Farah Filasteen
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About: I am easy going, a free spirit, a good listener, critical, analytical, and observant but negligent, indifferent, aloof and clumsy, quiet but very sociable, young and an old soul at heart, detached and unemotional but sensitive, I am simple but complex.

I do not conform to anything that is the slightest bit 'the norm' or 'the dominant.' I am quick to question anything that is 'a given' or anything that appears to be a 'just because -' It is part of my analysis of the world. I am not pessimistic, just inquisitive and always on the quest for the multiple truths that make up the world.
Mohammad Al Durrah 
(September 30th, 2000) 

Never Forget. Never Forgive.

Mohammad Al Durrah 

(September 30th, 2000) 

Never Forget. Never Forgive.

#Gaza Strip, July 2005. Photo by: Shabtai Gold.Photographed near Jabaliya Refugee Camp. Drinking water is limited in the strip, and I am not sure how clean this water was

#Gaza Strip, July 2005. Photo by: Shabtai Gold.

Photographed near Jabaliya Refugee Camp. Drinking water is limited in the strip, and I am not sure how clean this water was

This is Jamila Al-Habash. On January 4, 2009, Jamila (14) and her younger siblings and cousins were playing on the rooftop of their family home when an unmanned Israeli drone aircraft fired a missile at the children, killing her sister, Shaza (10) and her cousin Isra (11) immediately. As a result of injuries sustained during the attack, Jamila lost both her legs above the knee. Her mother, Hala recounts:“The first thing I saw was Jamila without her legs, it was like she had been butchered, cut like meat. Her left leg was thrown about 100 metres, we gave it to the ambulance later…. Isra, I saw her brain. Then I saw Shaza, she was cut through her hip to her stomach. Her leg was gone, she was dead. I am a teacher, I take care of the health of the children if they are hurt. I did the same with Jamila, I told her not to worry, that I would take her to hospital, that I would get an ambulance.”Jamila Al-Habash is the epitome of Palestinian resilience. She is my hero. 

This is Jamila Al-Habash. On January 4, 2009, Jamila (14) and her younger siblings and cousins were playing on the rooftop of their family home when an unmanned Israeli drone aircraft fired a missile at the children, killing her sister, Shaza (10) and her cousin Isra (11) immediately. As a result of injuries sustained during the attack, Jamila lost both her legs above the knee. Her mother, Hala recounts:

“The first thing I saw was Jamila without her legs, it was like she had been butchered, cut like meat. Her left leg was thrown about 100 metres, we gave it to the ambulance later…. Isra, I saw her brain. Then I saw Shaza, she was cut through her hip to her stomach. Her leg was gone, she was dead. I am a teacher, I take care of the health of the children if they are hurt. I did the same with Jamila, I told her not to worry, that I would take her to hospital, that I would get an ambulance.”

Jamila Al-Habash is the epitome of Palestinian resilience. She is my hero. 

Ola Tamimi, the sister of Mustafa Tamimi (may he rest in peace)The anguish and heartbreak in this photo speak volumes. Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un (إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ)

Ola Tamimi, the sister of Mustafa Tamimi (may he rest in peace)

The anguish and heartbreak in this photo speak volumes. 
Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un (إِنَّا لِلّهِ وَإِنَّـا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعونَ)

This is the Israel EVERYONE should know about. 

This is the Israel EVERYONE should know about. 

Israeli police evicting a house in Yaffa. 

September 18th marks the memory of the massacre of around 3,500 old men, women, and children at the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila in Lebanon. Just like the world insists on remembering 9/11, it must also NEVER forget what happened at Sabra and Shatila!

September 18th marks the memory of the massacre of around 3,500 old men, women, and children at the refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila in Lebanon. Just like the world insists on remembering 9/11, it must also NEVER forget what happened at Sabra and Shatila!

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