Our green birds, may Allah Azza Wa Jall grant them the highest of Jannah. Amin
panamsat3 said: You forget who started sending all of the rockets that started this whole thing. You forget the kidnappings and murders of the innocent teens. There is a reckoning for such violence. Don't think that Palestinian terrorists can get away with their attacks on civilians and not ever have to pay a price. Blood for blood is the way you savages like to fight it out. So be it.
Unfortunately for you our blog has zero tolerance for bullshit.
According to you trouble was caused by khamas rockets and this is a common lie that somehow manages to never get old:
Next you mention the settlers who went missing and were found dead. If killing teens (or children) is an indication of who starts trouble.. Israel is the trouble maker:
Also, here are some statistics on Palestinian child detainees - who are often kidnapped - which you will never mention. There are thousands…
Please keep sending in your lies - replying to them is the best way to show people the truth.
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Emergency aid needed urgently
Children and adults alike are being killed by heavy air strikes in what is the worst outbreak of violence in Gaza since 2012.
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my cousin took this picture at UC Irvine today.
a non-Muslim student holding an umbrella for the three Muslim students praying in the rain.
I originally posted this picture on my old blog. The fact that it’s still circulating just warms my heart.
I don’t think any post on tumblr has ever broken my heart as quickly as this one did.