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Leah Thompson

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  • 1. PEACE && WAR Leah Thompson
  • 2. SOME TYPES OF WAR Holy/Religious wars- This is where religious people  argue that their religion is better or tells the people to fight.  A conventional war is where weapons such as nuclear or biological weapons are used. A unconventional war is where they are.  Geographical wars are the places war takes place such as the jungle, artic, desert and mountain.
  • 3. RULES OF JUST WAR Must only be used as a last resort   Can only be fought with a reason i.e. self defence.  Must be able to establish peace in the end.
  • 4. PACIFISM Pacifism is where you do not believe war should  break out under any circumstances.  Pacifists can also be known as Conscientious Objectors.  In 1916 pacifists were either punished or imprisoned.
  • 5. WHY WE NEED PUNISHMENTS We need punishment as people should pay for the  things they have done wrong. There are many different ways people can get punished. Some of these are capital punishment and jail.
  • 6. CAPITAL PUNISHMENT Capital punishment is where a criminal is killed for  the things they have done wrong.  One way of this is by lethal injection  Christians do not believe in capital punishment as they believe it is wrong to take another persons life
  • 7. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL Amnesty international work to help people  recognise their human rights,  They help people who are being treated unfairly and not by their human rights.  It began in 1961.  They also help to inspire peoples hope for a better world.

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