The Arab groups established the groundwork by fighting against the Turks and organizing themselves into somewhat cohesive national identities like: Iran, Iraq, Palestine, etc. On the other hand, the Jews did it by migrating with a lot of people to the area and setting up their own economy and system of self-governance. Their Migration was followed on by hundreds of years of Jewish persecution in Europe, two world wars and the Holocaust. Because of these terrible events, it is almost as if Israel was established as a safe haven for Jewish refugees. Finally in 1947, Britain and UN got around to keeping their word and allowing
Following his decision to leave school, he in join the Arab Baath socialist party. Members of the party were quick to notice Hussein’s abilities and after two years, he was sent on a mission to assassinate Karim Qassem. The planned failed and Hussein fled to Egypt. In 1963, upon his return to Iraq and following the death of Karim Qassem, he was designated as Michel Aflaq’s successor (Karsh & Rautsi 2007; Post, 2010). Hussein continued to climb up the ladder of the Baath party, all the while exhibiting loyalty and commitment to their cause (but not its members).
However, Caligula’s fall to depravity came from his claim to divinity, where he would put statutes of himself in Jewish temples, put his head on the statues of the Greek god Zeus, and attempted a move to Egypt before his assassination by the Praetorian Guard in 41 A.D.” Considered as Caligula’s greatest flaw where he wanted to be worshipped as a perpetual god by moving to Egypt, thus lead senators to conspire his death when least expected. After four years on the throne, Caligula was assassinated by the Praetorian Guard for revenge, putting an end to a reign filled with homicidal bloodlust, illicit sex, and malice. In a world where a man is exalted a god among his people, Caligula could not fill those shoes even though he had complete control of Rome. None of the world would understand that Caligula was just a pessimistic individual that gave Rome pain because his uncle destroyed his livelihood, innocence, and childhood. Although his thirst for blood and power came with a price, Caligula generated a tapestry of inhumane dictators that ruled by fear, ambition, and proclaimed a god among their people.
In contrast to medieval sculptures, which was based on religious sentiments, Renaissance sculptures took biblical topics, but focused on the human aspect of the characters involved. One such biblical story of the young David slaying the Philistine giant Goliath with a stone from his sling, served as a heroic inspiration for numerous Renaissance artists. Two of Florence’s most celebrated sculptors Donatello and Michelangelo rendered the same story of David in extremely novel and distinct way. Being a foremost masterpiece in the Bible, David 's story was a factual account illustrating the fact that Lord intercedes for His people. David was a shepherd, the youngest of the eight sons of Jesse of Israel, and his state was battling the Philistines, including a 9-foot giant named Goliath.
The Great Gilgamesh The Epic of Gilgamesh talks about an actual historical figure, a king named Gilgamesh who w reigned over Sumerian city-state of Uruk around 2700 B.C. He was wise and mighty. However, because of his tyranny, gods created his counterpart, Enkidu, to stand up to Gilgamesh. After their meeting and combatting, they finally became close friends. Together with Enkidu, Gilgamesh killed the Bull of Heaven and overthrew Humbaba in the cedar forest.
The debates from the abolition of child labor to abortion of fetuses, from the practice of homosexuality to polygamy, are all comes under this hot topic. The kings and imperialist powers ruled the early ages ruthlessly; however, still the morality mattered even in the absence of accountability. Kings never wanted himself to be betrayed; this is nothing but morality. Cyrus II occupied Babylon and freed the slaves and allowed them to return to their homeland. He was praised for this act as a savior in the book of Isaiah.
Mahatma Gandhi is one of the great figures of the twentieth century. In a century marked by the excesses of Nazism and Communism, the struggles against Colonialism, and two World Wars, his theory and practice of nonviolence shined like a beacon of hope. He tried to create a religiously tolerant and inclusive civic nation in his own country, divided as it was along religious, linguistic and ethnic lines. How to live in peace, justice and prosperity in today’s pluralistic societies is a lesson that he never tired of teaching, and from which people everywhere can learn. When Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948, the world hailed him as one of the greatest spiritual leaders, not just of the century, but of all time.
Paul than did just that, he set out and spent years bringing the news of Jesus and the Glory of God to the Gentiles. Freeing the Gentiles from what was their false gods and laws to God who would bring them grace and peace. But around the time of 49 A.D. the people of Galatia
God has already neutralized the Muslims, but the world forces are claiming credit, and the mother of all compromises has been worked out. All the world has agreed to parcel out the Middle East in ways that suit themselves, but because they do not trust each other, all the troops from all the nations stay exactly as they were in Israel. But there is a mighty problem: Israel. The agreed compromise cannot work without the consent of Israel and Israel is not buying it. The beast now comes into play and appoints a Jew, highly recommended by Israel, to be the supreme commander of all the disparate armies in Israel, and even China agrees, finding the Jewish supreme commander acceptable, and acquiring for herself the choice of several high-ranking positions in the supreme command structure.
There are many deeds he did which helped him achieve his standard but the three most important one’s are: the 21 day fasts he did to protest against the between the Muslims and the Hindu’s; becoming a successful lawyer with a law office in South Africa back when no one respected India; taking three bullets right in the chest to free India from the British control. Many think that taking the bullet in the chest for his country by Nathuram Godse was his most important achievement as it helped free his country on 15th August 1947 as his death sparked the Indian’s to take back their country and end the ‘British Raj’ (what the indian’s called the British