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chemically-miserable:

chemically-miserable:

And these are the best photos I took last time I was in Afghanistan

Tbh I look at these photos and wonder why I’m not famous yet

"My revolution is born out of love for my people, not out of hatred for others."

- Immortal Technique, “The Poverty of Philosophy” (via eb-n-flo)

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isqineeha:

Disposable Bodies Series (2011-2013) - Palestinian Artist Laila Shawa

In The Other Side of Paradise, I explore the motivations behind the shahida—the Arabic term for “female suicide bomber”—a question that few people would likely choose to consider. The core of the shahida model revolves around a troubling confusion of eroticization and weaponization. In this installation, I sought to assign to each aspirant an identity and wholeness that would otherwise be denied her in the routinely horrific media reports of female suicide bombers in Gaza. - LS

The Other Side of Paradise is the title of the exhibition that hosted the Disposable Bodies Series.

warkadang:

Damon Lynch - Badakhshan, Afghanistan

Photographs taken in Tajikistan, on the border with Afghanistan, depicting the Afghan side of the border. 

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warkadang:

SOUTHERN AFGHANISTAN. 1978. Portraits of Baloch women and girls in traditional clothes. 

Photographs by Roland and Sabrina Michaud. 

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warkadang:

Kuchis (nomadic Pashtuns) near the great statues of the three Buddhas in Bamiyan, Afghanistan. 1977-78. 

Photographs by Tony Bates.