Human Rights Essay

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The world consists of seven million people, each different from the other by birth of orgin, gender, ethnicity and race but who all possess equal rights to live and be happy. These seven million people are built from a wide range of unique people, we as individuals will learn to find out everything surrounding us we will meet many different people during our life. The word ‘man’ is related to the concept ‘human’; it’s an approach to life, which also considers interests and welfare of other people. The rules of human behavior declares no one has the right to hurt or harm other people on purpose, because they have the same rights as all of us. Our feelings and wishes are human in a similar way. The majority of people: need friendship, feel pain and humiliation and need protection and safety. By treating people the way we want to be treated starts with love, respect and understanding. As a community we should ensure respect of the differences that are apparent in out cultures, enthusiastically learning what we have to offer one another in terms of knowledge, languages, styles of problem solving, family life and survival. By treating each other with this philosophy there would be no war, no violence, no starvation, no thirst, no homeless and no one would be unloved. The religion in the last 2,000 years generated many wars; this is due to the religiousness and different customs in-between countries. A Jew cannot disrespect a Christian and vise versa; the same applies to Muslims and Islam’s. Terrorism is a great example that people are not treated in the same way. Terrorism is nothing more than terrifying a person, group or nation. In the last years the U.S.A had immense destruction due to terrorism. Two of those planes, American Airlines Flight 11 and United Airlines Flight 175, were crashed into the North and South towers, respectively, of the World

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