Furthermore, fear was struck into their hearts when they realized all the weapons and armor were stolen. This brutal tragedy would lead anyone to understand why the Virginia settlers would despise the Algonquian tribe. After this event, they saw them as more uncooperative and barbaric than ever. Before the
Malala Yousafzai, being a completely different person that any girl in her country demonstrates the gruesome and savage nature of the men and women in the country of Pakistan. She not only shows the unawareness driven by fright among the people there, but displays how horrid it truly was. Influences of a misinterpretation form of Islam yield the innocent under the hands of the miserable forces of the evil such as the Taliban. Subsequently, the country of Pakistan under Taliban rule has gone through continuous fear and discriminations that strip girls from their education. Malala Yousafzai, a young Pakistani woman who only wanted an education, was obligated to view her life at its worst and at the same time, view the desire and dreams of girls who fight for their education that they have been denied.
Trail of Tears The name of the Trail of Tears came from a Cherokee phrase that meant “the place where they cried.” In my opinion it was not correct from the European colonists to evict all the indigenous Americans, they had been living there for thousand of years and only they had right to live there. The people were treated with disrespect, and one of the only reasons this happened was because the government decided that land, gold and other finite resources were more important than lives of Indians. It must have been very painful for many Indians to watch their lands taken, the people die, and have to watch their families, friends and relatives abused and mistreated. Women were raped, people were separated from their families. It was
The way she exemplifies how the Taliban deprived girls from education is truly devastating to the ears. School is not a basic right in these areas and it is time to fix this insufficient issue. Women's´ rights are very limited and Malalas´ tone towards it is highly invigorating. Once Malala has put the pen to paper and crafted this into a speech, it has deeply affected the audience rather than utilizing physical force. Moreover, her tone allows the audience to have their full attention towards her protest on the right for education to the girls who are deprived of it.
Because the Britishers were busy with war, they were also not able to look into the conditions of Indians, leading to failure of crops, spread of epidemic diseases and death of many. Not surprisingly, this angered Indians and they needed some way to express their anger. The arrival of Mahatma Gandhi and his ideals gave them the ideal opportunity to do so. Gandhi claimed that “the real enemies were
How inter-religious conflict has hurt people over time. As discussed earlier, while organized religions followers have provided some individual followers, they have also caused numerous and devastating losses for mankind over history and continuing today: benefits for many 1. Religions have shamelessly obstructed scientific truth while promoting despicable behavior (i.e. that genocide is acceptable, and little girls should not learn how to read, that an eye for an eye vengeance is acceptable, etc. ), and widespread ignorance (i.e.
Rani lakshmi Bai and Nana Sahib became bitter enemies of the British and they led the revolt in their respective territories. A blatant act of back-stabbing by the British were widely seen through the annexation of awadh whereas the nawabs of awadh had always been loyal to the British. the sepoy was mostly came from awadh and British action deeply hurt the sentiments of them. even under the new regime, peasants had to pay even higher revenue and additional taxes were imposed therefore there was no relief from opperession. the British also provided no alternative source of employment to the people who lost their jobs due to the dissolution of the nawab's administration.
Gegory’s about women conducts intended for his daughter is a significant prove that men were the reason for women lacking education and reasoning power(Wollstonecraft, 1792). The other factor affecting the right to education for woman is religion. The threat of violence against women is still rampant in many parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan where women and girls are denied to access of education and face threats of violence if they defy orders to stay home ( Smith,K ). Because those people who thinks that educating a women is against the religion or “Islam”. According to Smith, in his article Shafia and her husband send their daughter to school in a small village in southeast Afghanistan, despite the threat from conservative community members who don’t believe girls need education.
A bad group called the Taliban attempted using violence to make her stop protesting against the bad things they were doing, like taking away girls’ education. The Taliban used violence to get what they want. She was even exiled from her homeland because it was not secure and protected there for her anymore because of the violent ways the Taliban used to try to stop her. This did not stop her though. She kept fighting for her cause, even in her new home in England.
Investigations concerning what happened in My Lai were misleading and superficial, and the info was suppressed. Americans at home really didn 't know what was going on in Vietnam and what they did know, made it seem like we did nothing wrong. In Dear America we lost the public 's support when information about what was actually happening was released. This is when citizens really started to disagree with the government 's choices and with us being in Vietnam. There started to be protesting and there was a huge diversity within the different groups of people.