The tunnels of Gaza | Paolo Pellegrin
Ticker Tape Parade in New York for presidential nominee John F. Kennedy, October 1960.
Love Peace Love,
inspired from a song for algerian singer, souad massi :)
This design means to me because it is a photo that i took 2 years ago in Beirut & it has both war sign & mashrou3 leila’s poster as well, lovely !
if u like it, reblog,
Racist Mob, Incited by Israeli Leaders, Attacks African Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Tel Aviv [published May 24th, 2012]
How did this happen?
The short answer begins by examining the protest, which was organized by Likud activists and attended by several Knesset members, who (for obvious political reasons) stood before the masses and blamed their hardships on African refugees with incendiary catch phrases.
Addressing the “infiltration problem,” Knesset Member Miri Regev (Likud) criticized the Israeli government for not sending the African refugees from whence they came, calling them “a cancer in our body.” Danny Danon (Likud) followed up his incendiary speech by posting on Facebook, “Israel is at war. An enemy state of infiltrators was established in Israel, and its capital is south Tel Aviv.” And Michael Ben-Ari, a former member of the racist Kach party, incited the crowd by tapping both into their economic despair and xenophobia, warning them that the Africans would take all available jobs and leave everyone else with nothing.
Photo 1: A mother with her baby cries minutes after she was attacked by a mob, with the baby thrown to the ground, following a protest against African refugees and asylum seekers in Tel Aviv’s Hatikva neighborhood.
Photo 2: Eritrean refugees react moments after their shop was attacked by an angry mob.
Photo 3: A woman with a shirt that reads, “Death to the Sudanese.”
Photo 4: An Israeli mob in Tel Aviv burns garbage and sings, “The people want the Africans to be burned.”