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Victims of War

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R.S Practice GCSE question Explain what religious people might do to help the victims of war [6 marks]. Religious people might do many things to help the victims of war, and might have particular reasons for doing so as well. Christians may help victims of war because it states that they should help victims of war, good or bad in their religious book the bible. For example this quote back this up, "Do for others what you want them to do for you" [Matthew 7:12]. This quote tells us Christians may want to help war victims because on another day they might need someone else's help. ...read more.

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Christians want to follow their religion and so might help others to do this. In addition Muslim people may help war victims because they believe you should help others as you would also help yourself. This is shown in the quote "none of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself" [Hadith 13]. Religious people might also do certain things in particular to help victims of war, for example donating money to charity. By donating money to charity, this money can be used to give supplies to those injured, and also provide them with a shelter and food. ...read more.

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Many religious people might join this charity as it would help dearly the victims of war. The final thing a religious person might do is volunteer for fundraising events, or similarly in charities. Religious people could also suggest ideas and get involved with helping war victims, rather than just donating, as this could make the job much easier. In conclusion we can learn that many different religious people would do different things to help victims of war for many different reasons. For example it states a message advising them to help in a religious book or some religious people do it from the good of their heart. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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