RS war and peace

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Holy war
Fighting for a religious cause or God, controlled by a religious leader: there are specific rules
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Just war
A war that the Christian Church defines as acceptable: there are rules
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Justice
Brining about what is right, fair, according to the law or making up for what has been done wrong
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Pacifism
The belief of people who refuse to take part in war and any other form of violence
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Peace
Absence of conflict which leads to happiness and harmony
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Proliferation
The spread of nuclear weapons across the world (an increase in the numbers of nuclear weapons)
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Quakers
Members of the Society of Friends, a Christian group (who are pacifists)
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Red cross
An agency that helps people suffering for war or other disasters
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Red crescent
Same as Red Cross; found mostly in Muslim countries
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Refugees
People who leave their homes to seek safety elsewhere
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United Nations (UN)
A peacekeeping organisation set up t the end of WW2 to prevent war by discussing problems between countries
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Weapons of mass destruction (WMD)
Weapons that can kill large numbers of people and/or cause great damage
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Card 2

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A war that the Christian Church defines as acceptable: there are rules

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Just war

Card 3

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Brining about what is right, fair, according to the law or making up for what has been done wrong

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Card 4

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The belief of people who refuse to take part in war and any other form of violence

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Card 5

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Absence of conflict which leads to happiness and harmony

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