April 14th marks the remembrance of the brutal Anfal campaign. Although the campaign began prior to this date, the Ba’athist regime launched the largest Anfal operations in the Germîyan areas in the South/Southeast of the province of Silêmanî on this date. In 1988 Saddam began a genocidal campaign code-named Anfal, a carefully planned eight-stage operation where 182 000 men, women and children were killed. This was part of a wider genocide that began decades earlier as hundreds of thousands of innocent Kurds perished as families were torn apart and over 4500 villages were destroyed. The genocide saw the use of chemical weapons countless times, most notably in Helebce, the disappearance of boys and men of any ages and the killings of Feylî Kurds in the 1970s and 1980s. The Kurdish nation continues to seek political, legal and moral recognition of Anfal as a genocide according to the 1948 United Nations Genocide Convention.

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Character design for Animation

Week 2: Super-heroes
Creating a super-hero from town/state/country that we’re from.

So I did a buff short Maldivian man who replaces all fishermen in the Maldives. He can squirt fish or any fish product like ‘rihaakuru’ (fish paste) from his magic dead fish. He doesn’t really need to defend himself from anything, but I thought the shield looked cool anyway. He’s always in extreme super-hero poses; kinda like Johnny Bravo. Also, he can summon any sea creature by blowing on his conch shell. The bullet holder thing (what are those called?), holds fish filled with toddy whenever he needs to revamp his energy. After suggestions from people, I’ll simply call him Thakuru.

tipsy-godhead replied to your post:M!A: Name: Has an orgasm every time someone says their name. 1 Day.

her name… you mean feylin? feylin would be her name. its a nice name too feylin. would fey or feyli count? or just feylin… gosh i love to say that feylin, just rolls off your tongue. feeeeeeeeyliiiiiiiiiiiiiiin

She let out a cry of unintentional pleasure, her knees feeling weak as she nearly collapsed. “S-stop, I’m begging y-you”

www.maldives.com.co Traditionally, Feyli has been a part of Maldivian dress and has been part of Maldivian culture for a long time with records even as far as 1340s. It was worn both by men and women in the #Maldives during the monarchy. #culture #clothes by reallynattu http://ift.tt/1dHNIllwww.maldives.com.co Traditionally, Feyli has been a part of Maldivian dress and has been part of Maldivian culture for a long time with records even as far as 1340s. It was worn both by men and women in the #Maldives during the monarchy. #culture #clothes by reallynattu http://ift.tt/1dHNIll

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