Israeli settlers - who live illegally on Palestinian land and shouldn’t be there in the first place - regularly destroy and uproot olive trees belonging to Palestinians, often striking at night to go unnoticed.

Olive trees are a livelihood for many families, and a key component of the Palestinian economy. That’s how they are meant to survive. 

These attacks are by no means limited to agriculture. They also burn and vandalize churchesmosques, homescars and… cemeteries

I saved the worst for last. Israeli soldiers escort Israeli settlers to attack Palestinians then stand by and watch, if not join in too

According to the UN the annual rate of Israeli settler attacks against Palestinians has almost quadrupled in eight years.

GIFs from 5 Broken Cameras (2011)


Beautiful PAKISTAN :)

Just come once to PAKISTAN and see 

trust me you’ll Fall in love with PAKISTAN ^_^


10 Mesmerizing Buildings of Lahore.

Lahore is the capital of the Pakistani province of Punjab and the second largest and metropolitan city in the country. It is the largest native Punjabi-populated city in the world and an important historical centre of South Asia. With a rich history dating back over a millennium, Lahore is a main cultural centre of Punjab and Pakistan. Below is the list of 10 mesmerizing buildings of Lahore.

Lahore Fort.
Lahore Museum.
Badshahi Mosque.
Government College.
Wazir Khan Mosque.
Jinnah Library.
Cricket Club Bagh-e-Jinnah.
Railway Station.
Minar-e- Pakistan.
National Collage of Arts.

Gorgeous Pakistan and the eight administrative units. Inspired by this.


Beautiful and Blessed PAKISTAN .….

Kalash community, Pakistan.
The Kalash, or "Wearers of the Black Robe," 
are a Dardic people whose ancestry is 
enveloped in mystery: a legend says that five soldiers 
of the legions of Alexander the Great settled in Chitral, 
and are the progenitors of the Kalash. 
Today, the Kalash are one of the world's endangered minorities, 
with a population of about 4,000 remaining. (x)

“I miss Allah, but I’m the one that went missing.”

(via moeyhashy)


Imagine a country where almost everyone you meet would welcome you to their city/country. Where you couldn’t walk down the road without being offered at least 5 cups of chai. Where a policemen would flag down cars and insist the drivers take you to where you are going to save you the hassle of walking. Where someone would pay for your lunch even if they didn’t eat with you, and where you can guarantee you will be invited to someone’s house for dinner every night. Where the General police officer would offer you his own bed and sleep on the floor so you don’t have to. Where random people would stop you to ask “is there anything you need right now?” Or where shopkeepers would sell you their items below cost because they are just happy to be serving you. Sound like a dream? It’s not, this place is real, is called Pakistan…


Karakoram Highway and Passu Cathedral. - Pakistan Most beautiful road in the world

Google Search - Reunion from Google Pakistan on Vimeo.


Many families in Pakistan don’t have family in India including mine, but at the same time there are many who have loved ones across the border. This is probably the most beautiful video I’ve seen on the subject. From the source: “The India-Pakistan partition in 1947 separated many friends and families overnight. A granddaughter in India decides to surprise her grandfather on his birthday by reuniting him with his childhood friend (who is now in Pakistan) after over 6 decades of separation, with a little help from Google Search.”

Got a little teary, not gonna lie.


Untitled by jamesx


Sea Air Land by rmw1281


The Drowning River by TheCretin