This is so symbolic. No matter how strong and invincible we think we are we are nothing without the generations that came before us. The ones that were physically pushed off their land, the ones that will die without seeing a free Palestine. It seems as though they’re the ones that should be broken, but they’re the ones that are helping us get back up and everything we do is because of what they’ve taught us.
i’ve made gif-frankenstein from other pictures ☆.｡･:*:･ﾟ ☆.｡･:*:･ﾟ ☆
Please #HELP - let’s find this little #muslimah - May Allah bring her back to her parents safely! #allahakbar
"Twelve-year-old mina Ladson was last seen at her residence in the 800 block of N 42nd Street on Tuesday, Jan. 21st.
Mina is prescribed medication that, if not taken, could affect her well being.
Police say it’s possible Ladson is staying with family friends or relatives, but the amount of time she’s been missing without her medication puts her at risk.
Mina is described as 5’2” and 129 lbs with a dark complexion and eyes and black straight hair in braids. She was last seen wearing khaki pants, a navy shirt, a pink jacket with a gray stripe, a black and gray scarf and black boots.”
Strike for Freedom continues:
Today, over a thousand women and children refugees from Eritrea and South Sudan gathered in front of the US embassy in Tel Aviv, as well as the UNHCR office there to protest demanding that they receive their basic human rights and their friends and family members be released from detention centers. They carried signs and chanted as they walked down the street. This comes less than a week after 5 days straight of protests by Eritrean and South Sudanese refugees demanding the same things along with asking that the Israeli government look at all of their Asylum applications. Women and their children marched through the streets today again, after taking a 4 day break from the initial protests where tens of thousands of men, women and children from both country gathered to protest.
While these protests were going on, a group of representatives from the Eritrean and South Sudanese refugees attended a Knesset meeting, just a week after initially being banned by right-wing members of the Knesset, specifically Speaker Yuli Edelstein. The main topics of discussion included the policy of border authority and immigration towards these asylum seekers.