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Evilness occurs in everyday life It is a quality that has been around since the beginning of time and will be around until the end if time It is a quality in a person that never leads to anything good It can be found in both literature as well as reality Evilness can cause one to harm to the world others and eventually to themselves Evilness has occurred all over in the world in many different places and many different ways One example of evilness is a hijacking that took place in Afghanistan on February 6 2000 A terrorist group hijacked a Boeing 727 from an Afghanistan airport just after take-off It was reported that the reason for the hijack was to force Afghanistan to release the groups leader Ismail Khan Ismail Khan has been in the Afghan jail for over three years for previous reasons There was 166 passengers on board the plane when it took off The hijackers had the plane take off and land at other airports in other countries around the southern half of Europe At each stop they would demand food water and to have the plane refueled Sometimes they would allow some hostages to leave the plane and be free if the police cooperated with the hijackers demands One of the hijackers threatened to blow up the plane after the police tried refusing one of the demands the hijackers gave Finally the hijacked plane landed in London where they again demanded more food water and fuel for the plane This time the pilots of the plane had snuck out of the cockpit and ran free The police surrounded the plane quickly and since the plane now could not take off anymore it wasnt long until the hijackers gave up and released the rest of the hostages They went to prison for a long time and was not successful in the release of their leader Ismail Khan The evilness
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