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21 Powerful Portraits Of Afghan Refugee Children

laiba Hazrat, age 6. Associated Press photographer Muhammed Muheisen has captured candid photos of #Afghan #refugee children playing in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan.

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-Stolen- - -Stolen-

I love this spot color for yellow because even though the picture of the boy is sad and kinda almost disturbing the flower make it seem insightful . As well as how we can tell that the picture is representing to like not focus on the bad but on the good no matter what .

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Corbyn: Cameron is failing in his duty as a human being over inadequate response to refugee crisis

'Britain has granted asylum to less than 300 Syrian refugees since the start of 2014 - an embarrassing number compared to Germany, where up to 800,000 refugees are expected to be registered this year alone .. "The government's response to the refugee crisis has been wholly inadequate, and we are being shamed by our European neighbours. It is our duty under UN law, but also as human beings, to offer a place of safety, and play a role internationally to share our responsibilities ..

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I have to remind myself everyday to be mindful of those that truly suffer,who aren't living but merely surviving and thankful everyday for the things I take for granted,the basic things we all take for granted.

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A Iraqi girl in an orphanage - missing her mother so she drew her and fell asleep inside her.

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The Book Thief (2013)

The Book Thief. This was a good movie. Surprised by it and enjoyed it quite a bit.

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Cette Vieille Ville au Maroc, Recouverte de Peinture Bleue, Dégage Une Envoûtante Sérénité

Chefchaouen, Morocco I have been to Chefchaouen. Um... bring a guide, that's all I have to say!

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Chefchaouen, a small town in northern Morocco, is most famous for their vivid blue walls in its “old town” sector. The maze-like medina sector features a fusion of Spanish and Moorish architecture. The brilliantly blue walls, however, seem to be unique to Chefchaouen. They are said to have been introduced to the town by Jewish refugees in 1930, who considered blue to symbolize the sky and heaven.

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poeticislam: “What can my enemies do to me? I have in my breast both my heaven and my garden. If I travel they travel with me, never leaving me. Imprisonment for me is a chance to be alone with my Lord. To be killed is martyrdom and to be exiled from my land is a spiritual journey” [Shaykhul-Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah] Taken by Steve McCurry

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The nameless, formless people of Fata .I asked a refugee whom I met recently about his experiences. I asked him what he thinks is the worst thing a human being is capable of. He replied: “The ultimate insult to a human being is...