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Justification of Violence Violence and the justification of it has been an issue for as long as the world has been in existence There are many conflicting opinions on the subject many in favor and many opposing the idea I am personally split on the issue I believe that in some cases violence can be justified however I also believe that in others it cannot be In my opinion the only instance in which violence can be justified is self-defense I believe that if an innocent person is attacked for some reason and their life is put in danger they have the right to fight back to save themselves How can a person let themselves be attacked and do nothing to help themselves survive Its almost unreasonable to believe that There are plenty of situations that fit this example One of them is rape If a woman is being attacked and sexually forced to do something she did not consent on doing she has the right to fight back and prevent it from happening Rape does not only involve sexual assault there is much physical assault involved also Many women are held at gunpoint knife tied or beaten by their attackers and this is not right Any woman under these circumstances should fight back and do what they have to do to save themselves before its too late Other situations which call for justifiable violence in my opinion are robbery at gunpoint and any other type of unprovoked violence Other than self-defense I do not believe violence should be tolerated at any cost Hitting children when they do something wrong is not justifiable I believe that if a child does something their parents dont want them to do they should be taught not to do it anymore simply because their parents dont want them to do it But I believe that when you hit a child when they do something wrong they dont
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