________________ ____ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ Working Title : Jewish Resistance: When Arms Go Up & Flags Come Down “Between 5 & 6 million Jews-out of the Jewish population of 9 million living in Europe-were killed during the holocaust.” This quote, derived and utilized in this paper from a website that is most focused upon history and its historical background and contents. The Holocaust was the mass/systematic extermination of a specific race or group of people, places, or things. The German Nazi party, which was recognized as a political party and a political movement at the time of its creation, disrespected and displayed acts of cruel and unusual punishment towards the Jewish People, and this message was spread around to the masses through multiple very calculated moves and acts of propaganda at the time, spread by ex-German Fuhrer Adolf Hitler, whom of which displayed and possessed a definitive hate of the Jewish
In 1939 Nazis killed about 70,000 Germans who had mental illnesses or disabilities. It was called the Euthanasia Program and Hitler put an end to it in 1941. The Euthanasia Program was a pilot for the Holocaust. (History) The Germans and others went for Jewish people and their businesses. Those two nights were called Kristallnacht, or “The NIght of the Broken Glass.” During those two night hundreds to thousands of synagogues were in flames and about 7,000 businesses were raided and destroyed.
The Holocaust caused the death of over six million Jews. This mass genocide is known by how horrific and inhuman the Nazi regime was to the Jews. However, what is not widely known is that over five-million other people of non-Jewish groups were killed during the Holocaust. Homosexuals, Gypsies and Jehovah’s Witnesses were a small amount of the many non-Jewish groups affected during the Holocaust. Homosexuals were one of the many non-Jewish groups impacted by the Holocaust.
Fleming uses statistics to describe how dangerous it is for refugees to cross the Mediterranean, Fleming stats, “ By August of that same year over 2000 refugees had already died trying to cross the Mediterranean.” By using this statistic Fleming tries to convey to the audience just how dangerous and deadly it can be for refugees who are trying to flee the war torn country of Syria. And that if they aren't killed by the fighting going on in their own county they are in just as much danger trying to flee their country. Fleming continues to use logos to appeal to her audience by stating that half of Syria's population which as of 2014 was at 22 million has been forced to relocate from their homes or flee the country altogether. Lastly Fleming uses statistics from the day Doah's boat was attacked and capsized to show just how tragic that trip was, Fleming stats, “ Only 11 out of the 500 people onboard that refugee boat survived.” With this statistics it really help to shed light on how desperate the situation is in Syria and how dangerous it is for Syrian refugees trying to flee their
He forced 20,000 Native Americans out of their homelands at gunpoint even though they were living in for years. Everyone was forced out, the sick, the old and the young. The trail they took was 1,200 miles long. About 25% of all the people died on the hard grueling trip. The Trail of Tears was a monstrous thing happened at the hand of Andrew Jackson.
Migrating from all over Germany, Italy, Poland and Russia, in 1910 three-fourths of New York City population alone were either immigrants or first generation Americans . The newly arrived 15 million immigrants were considered scapegoats to many Americans; they were to blame for all of the country’s problems. This made it extremely difficult for immigrants to adjust to life in the US. The rising immigration rate in the early 1900s is most commonly known for the migration of 3 million Jews fleeing both pogroms in Russia and economic hardship throughout Eastern Europe . Whilst the number of Jewish immigrants increased through to the 1920s, some Americans gained concern about the high numbers of Jews with different dress, customs and religious worship.
As the Latino population of the United States continues to burgeon, so does its influence in all aspects of American society. The far-reaching influence of Latinos has exploded in the past few decades, with 17% of the U.S. population who identify as Latino controlling over $1.5 trillion USD in spending power. A section of society where Latino influence continues to rise is in the American political process and the formation of public policy. Latinos have managed to fill a vacant position in nearly every spot of government, culminating with a U.S. Latino holding a crucial stake in a fierce battle for the presidency. As Latinos continue to grow in size and influence, attention should be invested in promoting civic engagement and enhancing political representation of Latinos at all levels of government.
If I was to put a system that addressed conflict into place, mine would be greatly influenced by the Talmudic tradition. Specifically, I respect what the Jewish Conciliation Board of America in terms of integrating a lay-persons court that was specifically established to fill a void for Jewish immigrants. My statement of policy would say that this is “a free and neutral court allowing individuals the opportunity to avoid potentially costly litigation, brought upon us by using justice, compassion and benevolence.” This court system would be created to make people feel as comfortable as possible during these often vulnerable experiences. My conciliation board would consists of one religious representative, one attorney, and one business person to act as hybrid mediator-arbitrator. The members would be volunteers selectively chosen to participate.
The Palestinians were innocently living there when they were evicted from their homes, and they need to be able to seek safety in a home once again. The Palestinian refugee crisis is one of the world’s biggest issues today. Israel 's declaration of independence in May 1948, forced more than 350,000 Palestinians to flee their native land as Zionist paramilitaries carried out massacres and forced expulsions. The military of Israel continued to the plan of uprooting and expelling the indigenous Palestinian people, forcing another 400,000 Palestinians to flee their homes and land. Altogether Israel expelled more than 75 percent of the Palestinian populations.
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 the Palestinians and Jews to establish their own nation, but by doing this, a war between the two was almost inevitable. They broke up the area with borders and as soon as they did that, there was an immediate segregation between Israelis and Palestinians. But the biggest problem was that a lot of palestinians lived in the area now controlled by Israel and quite a lot of Israelis lived in the area now controlled by palestine and there was no “fair” way to decide who lives where.