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It is disturbing to know that a lot of people do not care what decisions the government make as long as they do not affect them in a negative way Even though our government is one of the most powerful and influential governments in the world some people just dont care It is alarming to know that our government consciously made a decision to deprive a group of people from help that would have stopped genocide from happening It is understandable that not everyone is raised as a catholic or if they are do not live a strict catholic life But as Catholics we know that what happened in Rwanda was a terrible incident In the Catholic Social Teachings it teaches us about the Dignity of the human Person and how everyone is made in the likeness of God and no one should have their dignity stripped from them just because of their race A quote from the Catholic Social Teachings best describes how killing of a person is wrong Life especially human life belongs to God whoever attacks human life attacks Gods very self Nevertheless even if someone was not a Catholic and did not believe in any divine power they too would agree that what happened at Rwanda is terrible As a human being we are obligated to respect everyone and anyone Every person no matter their way of life or situation has rights that everyone must respect It is evident that everyone agrees the massacre of a group of people is wrong no matter how you look at it In the Universal Declaration of Human Rights it talk about the rights that every person has a right to I feel that articles 3 4 and 5 relate to Rwanda the most Everyone has the right to life liberty and security of person They had no intentions
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