War and Peace

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  • War and Peace
    • Causes of War
      • territory
      • resources
      • Holy war/ religion
        • Must be lead by a religious leader
          • authorised by God or religious leader
        • Reward for those who take part
        • Have a religious goal e.g. protect religion concerned
      • overthrow leader
      • Causes deaths and can damage environment. Costs money
    • Just War
      • Last resort
      • the good of the outcome must be greater than the evil in conflict (must be worth it)
        • Must promote good
      • Itcontrolled and authorised by the church/authoriity of the state
    • WMD
      • Nuclear
        • Leave radiation
      • biological
      • Chmical
      • Peace Keeping
        • NATO
        • UN
        • Red cross
    • Religious Reaching
      • Christianity
        • Those who live by the sword die by the sword -JC
        • Blessed are the peace makers for they shall be called sons of God -B
        • turn the other cheek -Jc
        • Love your enemy, do good to those who hate you and pray for those who persecute you -JC
        • Nation shall not take up war against nation. nor shall they train for war again,
      • Attack anyone who attacks you to the same extent
    • Key words
      • Lesser Jihad -  military struggle (defend ones religion
      • Greater Jihad - The struggle to be a good muslim in every day life
      • conflict: a start of discord
      • Justice - bringing about what is right and fair according to the law or making up for wrong
      • Peace: an absence of conflict which leads to happiness and harmony
      • War: a state of armed conflict between different nations of states of different groups within a nation of states
      • Pacifist: A person who refuse to fight in war and engage in any form of violence or conflict
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  • Just War
    • Last resort
    • the good of the outcome must be greater than the evil in conflict (must be worth it)
      • Must promote good
    • Itcontrolled and authorised by the church/authoriity of the state

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