“Osama is dead.”—A white man as he walked past me, a Muslim woman who wears hijab. I hear variations on this (including people shouting “Osama” or “Bin Laden”, often while pretending to shoot me, from their vehicles) on an almost daily basis. I live in a medium sized city with a significant Muslim population & that prides itself on “diversity.” It always make me nervous about the fact that I have to walk alone frequently. I don’t feel safe. (via microaggressions)
“Electricity, water and phone lines have been cut. Without access to supplies, milk and essential foods have run out. The 15,000 residents under lockdown are facing famine. Everyday, during the evening prayer, thousands of voices rise above the neighborhood for the rest of the city to hear: “Milk! Water!” they scream, their voices barely muted by bursts of gunfire.”—Inside Syria’s Slaughter: A Journalist Sneaks Into Deraa, the ‘Ghetto of Death’ | Le Monde, May 2011
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Jamal Hussein Ali
Sorry, Jamal. I don’t know how to get this thesis.