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MTV VMAs 2014: Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner text through tribute to Michael Brown, Ferguson.

How disrespectful! What can we wait for from people like them. Ugh who the **** decided to watch their reality and buy their stupid endorsed stuff and made them famous seriously.

Kim Kardashian wanted to be a contender for the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award” next year but she was just told scripted reality shows, Bound 2 video joke that is pure art she made with her PR husband loved hubby or that sex tape she and her momager leaked someone leaked don’t count.

'But I work like so hard. Like I have to have my make up and hair done everyday and then like I walk around so that paps I call take pics of me and like I have to wear ridiculous clothes Kanye tells me to and then like I have to pretend I like him. And I also have to pretend like I care about my daughter like…like mothers that dont have kids for PR do and then like I have a reality! I have to do my stuff like while they record it and remember sentences and pretend those things aren't like scripted at all!! I work like so so hard'





I was speaking to a friend in Gaza and he told me that his little cousin is writing her name all over her body with her markers, just in case she gets blown up and no one can identify her. She is 11 years old. 11. The psychological pain and trauma the Palestinian children go through is absolutely repulsive.

This is heartbreaking to hear :(

(via lets-trytobehappyagain)

Muna Harib - Aid Workers - World Humanitarian Day

Man returns Israel medal over Gaza

A Dutchman honoured by Israel for hiding a Jewish child during World War Two has handed back his medal after six of his relatives were killed in an Israeli air strike on Gaza.

Henk Zanoli, 91, wrote to the Israeli embassy in The Hague to say he could no longer hold the honour.

He said an Israeli F-16 had destroyed his great-niece’s home in Gaza, killing all inside, in the recent offensive.

The Israeli embassy has declined to comment on Mr Zanoli’s action.

'An insult'

Mr Zanoli and his mother were awarded the “Righteous Among the Nations” honour by Israel in 2011 for helping to shelter a Jewish child from the Nazis in their family home from 1943-45.

The award is accorded to non-Jews who risked their lives to protect and save Jews during the Holocaust.

However, Mr Zanoli said in a letter published by Israel’s Haaretz newspaper that “to hold on to the honour granted to me by the State of Israel under these circumstances, would be an insult… to those in my family, four generations on, who lost no less than six of their relatives in Gaza.”
“The great-great grandchildren of my mother have lost their grandmother, three uncles, an aunt and a cousin at the hands of the Israeli military,” he wrote, referring to an air strike by the Israeli military on 20 July.

His great-niece is a Dutch diplomat who is married to Palestinian economist Ismail Ziadah, who was born in a refugee camp in central Gaza.

Mr Ziadah’s mother, three brothers, a sister-in-law and nine-year-old nephew were all killed after their family home was hit by Israeli aircraft.

Mr Zanoli, a retired lawyer, offered sharp criticism of Israel’s Operation Protective Edge offensive, warning that such actions could lead to possible convictions of “war crimes and crimes against humanity”.

Israel has defended its offensive in Gaza, saying its forces had gone to “unprecedented lengths to keep Palestinians out of harm’s away” by issuing warnings via text message, telephone and leaflet dropping.

Mr Zanoli has faced his own share of family tragedy after losing his father at a Nazi concentration camp and a brother-in-law who was killed for his role in the Dutch resistance during World War Two.

"Against this background it is particularly shocking and tragic that today, four generations on, our family is faced with the murder of our kin in Gaza. Murder carried out by the State of Israel," he wrote in the letter addressed to Israeli ambassador Haim Davon.

He was reportedly too frail to hand the medal back in person, but instead sent it to the Israeli embassy in the Netherlands.

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