In 1971, president Apollo Milton Obote was overthrown by the military in a military coup. Idi Amin Dada, a Muslim became the president. Amin Dada became the first and only true Muslim to rule Uganda, for the man who replaced him following a bloody civil war; Yusuf Lule had reverted to Christianity while at school and had become a negative influence on Muslims who feared to take their children to Christian elite schools to avert what happened of Lule. Religion was a key factor in post-independence Uganda and its management required a specialised institution. Thus Idi Amin set up the Ministry of Religious Affairs to handle religious issues.
He additionally created ties with British and Israeli operators in the nation. President Obote initially reacted by putting Amin under house capture, and when this neglected to work, Amin was sidelined to a non-official position in the armed force. On 25 January 1971, whilst Obote went to a Commonwealth meeting in Singapore, Amin drove a rebellion and took control of the nation, proclaiming himself president. Idi Amin was at first invited both inside Uganda and by the universal group. Lord Freddie had passed on in a state of banishment in 1969 and one of Amin's most punctual acts was to have the body come back to Uganda for state internment.
Even the Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad said that the whole Muslim community are treated with contempt and dishonor by the US with denigrated religion, desecrated holy place and occupied Muslim's land. All Muslims were suffering 'oppression and humiliation' with their religion accused of promoting terrorism . In result that anti-Americanism is not about Arabs’ saying, however it spread to other counties. The emergence of anti-Americanism also appears in response to an anti-Islam video, allegedly produced by a bigoted Coptic Christian living in the United States. The film is about 14 minutes trailer titled Innocence of Muslims, the movie depicts the Prophet Muhammad in what Muslims say is a derogatory manner.
In 1962, Park Chung-Hee became the president of the Republic of Korea. He repressed the political opposition, the personal freedom of South Korean citizens and controlled the press and the universities. He also introduced the Yushin Constitution in 1972, which increased the presidential power and created a virtual dictatorship. People were disappointed toward President Park’s rule and he was assassinated on October 26, 1979. After he died, Chun Doo-Hwan who was the general of South Korean Army became the new president.
In 1962, Ne Win arranged a coup to gain control of Burma as a dictator until he resigned in 1988. Early in his reign, Ne Win put the “Four Cuts” policy into place (Council, 117). It was called the Four Cuts policy because it cut off the four main links between insurgents and their families. These four main links were food, funds, intelligence and recruits. A new constitution was drafted in 1974 to transfer the power from the military
The second war was happened in 1999, there was a war that happened in Liberia because of the groups of rebels wanted to bring down and drive away the current president of that time, Charles Taylor. They wanted to oust him because Charles Taylor was funding the rebel acts in Guinea, Ivory Coast, and Sierra Leona, even though his source of money already had been cut off and he himself already was indicted by UN , and those countries were suffering because of it. The rebels were from two different ethnic backgrounds and were backed up by different three countries that were suffering because of Charles
Nelson finally decides what he sees as the terrible inevitability – taking up arms and start an armed revolution against the white injustice and subjugation. He justifies his turnaround by saying that for 50 years non-violence had not reaped any benefit and his people were losing lives. When the enemy showed no mercy, he decided to show no mercy too. He had lost faith and patience with non-violence. He became the head of the rebel group ANC and was then captured and
He may have been democratically re-elected in 1952 and 1956, however his leading period was plagued by insurgencies from ethnic minority groups and communists, a nation-wide economic immobilism, as well as a wide spread inefficiency within his own government. However, U grabbed a decisive victory for his final time in 1960, only to anger his military and his minorities by placing Buddhism as the official state language. It was this decision that led to his eventual ousting after two years by a military coup, and the instatement of General Ne Win. Ne Win’s new government ruled on a single-party system under the Socialist Programme Party, with the goals of shut down opposition/ independent newspapers, nationalizing the state economy by taking large control of the private sector, rescinding the federal system, and finally and perhaps most importantly for Myanmar’s development, was the birth of the “Burmese way to Socialism.” His new constitution in 1974 created a fully authoritarian rule of the military in Burma, and created a catalyst of for military action against the minority ethnicities and the communist rebels. For example it was in 1976 when the National Democratic Front organized twelve different Ethnic parties to unite against their common enemy of the Ne Win military regime.
EDSA Revolution is a bloodless revolution and the liberation of the Filipinos from martial law. It happened on February 22-25, 1986. Furthermore, EDSA happened because when Ferdinand Marcos was the president, Ninoy Aquino Jr. exposed “Oplan Sagittarius” to congress, a plan of Marcos to put some parts of the country under martial law. Marcos implemented martial law and lifted it in 1981. Then after martial law, an election was held and Marcos won by landslide.
I would like to add one more happening of one famous personality. Hamid Mir is a blunt man as we all know and he has been debilitated to life a couple of months back just because he tried portraying real image of issues and politicians on media. Media is not concentrating on the right information rather there is always a mess between channels as one want to telecast news more effectively than other on. They will not research that issue entirely; they will simply broadcast it on screen to make puffery and to get consideration of people. Likewise, Our Media is also limited to talk against some huge divisions which in particular incorporate, Army.