Okay going to leave for a couple of days this time for realziess really really need to make a recovery plan for myself cuz I can’t do this anymore. Going to miss some of you a lot but crazy enough some of you inspired me to try to better myself. I want to be better for me but also for you. Be aware in a few days gonna come back and reblog like crazy compromising for all the passed days. You’ve been warned ;)
Moroccan Proverb (via therockinmoroccan)
My parents response: 3ala lmachmach li ma dabch o ma 7lach.
I can’t believe I was that young when the whole Muhammad al-Durrah crime was televised. I swear I still remember it. My parents where siting in the living room and I saw my mum crying and my dad had his hands on his head. I asked what was going on and got send out of the room, not wanting me to see. I hid under the dining table, because i was curious needed to know what was going on, looked at the screen. I saw the whole image passing before my eyes. I couldn’t really comprehend what was going on. I had nightmares because of it for weeks. I was too afraid to tell my mum, afraid she’d yell at me for not listening. Only when I got older I saw the image again and recalled the event. That’s when I started opening up some books about it. The rest is history. Ya allah protect our brothers and sisters in Palestine.
This Week In History: 12-year-old Palestinian boy Muhammad al-Durrah is shot to death in his father’s arms by Israeli troops
On September 30, 2000, the second day of the second intifada, the father and son were caught in a cross fire and hid behind a concrete cylinder. For 45 minutes Jamal al-Durrah shielded his son from Israeli fire as several bullets narrowly missed them. He desperately waved and shouted: “Don’t shoot!” but to no avail.
Muhammad al-Durrah was shot four times and eventually slumped across his father’s legs, who was also shot and lost consciousness.
An ambulance driver who tried to rescue the boy and his father was also killed, along with a jeep driver, and a second ambulance driver was wounded. Muhammad lay bleeding for at least 17 minutes before an ambulance was able to pick them up.
I remember it like it was yesterday! And how everyone burst into tears.
Tears. This breaks my heart
This is like the Arab 9/11. Everyone was watching this on tv, and it seemed unrealistic and too tragic.
Always a reblog
|—||Ali ibn abi Talib (via rabbitinthemoon)|
That one friend that acts out when boys are around
I’m waiting for something that I don’t know what is it… I know it’s coming, and I keep waiting.
|—||Prophet Muhammad saw. (Tirmidhi)|