Dr.Azim hehe #doctor #hospital #amazingview #ootd #maxiskirt #scarf #turkey #istanbul #marmara #sea #bengali (at Fatih Üniversitesi Sema Hastanesi)
Day 1 in Turkey #turkey #istanbul #europe #ferryride #girlsday #bluemosque #hagiasophia #bridge #asia (at İstanbul)
BD in 2011, France in 2012, now Turkey bound in 2013!! Sooooo excited and thankful! :) #istaanbul #turkey #summer #2013 #scandalous #hehejk #AHHSOOEXCITED (at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW))
Anonymous: favorite foundation?
Urban Decay’s Naked Skin foundation…i like the weightless makeup feel and this is the lightest out of Nars, Make Up Forever, Mac, Smashbox, Benefit (that’s all i tried so far, but hello flawless by benefit is pretty light as well). Hope that helps :)
Lamoomoo likes matching me all the times @lamiaxahmed @noshin_khan #maxiskirts #blue #spring #macaroni #lamoomoo #teastain #babe #lamiasbikini #lamiathecatlady #badminton #byebootz
their Koran permits them to beat their wives...
Yes it does but could you tell me what with?
A blade of grass, I don't know the last time you tried to beat someone with a blade of grass but it is pretty damn impossible, you must look at the people the Qur'an was revealed to, the Arabs at that time (just like most of the world) would beat their wives brutally. To tell them they couldn't beat their wives would have caused rebellion, so Allah (swt) being the greatest of planners, revealed it in a way that was so clever. It permitted them to beat their wives (as not to cause rebellion) however only with a blade of grass (which we all know to be impossible). Then the most beautiful line came saying but surely it is better for you to forgive, do you see now that the Qur'an does not permit the brutal beating of wives which in that time would have saved the lives of many women. Also I suggest you look at the rights of a wife over her husband, then tell me my religion is sexist.
Suchhh a busy day mwahha yay for retail therapy! #me #somerset #sephora #elephant #ootd #summer #dress #poofhead #tired (at The Somerset Collection)
This Week in History: On May 14, 1948, the state of Israel was established, creating the largest refugee population in the world. According to Israeli historian Ilan Pappe, “Jewish forces expelled over a million Palestinians from their homes at gunpoint, massacred civilians and deliberately destroyed hundreds of Palestinian villages.”
Palestinians who escaped persecution from Jewish forces fled to Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the West Bank. As a result, there are now 4.5 million Palestinian refugees without the right to return to their homes in the land now called Israel. Many refugees still retain old deeds and keys to homes now occupied by Israelis.
The ethnic cleansing of Palestinians is known as al-Nakba - the Palestinian “Catastrophe” - and is commemorated on Nakba Day on the 15th of May every year, the day after Israeli Independence Day on the Gregorian calendar.
Throughout its history Israel has denied that al Nakba - which started just years after the Holocaust - ever took place, and just recently the Israeli government passed a fascist law that allows the denial of state funding to NGOs that participate in Nakba commemorations. In 2009, it banned the use of the term “Nakba” in school textbooks.
Palestinians don’t consider the Nakba to have ever ended, rather, as Israel continues its ethnic cleansing of Palestinians to this day - evicting them from their homes and demolishing others’ - it is ongoing.
Photos: Top: Thousands of Palestinians throng the beach as they are forced out of their homeland / Bottom: An elderly Palestinian couple during the mass exodus, Palestine, 1948 (UNRWA)
Saw this on Michigan Ave today, scariest smashed car ever…i dont want to drive :(
i feel like everyone has at least one friend whose mom you like better than your actual friend
omg raanu jaanuuuu
Spontaneous bum kidnapping/shenanigans with my best friendsss ;* #bff #froyo #trio #memoryloss #confusedze #kanzatalkstoomuch #dessert