allthedaysordained:

The kaleidoscopic architecture of Iran photographed by Mohammed Reza Domiri Ganji

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Q: Why isn't there a muslim outrage about the persecution of non Muslims in Africa & the Middle East? You're all a bunch of savages.

pax-arabica:

You’re totally right.

I don’t know why we didn’t get orders from the great Muslamic hive-mind on what to think today. I usually share my brainwaves with every Muslim on the planet, so that we can all act the same way and all have one position on any issue.

Maybe there are technical difficulties at Muslim HQ™? You know, where all the Muslim decisions come from, for all the Muslims in the world.

All I got was my regular programming, you know…world domination, hating freedom, shuurriyaah law.

I’m sorry, I truly can’t answer you without further Muslim HQ™ discretion. I’ll just go take my daily Hummus shower with my Falafel scented soap and hope things get sorted out during it.

But you’re right. We should be civilized like you and call 23% of the whole planet savages and treat them as a homogenous blob with no humanity.


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cokeflow:

tumblr has defiled my sense of humor and now I’m on this new tier of humor that no one in real life understands

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woodendreams:

Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, US (by Howard Snyder)

woodendreams:

Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon, US (by Howard Snyder)

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africanstories:

A man and a boy exit after prayer at the mosque in the remote village of Hawkantaki, Niger.
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africanstories:

A man and a boy exit after prayer at the mosque in the remote village of Hawkantaki, Niger.

More on africanstories.tumblr.com

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huffingtonpost:

It was a moment Anthony Carbajal will never forget: standing on the stage of one of TV’s most popular talk shows, fighting for a cause that touches him and his family profoundly. All while his mom looked proudly on.

Watch Anthony and Ellen do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and see the full interview here.

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mattjonesphotography:

The view from one of our tea house rooms (roughly $2 a night) walking our way to Gokyo.  Trekking through Nepal’s Himalayas isn’t as expensive as some people might think.B-Sides from 'Lakes of Gokyo'

mattjonesphotography:

The view from one of our tea house rooms (roughly $2 a night) walking our way to Gokyo.  Trekking through Nepal’s Himalayas isn’t as expensive as some people might think.

B-Sides from 'Lakes of Gokyo'

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ssoja:

I started my third moleskine sketchbook a year ago, and well, these are all the sketches I made in one year…

I think I definitely need more free time ! `___`

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At least 50 percent of all of Gaza’s water and sanitation infrastructure is no longer functioning.

newshour:

UNICEF officer Pernille Ironside says there are "no safe places" for children in Gaza.

Learn more.

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humansofnewyork:

"The American jets were called Phantoms, because they appeared out of nowhere, and by the time you saw the plane, the rockets were already heading toward you. My friend and I were doing maintenance on the machinery when our factory was bombed. We heard the plane coming and tried to run toward the coal vault, but before we got there a missile tore him in half." 
(Hanoi, Vietnam)

humansofnewyork:

"The American jets were called Phantoms, because they appeared out of nowhere, and by the time you saw the plane, the rockets were already heading toward you. My friend and I were doing maintenance on the machinery when our factory was bombed. We heard the plane coming and tried to run toward the coal vault, but before we got there a missile tore him in half." 

(Hanoi, Vietnam)

softwaring:

Early morning light over a field of wildflowers and crystal blue lake in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado.
Jason Hatfield

softwaring:

Early morning light over a field of wildflowers and crystal blue lake in the San Juan Mountains, Colorado.

Jason Hatfield

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freedomismywish:

Sidi Boumediene mosque i have really left my heart here

freedomismywish:

Sidi Boumediene mosque i have really left my heart here

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