Tag Archives: reblogged

التعليم والاحتلال Education and Occupation!

Originally posted on مش عادي:
Ariel is a settlment built in the West Bank in 1978, since then with government aproval and help it grew to become the largest of the West bank settlments, it sits between Jenin and Nablus, and now houses about 19,220 Israeli settlers. Nazareth, the Largest Arab city in Israel, built about 4000…

A Toast!

Originally posted on The Singing Martingale:
I saw the other day that some (well, exactly two) friends of mine in Haifa just got married (to each other). Since I didn’t get a chance to be at their wedding, here’s my uninvited toast (the groom’s side): One of many people’s objections to internet dating – including…

I Am Not a Stereotype

Originally posted on Espiritu en Fuego/A Fiery Spirit:
I am not a Stereotype Stereotypes Hurt.  No More Labels!! Women of all colors, races, religions ethnic groups and nationalities face double jeopardy. I will not be defined by the narrow conventions of your mangled mind. Me and Patti LaBelle got a new attitude. http://youtu.be/7jHToFiZuSU I…

Child of Gaza – Surviving the cut

Originally posted on A Conscious Mind:
 The sun is about to rise, but you are still asleep. This sensation of calmness and peace you are feeling is surreal. Everything around you seem to exist only because you want it to. Your feelings seem to be accentuated. This sensation of joy going through you, despite its…

Rape – Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines

I hated this song when I first heard it and watched the video – and as others would agree it is one disgusting song. I found this just now – even though you might have found so many articles and posts about what this song promotes. I need to reblog this: Robin Thicke’s summer hit Blurred […]

You should date a girl who reads.

Originally posted on Coco J. Ginger Says:
Date a girl who reads. Date a girl who spends her money on books instead of clothes, who has problems with closet space because she has too many books. Date a girl who has a list of books she wants to read, who has had a library card…