The Importance Of Human Rights Violation In The United States

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In todays world there are many catastrophes going on such as war, slavery, and genocide. In most of these cases humans are not being treated the way they are supposed to and many of them are being violated in such a way that it is considered immoral. People in these countries are constantly being denied their right to life, liberty, and security. There is constant threat to people living in these societies and their own government is struggling to cope with the situation. The only way to cease an end to human rights violation is by trying to eliminate those who are causing such acts. Back in 2001, an islamist extremist Abu Mus’ab al-Zarqawi joined forces with al qaeda to create a radical islamist state governed under sharia law. The Islamic State have since then taken advantage of the weak and …show more content…
They are now known as ISIS and they are rapidly taking over Syria and Iraq while destroying anything in their way. The reason why ISIS are trying to take over Syria and Iraq is to impose a sharia law and anyone who does not follow or worship ISIS is killed.They have visions of having Syria and Iraq under their total control so they can create an empire. The biggest problem with ISIS is that they are larger than most terrorist organizations and they are recruiting more and more people around the world. Recently there has been an attack in France over a cartoon depicting Mohammed which has created an uproar to the extremist which resulted in killing innocent people in France. This attack shows that Isis are expanding internationally and people are willing to partake in these horrific

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