Revising RE for End Of Years

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What are the 3 types of immigration
Separation ~ where your separated from the new culture; Assimilation ~ you have to participate in culture, the only thing you can keep practising is your religion; Intergration ~ allowed to go and do anything, if legal, and makes the country diverse
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What is a Refugee?
A person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster.
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What is an Asylum Seeker?
A person who has left their home country as a political refugee and is seeking asylum in another.
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What is a Economic Migrant?
A person who travels from one country or area to another in order to improve their standard of living.
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What is an Internally Displaced person?
An internally displaced person (IDP) is someone who is forced to flee his or her home but who remains within his or her country's borders. They are often referred to as refugees, although they do not fall within the legal definitions of a refugee.
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Benefits of immigration
Job vacancies and skills gaps can be filled. Economic growth can be sustained. Services to an ageing population can be maintained when there are insufficient young people locally. The pension gap can be filled by the contributions of new young worker
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Negatives of immigration
Depression of wages may occur but this seems to be temporary. Having workers willing to work for relatively low pay may allow employers to ignore productivity, training and innovation. Migrants may be exploited.
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What is your favourite type of immigration?why?
Integration, because it gives the most freedom it allows you to speak your own language practice your religion and wear your own clothes also you are able to have free education aswell
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What is multiculturalism?
The presence of, or support for the presence of, several distinct cultural or ethnic groups within a society.
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What does it mean o be British?
Britishnessis we celebran people come together and te. We explore and investigate ner things. We are diverse. We enjoy the good hings in life. Britishness means to have a right to free health care and education. Also, a right to a free vote.
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What is Racism?
Racism is when someone is rude or insults someone about their religion or race. The belief that one group of people is inferior to another because of the race they belong to
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What are some actions that racist people do to their victim?
~Physical abuse ~Mental abuse ~Insults ~Call names ~Verbal abuse ~Discrimination ~Ignoring them ~Laughing at them ~Teasing them ~Throwing food ~Humiliating them ~Singling out ~Making fun of their country
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What are the British values?
1. Tolerance 2. Democracy 3. Rule of Law 4. Freedom 5. Diversity
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What is 'The Bible' made up of?
Old Testament: 17 books of history, 5 books of poetry and 17 books of prophecy New Testament: 4 gospels about Jesus, 21 letters by St. Paul, 1 book about future and one book of activities and the early life of christians.
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What is 'The Bible'?
It is the Christian holy book.
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How is the bible used?
Read for exhortation, read during church services, oaths in court front of president, christenings, witness in court, read as a moral guide, swearing ins, for funeral celebration
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Why is 'The Bible' so important?
The Bible is important to Christians because they believe it transmits God's ideas to human beings. Christians believe that, after death, God judges you and decides your afterlife based on what you did while human
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Similarities between 'The Bible' and 'The Qur'an'
1) Believe in one true God, not the concept of Trinity 2) Both confess Jesus Christ was a Messenger ~ NOT GOD 3) Both assert the universal brotherhood of mankind 4) Both say charity to the poor is an important duty.
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Differences between 'The Bible' and 'The Qur'an'
1) The Bible says there is one God but in three forms ~ God, Father and Son 2)Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead 3) Gabriel is the holy spirit, not a god, but Allah’s messenger 4)Man is naturally good. He is not evil.
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Who was Abraham?
Abraham was the founder of Judaism.
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What did Abraham do?
God told him to move from Harah to Cannan with his wife his nephew and to leave all his belongings behind. However, he had to sacrifice his son to live up to Gods intentions, and he was very religious so he did as God asked him to.
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Did Abraham have a strong covenant with God?
I believe he did because he was made to kill his own son and then deal with the trauma of loosing someone. it would also be heart brecking for his wife as she had to let go of her only son
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Who is Moses?
Moses was one of Allah's prophet's.
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What did Moses do?
He tried to stop a guard beating a slave but acidentally killed him.he was forced to leave the kingdom. He came across the burning bush, it was God and he convinced him to save the slaves in his family's kingdom.
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Did Moses have a strong covenant with God?
I believe he did this is due to God being able to go and save the slaves even though if he were seen he cold be killed. I think Moses had great respect for God!
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How is the Torah used?
When handling the Torah you have to wear certain clothes. You have treat it with respect. You have to follow the path it sets and behave a certain way.
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Why is the Torah important to Jews?
The Torah is very important to practising Jews as it is a hallowed gift that gives them guidance and contains all of their beliefs. The Torah directs the lives of the Jews’ in many ways: Morality Relationships Hospitality Charity Marriage
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Similarities between 'The Torah' and 'The Bible'
1. They are both inspired by the word of god 2. The Torah are the first five books of The Bible 3. They both have things that you can and can't do
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differences between 'The Torah' and 'The Bible'
1. "Torah" typically refers to the "five books of Moses" 2.Old Testament is a phrase typically not used by Jews, but Christians would use it to refer to the five books of Moses.
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What is the Bhagavad-Gita?
Bhagavad Gita "Song of the Lord", often referred to as the Gita, is a 700 verse Hindu scripture in Sanskrit that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata (chapters 23–40 of the 6th book of Mahabharata).
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When was the Bhagavad-Gita made?
It was composed between 500BC and 100CE
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What is the Ramayana? And what does it include?
It is the story of Rama and Sita, Rama is banished from his kingdom, Sita is kidnapped by an eviil demon.Rama saves Sita and kills Ravanah, celebrated and told everyone things at Diwali
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why is the Bhagavad-Gita important?
It is important because if you recite it with devotion can be pulled out of the cycle of birth to death and when they come to die they can go to the spiritual worl.
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Similarities between The Bhagavad-Gita and The Hadith
1.Both festivals convey the same message. It is time that we understand the message and build the bridge of mutual prosperity. Peace lies in mutual respect and happiness lies in sacrificing self-interest. 2. Lord Krishna is not a messenger
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Differences between The Bhagavad-Gita and The Bible
1. Hinduism calls Allah many names, 99 2. in the Bible there is on God and we say he comes in 3 forms; The Father, The Son and God
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what is The Qur'an?
The Islamic sacred book, believed to be the word of God as dictated to Muhammad by the archangel Gabriel and written down in Arabic. The Qur'an consists of 114 units of varying lengths, known as suras.
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What is The Hadith?
The Hadith is another Islamic sacred book, it contains the sayings and traditions of the prophet Muhammad. They explain the teachings of the Qur'an.
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Why is The Qur'an important?
It is important because they believe it is the exact words spoken by Allah.
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Why is The Hadith important?
It is important because it allows them to understand the teachings of The Qur'an, meaning they can understand the words of Allah
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Similarities between the Qur'an and The Bible
1) Believe in one true God, not the concept of Trinity 2) Both confess Jesus Christ was a Messenger ~ NOT GOD 3) Both assert the universal brotherhood of mankind 4) Both say charity to the poor is an important duty.
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Similarities between the Qur'an and The Bible
1) The Bible says there is one God but in three forms ~ God, Father and Son 2)Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead 3) Gabriel is the holy spirit, not a god, but Allah’s messenger 4)Man is naturally good. He is not evil.
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