Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi And Osama Bin Laden

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Influential leaders Karamchand Gandhi and Osama Bin Laden
Influential leadership is the power of a director to encourage movement in a team or group just through developing the ability of motivation and communication of a person to do an action or behavior accordingly. Powerful leaders have the ability to form history, and only few influential leaders have the distinction of truly changing the word. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Osama Bin Laden were both influential leaders, and they had a big impact on the world. Both were powerful religious, political legends and both fight for justice and freedom. Despite the fact that both were extreme religious political leaders, they had an extreme different approach and ideology in leading people and
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According to Wikipedia, Gandhi was born into a Hindu Modh family, in Parbandar, in North West India, on October 2, 1869. Gandhi’s father was the Chief Minister of Parbandar, and his mother’s religious denotation had a great impact on Gandhi’s upbringing. He was impacted with the Jain pacific teachings of non-injury to any creation, mutual tolerance, and vegetarianism. Gandhi got married at the age of 13 to 14 years old Kasturbai Makhanji Kapandia in an arranged child marriage, according to the custom of the region. In 1887, Gandhi completed his matriculation and left for England to study law, where he become an ardent supporter of vegetarianism. The other well-known leader, Bin Laden was born in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, a son of Mohammed Bin Awad Bin Laden, a billionaire construction manager with close ties to the Saudi royal family, and Mhoammed Bin Laden’s tenth wife, Hamida al-Attas. Bin Laden was raised as a devout Sunni Muslim from 1968 to 1976, he attended the elite secular Al-Thager Model school. He studied economics and business administration at King Abdulaziz University. At University, Bin Laden’s main interest was religion where he was involved in both “interpreting the Quran and jihad” and charitable work. Other interest included playing football, …show more content…
But they were using different approaches and tactics toward achieving their goals. Gandhi believed that the only way for Indian people to live the lives that they deserved to live was through elimination of British rule and creation of a free and independent India. Bin Laden’s beliefs, although maybe less understandable to the western mind were the same. He wanted that the Islamic world to be free of American interferes which would govern itself based on Islamic principles. While both leaders were trying to achieve their goals, they used different tactic toward achieving their goals. Consequently they left the world with two completely different images. They become role models of good and bad leaders. Gandhi was willing to give his life in preference to lift a finger to hurt another person. The other was willing to kill thousands of people to reach his goals. Despite the fact that, their intension and aspiration were the same, there were huge farness between their tactics and ways of doing

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