Do not make a mockery of your Creator when you were given sight and chose not to see. Do not clasp your hands over your ears when you are being told about what is happening to your brethren, is it too painful for you to hear?
Guess what? There are far more painful things then just words. If you want to understand the true meaning of pain, look at Gaza.
Pain is having to wait for the bombs at night, knowing they are going to drop from the skies like how Santa was supposed to drop gifts instead they were the worst nightmares of the children. Pain is having to watch your brothers and sisters found ripped apart, or covered from head to foot in blood, unable to smile at you anymore. Pain is having to hold his cold hand, trying to squeeze some life into it, unable to hear him say I love you one last time. Pain is getting a call 60 seconds before death, telling you to “evacuate the building.”
Pain is attending your best friend’s funeral. Pain is waiting for death because there is no hope left in living. Pain is watching doctors lose their calm as they try with trembling hearts to save a life they know cannot be saved. Pain is having to lie to a wounded child, telling them its going to be alright. Pain is lying in the rubble of your house, buried in its memories. Pain is being told to leave, and yet not being able to leave. Pain is living in a cage with your wings sawed off. Pain is not knowing what the word freedom means anymore. Pain is watching the world turn its back on you. Pain is losing all hope.
Pain is in Gaza
Gaza is in pain.

-Me

MAKE DUA FOR GAZA

(via indianmuslim)

michelle-ellis:

Pretty little flowers in a pond near my grandmas house


lotus. thats what they’re called.

michelle-ellis:

Pretty little flowers in a pond near my grandmas house

lotus. thats what they’re called.

this is very heartwarming. thank you Palestine. we may be distracted with the shot down air plane at the moment. but we never stop praying for you and work at our best capacity to help you.
in grief, we are united.

this is very heartwarming. thank you Palestine. we may be distracted with the shot down air plane at the moment. but we never stop praying for you and work at our best capacity to help you.
in grief, we are united.

But today,
regardless of nationality,
we are all
united in grief.

Najib Razak, Malaysian Prime Minister - upon MH17 tragedy

people, organizations, government; i love how Malaysians are taking the news calmly. it feels like we are emotionally trained for this now. we have dealt with this shocking pain before. this isn’t our first time.
imagine the same lost of MH17, only on daily basis. thats the pain Gaza. Palestine, we feel you.

#UnitedInGrief

akumanusia:

Alfatihah. 
Malaysia again, has been tested.
Bare in mind, Allah SWT knew everythings. 
Keep strong and unite.

*Deep condolences to all Malaysians.

i love how we now all know how to react; what to do and what to not do this time.
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akumanusia:

Alfatihah. 
Malaysia again, has been tested.
Bare in mind, Allah SWT knew everythings. 
Keep strong and unite.

*Deep condolences to all Malaysians.

i love how we now all know how to react; what to do and what to not do this time.
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akumanusia:

Alfatihah.
Malaysia again, has been tested.
Bare in mind, Allah SWT knew everythings.
Keep strong and unite.

*Deep condolences to all Malaysians.

i love how we now all know how to react; what to do and what to not do this time.

A Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 with 295 people aboard was shot down over eastern Ukraine on Thursday by a surface-to-air missile, American officials have confirmed. The plane was traveling at about 30,000 feet, according to tracking information from a military spy satellite. The satellite was unable to detect where exactly the missile was fired.

Military and intelligence analysts are using mathematical formulas, high-speed computers and other sensors to try to pin down the missile’s point of origin. Other analysts will work with the Ukrainian authorities to recover and analyze pieces of the missile and the aircraft to help determine what kind of missile was fired, the officials said.

The plane — Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — crashed and burned in an eastern Ukraine wheat field near the Russian border, in an area roiled by fighting between pro-Russian separatists and Ukrainian forces. There were no known survivors. Ukrainian officials immediately called the crash an act of terrorism.

The furiously unfolding investigation centered on Ukrainian separatists or Russian troops as the missile operators. The Ukrainian authorities said they had intercepted communications that indicated separatist involvement. But the reason for the attack — whether it was a deliberate strike or a tragic accident — was unknown.

“What we still don’t know is what were they thinking,” one official said.

“This is truly a grave situation,” said Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. of the United States, speaking in Detroit. “It’s important we get to the bottom of this sooner than later because of the possible repercussions that can flow beyond from this, beyond the tragic loss of life.”

Ukraine’s president, Petro O. Poroshenko, called for an immediate investigation and asked the Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, to send experts to assist. “I would like to note that we are calling this not an incident, not a catastrophe, but a terrorist act,” Mr. Poroshenko said.

Malaysia’s prime minister, Najib Razak, said, “If it transpires that the plane was, indeed, shot down, we insist that the perpetrators must be brought to justice.”

The New York Times, "Malaysian Jet Brought Down in Ukraine by Missile, U.S. Officials Say" (via inothernews)

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MH 17

investigations are still to find whether those responsible for it are just a bunch of under-trained morons or just some crazy-ass selfish punks. but this is definitely an act of terrorism! Malaysia do not tolerate this madness! we seek for justice!

arabs like this make me feel warm inside:) but i’ll always pray the future have better arabs

arabs like this make me feel warm inside:) but i’ll always pray the future have better arabs