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hadeiadel:

pakizah:

Women at a literacy class
Kabul, Afghanistan
1969
Eve Arnold

Gameela
firstluvyourselff:

wa-llahi:

vivalafashi0n:

imdemetrialynn:

brianashanee:

Tell me his soul is not old.

eyes tell legends

this little boy>


Mashallah this child has through most stunning eyes ever

Mashallah
warkadang:

KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN. Man decorating his horse-drawn buggy.
Photograph by Victor Englebert.
anotherphotoeditor:


In this photograph taken on September 12, 2014 an Afghan man and his children enjoy a ride on the swings at a park in Mazar-i- Sharif. Afghanistan’s economy has improved significantly since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001 largely because of the infusion of international assistance. Despite significant improvement in the last decade the country is still extremely poor and remains highly dependent on foreign aid. AFP PHOTO/ Farshad Usyan
angela-kingnoorla:

Bamiyan #afghanistan
asmeezy:

this rug was handwoven by my mother dear when she was only 17 back in Afghanistan
almeh:

Tea shop in Kabul
B.K. Bangash
afghanproverb:

xealous:

Adbul Ahad Momand 4th Muslim and first Afghan Astronaut.He was the first Muslim who took Qur’an to the space…During Abdul Ahad Momand flight to space, his mother was extremely distraught over the safety of her son. Afghan President Mohammad Najibullah called Momand’s mother into the President’s office and arranged an audio/video conference between Momand and her. By this event, Pashto was considered the fourth spoken language in space.

"The way you
leave me
breathless is
something of
an art form, yet
I keep up with
your rhythm.

Our heartbeats
are sentences
that finish
each other."

- Noor Shirazie (via aestheticintrovert)

(via saharannprince)

"

اگر گناه من این است که عاشق وطنم
بــدان تا جهان است فــدای این سخنم

If it’s a sin to be in love with my homeland
Know, that I’ll never repent for that

"

- Najibullah Ahmadzai  (via bengalimonsterr)

(via bengalimonsterr)

kheirafghanistan:

An Afghan girl touches her mother’s artificial leg the ICRC Ali Abad Orthopedic center in Kabul, on November 12, 2009. The center, which is run mostly by disabled people, aims to educate and rehabilitate landmine victims and people with any kind of deformities, to help them integrate effectively into society. (Reuters/Jerry Lampen)

Salam Guys ❃☯❃

I’m staying in Shanghai for the next 6 months and i will post a lot of pictures about my life there.
If someone is Interessed you can follow my Instagram Account :felicexsusan.
I Hope You all have a good Day/Night .
Best Regards and xie xie ,
Susan

kheirafghanistan:

I’ve always seen this photo circulating around on my dash, but I never really knew the background story to it. Here it is:
Insane asylum, Kabul, Afghanistan, 1992
The pain of war has become too much for these men. Wrapped in blankets, they have retreated into themselves. Vulnerable and haunted by demons, they are the uncounted casualties of decades of war. 
“ولو أن إبليس يوما رآك، لقبل عينيك ثم اهتدى
And if the devil was to ever see you, he’d kiss your eyes and repent”Farouq Jwaydeh فاروق جويدة
thinkermag:

Afghan boys watch adult men struggle to reach the holy mace to kiss it in front of the Sakhi shrine in Kabul on Friday during the Nowruz festival of 2014.
Robert Schmidt/AFP-Getty Images

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