Why?

Why are there poor people? Why is there a demolished role? Why are there so many bombed streets? The answer is that it is because of wars.
Wars are the basis of ruin in the world. It is a constitution that some states walk through to control weak states.
This country is occupied and this is what happened. The occupied countries now need to bring life back very badly so that nature returns to what it was in the occupied countries and life returns to what it was for its inhabitants, but life will not return without doing anything, so things must be done and buildings built to return to this life.

There must be many institutions that raise awareness of what happened in their war, and there must be universities concerned with technology only, so that the occupied nations can be re-industrialized and rebuilt anew. I think there must be many who play an educational role to spread a culture of safety and development to children who are motivated and afraid of war.

But from my point of view:
Every human being is a defender of human rights and has the right to express his opinion and it is not permissible to prevent him from it even if it is the largest country in the world because this is a basic right that everyone must respect and appreciate, so that the occupied countries can spread their cause in the world, and there must be a human rights book in the world I collect it, clarify the rights of every human being, and the state must respect it and do what is in it.

One must enjoy his full rights, and one of the most important of these rights is the right to education, because it is the basis for the development of the individual in all parts, and because education is included in all areas, and when the individual develops himself, the state benefits from his development, and this may be The individual is the basis of peace that can be made between nations.

There are many rights and the state must give them in full to its citizens, and I hope that justice will be achieved in all the world.

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  • tom Tom @ Topical Talk
    23 Nov 2021

    Thank you for this post, wondrous_flight - you have raised several important points and I'm particularly interested in your line that says "every human being is a defender of human rights" - you'll be interested to watch the answers of human rights defender Mary Lawlor coming out later this week. Look out for Mary in Editors' Picks.

    What's the main question you would like to ask everyone in this post?

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  • British Council.jpg majestic_moon | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    23 Nov 2021

    I liked your post a lot and I agree with you in every word you said. The war is very bad and its results are worse. I would like to ask you some questions. The first question you say is that a person who defends rights has the right to express his opinion without pressure from anyone. Who will listen to him?? The government will threaten him and he will not be able to defend the rights. He will describe to the government what he will do to the people then?? What will it do for them?? Since the wars destroyed everything, how will they go to school when the road is destroyed??

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    1. British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
      majestic_moon's comment 24 Nov 2021

      I think that when he expresses his opinion to the people in general, the people will stand with him and then make demonstrations against the government to clarify their opinions to all countries, after the government knows all the opinions, it must count everything it needs and then take advantage of what is in the state until it rebuilds itself, and revives the souls that Destroyed in order to work to revive their state.

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        wondrous_flight's comment 24 Nov 2021

        In my opinion, before it restores itself, it must hear all the opinions of the general public in order to repeat itself. Thus, when listening to all opinions, it can put its own ideas and conclude ideas that will be a solution to the crisis in its country.

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  • British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
    30 Nov 2021

    I saw something in your post and I have a point to say
    You did not mention that the right to belong to the homeland is one of the most important rights
    How is patriotism?
    The homeland is the big tent that shades the people, embraces them and protects them from everything, and the homeland is like a tender mother who protects her children from everything, so a person must feel innately belonging to his homeland, and feel his great love in his veins, belonging to the homeland comes from his right to His children are to protect him from all evils, and to protect him from the attacks of enemies and protect him with lives and blood, and for this reason, belonging to the homeland does not come with words, poems and praise, but rather by hard work in order to raise it and put it in the forefront at all times so that it is distinguished by its great name always, and even It remains a beacon of creativity.
    In my opinion, too, when a person does not have the right to belong to his homeland, that will make him feel that he is just a homeless person without a home.
    Other young people see that she is proud of her belonging to this country, but he will not feel like him...

    Therefore, the right to belong to the homeland is one of the most important human rights that every individual in this world must enjoy.
    There are also refugees whose wars have made them homeless. The importance of belonging to the homeland lies in the fact that it is he who granted man his dignity. A person outside his homeland feels as if he is lost and lost looking for a refuge for his dreams and hopes, and whoever does not belong to his homeland misses a feeling of love and stability, and belonging to it enhances the feeling of great happiness... .

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    1. katie.jpg Katie @ Topical Talk
      independent_technology's comment 30 Nov 2021

      Very well put, independent_technology. Do you think it's possible for someone to find a new "homeland" if they are forced to leave a country?

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      1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 30 Nov 2021

        He may find a homeland, not only one, but since he is forced, as I mentioned, in my opinion, he will not feel belonging to him as he felt to his main homeland, the homeland in which he grew up, in which he was born, the homeland in which life smiled at him.
        Yes, he will find a home, but he will not be comfortable or belong to it like his original homeland...

        Like the Syrian refugees in Turkey and Lebanon, they may have accepted his bitter truth that he was forced to leave his country because of their government that killed the country.

        And also the Afghanis, as we have heard and seen in the news, how they leave in droves from the airport to other countries. This will make them feel alienated, even if they receive them with love, but they will still remember the fact that this is not their country and these people who see them are not like it....

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        1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
          independent_technology's comment 01 Dec 2021

          Interesting points. What do you think are the things that make a place a "home"?

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          1. British Council.jpg independent_technology | Jabalia Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
            Olivia @ Topical Talk's comment 01 Dec 2021

            I think in my opinion we can help the refugees to integrate

            1ـtake them on a tour of the city, and offer them activities such as watching football together or having dinner.

            2ـWe can also help refugees find work, where we can hire a refugee, support a refugee-owned business, provide training or volunteer opportunities for refugees.

            3ـAnd of course we must be supporters and advocates, join a campaign to spread awareness of refugee issues and show solidarity with them.

            4ـ Allow people to study
            Universities and schools can provide visas for refugees to start or continue their studies in another country. Such an opportunity can turn people's lives upside down by completing their education, integrating, earning a living and contributing to society.

            5ـ . Family reunion
            Having a close family can make all the difference for people trying to adjust to a different life and culture, often while recovering from deep trauma. Governments have an obligation to allow refugees to join family members already settled abroad through family reunification.


            Perhaps these things will make him feel a sense of belonging and comfort to the country in which he has sought refuge....

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            1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
              independent_technology's comment 01 Dec 2021

              You show excellent open-mindedness and empathy here. I am sure everyone could learn a lot from the experiences of the refugees.

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      2. British Council.jpg wondrous_flight | Beit Hanoun Prep Girls A School | Occupied Palestinian Territory
        Katie @ Topical Talk's comment 01 Dec 2021

        Do you think it's possible for someone to find a new "homeland" if they are forced to leave a country?
        I think that it is possible for a person to find a new home if all his rights are met.
        independent_technology. You said that the right to belong to the homeland is one of the most important rights that a person must have, but if these rights are not available to the citizen in his country, he should search for them, and if he does not find them in his homeland, he should search for a new homeland in which all rights and any Something a citizen should enjoy.

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