MOHAMMAD SKATI


OUT OF RUINS, THERE WILL FLOWERS AND ROSES من اطلال غزة...ستكون هناك زهور و ورود


اذا تحولت مدينة كمدينة غزة الى اطلال من قبل عدوان قبيح فمن اطلالها سيكون هناك زهور جميلة و ورود عطرة في اي وقت... من العدوان البغيض سيكون هناك فقط فوضى و خراب و لكن من اطلال غزة الجميلة ستكون هناك حرية رائعة لكل الناس و لكل العالم اضافة الى الزهور و الورود. 26-08-2014 ____________________________________________

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Topic(s): liberty


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