Done by: Bader Warrayat Grade: 10 Speech and Writing Mrs. Ahmed Smoking
Smoking is harmful to your body.
Smoking causes my health issues like it damages your lungs, heart, teeth and esophagus.
Causes irritation of eyes, nose, and causes many more problems. Smoking is not only harmful but it is costly and damages the environment.
The public, environmentalists, and religious believers, and governments all have different views on smoking and that’s what I will be discussing.
Introduction This is a picture of a person who has been smoking for most of his life.
Most of the public think that smoking is a bad habit.
It is scientifically proven that there are many things that smoking does to your body including shorten your life, cause cancer, it damages your lungs, heart, teeth, esophagus, causes eye and nose irritation you will have breathing problems, bad breath and many more.
But not all the public think that smoking is bad.
One article said “The non-smoker who complains about the second-hand smoke and how he/she would like to live a long life might die tomorrow anyway so they might as well stop complaining and go home and wrap themselves up in cotton wool and be safe-then.”
In the environmentalists eyes smoking harms that environment. Smoking causes carbon dioxide with is a green house gas which cause global warming making out ozone smaller and more polluted making it hotter melting the ice capes and eventually killing everyone and thing living on planet earth.
Although one little cigarette cant harm the environment that much you think? Smoke from cigarettes bothers and harms other people.
Tobacco smoking contains five regulated hazardous air pollutants, 47 regulated hazardous wastes, and more then 50 cancer causing agents and more then 100 chemical poisons in each and every cigarette you smoke or put into the atmosphere.
In the Environmentalists Eyes
In Islam anything that hurts your body or your health is harm, or forbidden.
Also in Christianity smoking is considered the work of the devil and that the devil makes you smoke.
Most Muslims are aware of and try to avoid the major sins in Islam - murder, suicide, adultery, alcohol, gambling, usury, etc. Muslims are forbidden to harm themselves or others.
Islamic scholars have historically had mixed views about tobacco, and until recently, cigarette smoking has not been unanimously forbidden or even discouraged.
Governments in most cases are completely against smoking in general.
There are laws against smoking in public in most devolved countries.
Also in places like Canada there is extra tax on cigarettes hoping to make people less egger to buy cigarettes because of the high price. There is government label warning on packs of most cigarettes that show and tell people exactly what they are doing to themselves and the people around them.