During the war in Bosnia, the Serbs forced the Muslims and the Croats to leave their homes and were expelled. They used murder, arrest and detention, execution, rape and sexual assaults and many other violent ways to drive the minority ethnic group out of Bosnia. These acts were carried out by the army as well as the political leadership of Bosnia at the time of the war. The ethnic cleansing expelled 16,000 Croats, out of which many were murdered and many were tortured both physically and mentally in concentration camps. Destruction of their holy places, their homes and physical torture was all implemented in order for the Croats and the Muslims to leave Bosnia.
My final example of the violence between these two countries was the attacks on migration routes. Many Hindus blame Muslims for having to move from their home, as a result dozens of fights broke between the two paths, killing anyone in the crossfire. As you can see violence is not the answer it is cancer that plagues our society even
They made martial law because of the protests. They made martial law in May 19th 1989. Martial law was made to stop people from protesting. After martial law was made thousands of soldiers came into the square killing everybody in the square. Nobody liked the martial law.
The Holocaust was an era of catastrophe and hatred that lead to the deaths of many, many innocent lives (Meltzer Rescue 1). The Holocaust was considered a wrongdoing against all of humanity (Meltzer Rescue 3). The Holocaust was a time full of hatred and wrongdoing for many years (Meltzer Rescue 3). The Holocaust was an attempt to exterminate (Meltzer 15).The Holocaust was in many different places at once (Meltzer Rescue Map). The Holocaust took place in England (Meltzer Rescue Map).
The Mongols next attacked the Jin Dynasty of Northern China, their ruler demanded Genghis to surrender. From 1211 to 1214, the Mongols invaded and they sent refugees into the cities of Jin Dynasty and food shortage became a problem in the country and the Jin army started killing tens of thousands of its own peasants because of food. In 1214 the Mongols surround the capital of Zhongdu now its Beijing, The Jin ruler handed large amounts of silk, gold, silver and horses. Then the Jin ruler moved to Kaifeng but Genghis felt that the Jin ruler broke his agreement and Genghis destroyed Zhongdu. In 1219 Genghis went to war against the Khwarazm Empire.
Caliph al-Mu` tasim (r. 1242–1258), on the other hand, declined to recognize their power and offered these non-Muslims just abuse and dangers. Confronted with Mongol intrusion, he did little to plan, and the Mongol swarms soon encompassed Baghdad. They caught the city in 1258 and sacked it. They stomped the caliph to death, and totally crushed the city. They slaughtered some place somewhere around 100,000 and a million individuals, demolished all the books of the House of Wisdom and different libraries, smoldered down all the incredible landmarks of the city, and left Baghdad a seething ruin.
These were people that were savage and evil. The reason for this is because the Mongols were taking over the land of all the people unexpectedly. They were looting and pillaging anywhere that they could and they didn't care who they ended up hurting. When they went into battle the Mongol army would also rape the women that they found in the certain villages that they went to. Even with all this happening they still managed to do certain things that are
As for their military tactics were exceptionally barbaric, at times as a plan B the Mongols would siege their enemy and stay until either the enemy surrendered or their defenses became weak enough to easily penetrate them when they least expected it, (document D). Once the enemy defenses have exceptionally weakened, the Mongols would make strong attacks with catapults and arrows, if that wasn 't enough the Mongols would throw fat of the people they’ve killed, melting it, and throwing it to the houses when something was caught on fire with the fact it was almost inextinguishable. Making their army much larger than it needed was another great tactics that the Mongols used, “Sometimes they make figures of men and set them on horses”, (Doc D). at times they’d also send children and women on horses to add more people to this illusion. The barbaric side of the Mongols was that once they took over their enemies, they would execute everything that didn 't fall under their command, they even killed dogs and cats.
During their invasions of Eurasia, the Mongols ruthlessly captured, pillaged, and destroyed many lands. In an excerpt written by Muslim historian Rashid Fadl Abi-I’Hair in 1498, it states that the Mongols not only burned their great libraries, places of knowledge and culture, but the Mongol Empire also laid waste to their infrastructure and farms, which most likely had devastating impacts to their land (Doc 7). This would be a useful source of information about the Mongols, however, a Muslim person, whose views are most likely biased against the Mongol “infidels”, wrote
In the book, Manor Farm is Russia itself, and the farmer Mr. Jones is Tsar Nicholas II (1894-1917) who was the Russian Czar (Russian emperor). He was the ruler of that nation. During his time, the Russians had to go through too much poverty and upheaval, and not to forget the Bloody Sunday massacre which happened in 1905 when protesters demanding social rights were killed by the army near Nicholas ' palace. As the animals in Animal Farm lived lives of hunger and want, the lives of millions of Russians got destroyed during Nicholas ' reign. When the Russians participated in the World War I and lost more men than any country has ever in any war, the russian people who were now angry and desperate started to oppose the rulers that lead to the end of Tsarist control.