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Text Preview                                                                                                                    Lizbeth Luna                                                                                                                             Period 2   

        11/26/14 
Terrorism 

 

We witness many different types of injustices everyday in our society. As we 

walk around the park or go to the store, people will start to judge us, discriminate against us  because of the religion we follow or what race we are. The most common types of injustice are,  for example, discrimination and anything that falls under that category. There is one injustice  that people know about but might not actually think of it as an injustice People have their own  ways of defining the word injustice. In the dictionary it is defined as a lack of fairness or justice.  There are many types of injustices our society has to face but one that affects us as a whole is  terrorism. 

 

Countries and Civilians have witnessed terrorism throughout their lifetime. 

Terrorism is the use of violent acts to frighten people in an area as a way of trying to achieve a  social or political goal. Terrorism affects everyone. It makes us feel unsafe and doubt the  protection from the national security, which is supposed to keep us safe and secured. Terrorism  even affects young children and those who witness or are exposed are at risk from experiencing  mental health difficulties.  Unfortunately, Terrorism is an injustice that is witnessed around the  world and affects the people. 

 

 

Terrorism is witnessed and experienced in our lives and around the world and it is 

clearly shown in the novel, The Book Thief. The novel is set before, during and after World War  ll. It focuses around the life of Liesel, a young German girl who is taken away from her mother, 

who is a communist, and sent to live with a German couple in Molching, Germany. An obvious  example of terrorism that occurs in the novel is the “Night of broken glass” also known as  Kristallnacht. On the night of November 9, 1939, nazi soldiers rushed through the streets of  Germany and break any windows they can find and plundered jewish businesses.   Terrorism is also clearly evident in the memoir Night. The story is about a teenager of the  name Elie Wiesel who lived in the town of Sighet, Transylvania. In 1944, Eliezer and his family  were taken from their home and transferred to the auschwitz concentration camp, and then to  Buchenwald. The memoir takes place during the entire period of the holocaust and shows to us  what he and his father had to go through during the concentration camps. A major example of  terrorism occurs when Eliezer and his family are transferred from the ghettos to concentration  camps. When Eliezer arrives at Birkenau and is separated from his family. While they were  being chosen to either go left or right, Eliezer notice a ditch with huge flames rising up from it.  He saw a truck coming close to it and unloaded a pile of babies. Eliezer can not believe his eyes.  He did not want to believe this and thought that it was all a nightmare and that he would soon  wake up from it. It is horrifying that people like the Nazis would do this to jewish people just to  let everybody know that the Germans are superior.  

Other than examples in the novels The Book Thief and Night, there's a clear connection  with Terrorism in the movies Batman Begins and The Dark Night. The movies are about a man  named Bruce Wayne who is later known as Batman. He fights criminals like The Joker and Ra’s  al Ghul. A major example of terrorism is the beliefs of an organization called the League of  Shadows. The League of Shadows is an organization that works to manipulate history and  correct civilizations and facilitate their destruction. The view of this league  has much in 

common with the Islamic terrorists who hate western culture and hope to overturn western ... Show More

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