.

(Fish and oranges and sand and tents forsaken by the winds, smuggled goods and hands for hire.)

And Gaza is not the most polished of cities, or the largest. But she is equivalent to the history of a nation, because she is the most repulsive among us in the eyes of the enemy – the poorest, the most desperate, and the most ferocious. Because she is a nightmare. Because she is oranges that explode, children without a childhood, aged men without an old age, and women without desire. Because she is all that, she is the most beautiful among us, the purest, the richest, and most worthy of love.

Journal of an Ordinary Grief - Mahmoud Darwish (via stay-human)

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