Morals And Beliefs In 'A Rose For Emily': Analysis

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On September 11, 2001 we remember the horrible moment all Americans had to pass through. We Americans blame the leader of the Islamic state "Osama Bin Laden", as we should, but the reason he killed was because of his religion. Some religion are good and bad, but the bad one can be dangerous to people. The bad religions are composed of bad morals and belief you are thought when you are young, and is difficult for some individuals to change it back. Although there might be many more influences on a criminal, religion and their morals can be a strong encouragement. Similar to 9/11 there is many others examples that show religion influence and morals is the cause of deaths.
The article “Does Religion Suppress, Socialize, Soothe, or Support?
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The author Faulkner describes Emily as being a crazy lady and being custom of her southern old beliefs. In the story the color “black” represents many deaths. For instance Emily father and Homer Barron, the men she likes. Emily killed and kept Homer Barron in the attic of her house, because he didn’t want Barron to leave her. Every boy Emily liked her father scared them away, so she believed killing him would be a good idea. Home Barron being dead Emily still didn’t want to believe it. As a result Emily dressed she planned a fake marriage ceremony. Emily doesn’t believe in change or accepting new things instead she holds on her old beliefs and morals. Emily morals and compassion made her into a …show more content…
The "Fort Hood Shooter Writes to ISIS leader, Ask to Become 'Citizen ' Of Islamic State" the author Carter, reveals that the criminal Nadal Hasan is an American Muslim that served for the military and "killed 13 people at Fort Hood" . In addition the criminal wrote a letter asking the ISIS leader to become one of them. Although Nadal Hasan was born in America, he believed in the Muslim religion or what is called "jihad". Hasan was influence by a religious group. The Islamic and Muslim religion are dangerous to Americans, because they are against American culture. Therefore they will kill Americans. Before Hasan committed the massacre, he attended a religious ceremony that could off influence him on killing Americans. According to Researcher S. Harris, author of "Letter to a Christian Nation", contends that religion propagates myths that are dangerous, and that the world would be far better off without them"(“Terror: Can We Blame Religion?”). This show religion can influence many criminal all around the world like it did to Nadal

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