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Personality Types Under Stress: INTJ

myersandbriggs:

INTJs’ precision thinking and need for accuracy causes them to be inflexible at times. Having thought out a strategy, the INTJ may stubbornly disregard those who they think have not spent as much time reflecting on an idea as they have. This, along with their drive to produce…

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news-from-syria:

Lovely Morning from Safita 
Safita (Arabic: صافيتا‎) is a town in Tartous Governorate, northwestern Syria, located to the southeast of Tartous and to the northwest of Krak des Chevaliers. The city has a population of 33,000. It is situated on the tops of three hills and the valleys between them, in the Syrian Coastal Mountain Range. 
The city has been inhabited since the times of the Phoenicians, and several archaeological discoveries have been made, including Phoenician and Canaanite settlements.

news-from-syria:

Lovely Morning from Safita 

Safita (Arabic: صافيتا) is a town in Tartous Governorate, northwestern Syria, located to the southeast of Tartous and to the northwest of Krak des Chevaliers. The city has a population of 33,000. It is situated on the tops of three hills and the valleys between them, in the Syrian Coastal Mountain Range

The city has been inhabited since the times of the Phoenicians, and several archaeological discoveries have been made, including Phoenician and Canaanite settlements.

At that moment, in the town of Coeur d’Coeurs, events occurred that are not, were not, and should never be considered an ending. For endings, as it is known, are where we begin.

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Number of Syrian Refugees in Turkey Reaches 1.6 Million

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The number of Syrian refugees in Turkey has reached 1.6 million, Fuat Oktay, director general of the Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency, said Monday.

"There are 1.6 million Syrian refugees in Turkey as of today. The number of [refugees] from Kobani is 180,000 and this flow continues,” Oktay is quoted as saying by the Turkish Anadolu news agency.

Oktay noted that no other country has provided this much help to refugees from Syria. More than 20 refugee camps have been set up in ten Turkish provinces, where displaced persons are provided with shelter, food and medical care, and children are able to attend school. However, only a fifth of the Syrian refugees are staying in these camps.

Turkey has spent some $4 billion on aid to displaced persons from Syria. Local authorities have declared an open door policy, though some Turkish cities have seen protests over the influx of Syrian refugees.

Syria has been torn apart by civil war for more than three years. The Syrian Army is fighting multiple rebel groups, including the Islamic State (IS), which for the past several weeks has besieged Kobani, one of the largest towns in the Kurdish region of Syria bordering Turkey.

asylum-art:

fCan piling logs be an art form? Yes, apparently. There are people out there who arrange huge piles of logs into beautiful pictures that will gradually disappear as they are burned throughout the cold winter months.

It can all seem a bit absurd until you realize that, depending on the type of wood and how they’re cut, logs actually present quite the variety of colors and textures for someone with the patience and the eye to take advantage of them. There are even art galleries that have showcased art like this. If you’ve been inspired to create your own log pile art, share it with us below!

  1. Created by Gary Tallman
  2. Created by: Alastair Heseltine
  3. Image credits: Lyn / Neale
  4. Created by Gary Tallman
  5. Created by Gary Tallman
  6. Created by: Olle Hagman
  7. credits:David Henry
  8. Created by:Gary Tallman
  9. Created by: Gyula Varnai
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news-from-syria:

RIP SERENA SHIM  you bravely exposed Turkey’s role in the destabilization of Syria and now they killed you? 

Serena is an American journalist has been killed in a car crash in Turkey just a day after claiming she claimed the Turkish intelligence services had threatened her over her reporting of the siege of Kobane.

Serena Shim, who worked for Iran’s state-owned Press TV as Turkey correspondent, died in the city of Suruc in mysterious circumstances  

Shim’s death came just days after she spoke on camera of her fears of being arrested, claiming Turkish intelligence agents had accused her of spying after one of her reports suggested ISIS militants were being smuggled back and forth over the Syrian border in the back of aid vehicles.

This is the video where she speaks of her fears and the threats she received ONE day before her death


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