The Language Of War Is Killing By Khalid Sheikh Mohammed Analysis

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed wrote the article “The Language of War is Killing”. The topic of his article is, if it’s right to kill victims in war. His main claim was it is life, and you have to kill; killing is justified in both war and life. The article was written to argue about whether its right to kill in war or not. Some people may feel this article is specifically directed toward people in the U.S., and the many people who are dealing or involved with war. Many people in the audience have one thing in common with this article and it the simple fact that war effects everyone either physically, mentally, or emotionally. What the author hopes to achieve by writing this article is to fulfill his argument that what he did was justified and that makes him a hero to his people. He made good points and supported his argument good. Some of his points are agreeable and some others are not. Here’s some background information on Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. He is a militant held in U.S. military custody for act of terrorism including mass murder of civilians. He is a citizen of Pakistan. Khalid was the mastermind behind …show more content…
His evidence for this was quoting the bible. His claim was supported well for this reason. Khalid stated The Ten Commandments are shared between us all and that we are all serving God. When Khalid Sheikh Mohammed stated, “We are all serving one God.” He is right, so when he says its life; he’s not just speaking for him and his people he speaking for everyone in the word that are at war. He also included that war all started when Cain killed Abel. The only options are either kill or be killed. Many people don’t believe in killing but in war anything can happen. So the people who are fighting in war are prepared for the worst. This was a great reason with great evidence. These evidence really show that everyone will fight and kill at a point of time. It is life, just like Khalid Sheikh Mohammed

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