On the other hand Shia believed that Ali should’ve been the first leader of Islam after Mohammed’s death and the first three leaders just illegitimately took over Ali’s leadership. Ali had his leadership of Islamic world after Othman’s murder. Umayyah family were against Ali’s leadership and involved Ali of murdering Othman. Therefore, Ali had to fight his enemies over the first five years of his leadership. Muawiya Bin Umayyah is the governor of Syria announced himself as the leader of Islam after Ali’s death.
Abu Bakr was chosen as the first caliph, and successor to the Prophet Mohammad. The minority group who was in favor of Ali later becomes known as Shiat Ali, or the partisans of Ali finally got their way. Ali finally became the fourth caliph, only after the murders of the earlier caliphs Abu Bakr the father of Muhammad 's wife A 'isha, Omar another father-in-law of Muhammad, and Othman a son-in-law of Muhammad, The Sunni were not happy and as a result a violent conflict broke out. In the year 661 the outbreak turned into all out war, resulting in Ali being killed during the fighting near the town of Kufa, now in present-day Iraq. As a result of Ali being assassinated after a five-year caliphate during the time of the civil war.
Throughout Hannibal’s life he worked to take down Rome. The 26 year old was chosen to be Carthaginian’s army commander by popular demand. Working to prove his unconditional hatred for Rome he led the Carthaginian army through The Second Punic War. Unfortunately, after investing 17 years toward the take down of Rome he was defeated. He lost the war and everything along with it.
While Caesar was helping Pompey, he befriended the richest man in Rome, Crassus. Crassus helped Caesar win the election for the position of Chief Priest in 63 B.C. In 62 B.C., he was elected praetor (Ancient Hi... ... middle of paper ... ...cause of that brought Caesar’s demise. On March 15, 44 B.C., the Ides of March, Caesar was assassinated by conspirators led by Brutus and Cassius, some of the other conspirators included Casca, Trebonius, and Metellus Cimber. Caesar was stabbed twenty three times and died at the base of Pompey’s statue (Ancient History Encyclopedia).
Among the Arabs of the time there was a tradition not to recognize female births. And the messenger of God decided to change the backward tradition. He called Alhussain part of his body and did not hide his love for the children of Fatima, Hassan and Alhussain. Since the death of Muhammad and the coming to power of Ali 25 years have passed. At this time the young Alhussain was famous for hi... ... middle of paper ... ...ussein struck a sword on his head, and then all rushed at him, and then all of his men were killed.
At the time, no girls got the chance to go to school and get an education like the boys in their family (Ghiglieri 1-25). Besides boarding school, she learned most everything she knew from her father, the person who she and her siblings were homeschooled by (“Western New York”). When Susan was young, she was taught that everyone was equal, therefore, there was no difference between men and women in her mind (“her story biography”). Susan B. Anthony showed patriotism in early life, adulthood, and even after death by never giving up on the women’s rights movement. Susan Brownell Anthony was born to Daniel Anthony and Lucy Read, a Baptist, in Massachusetts (“Susan B. Anthony”).
Society ingrains in everyone what the standard of beauty is so much that we don’t even know why we believe it. As Allison talks with her sister, she discovers what it meant for her to be attractive growing up. She was constantly harassed by boys and goaded by mothers and sister who didn’t want her near their sons and brothers. People assumed that she thought she was better than them, without her having to say a word. So while Allison wanted to be just like her, she dealt with “...the hatred that trailed over her skin like honey melting on warm bread”(78).
She changes her living situation, breathing weird fumes, and basically give up her free will to please her husband. She acts if Aylmer is her God. She even said, "it has made me worship you more than ever," when Aylmer told her it not to look at his journal filled with his notes (221). When she finally took the odd potion her husband gave her, it solidified her fate. Even after all her love and devotion, her reward for being a good wife, was
She was very jealous because when her son reported back to her he said of Gertrude "But she's very pretty-very Infact she's lovely." Thoughts of Gertrude filled Rhodes mind to such an extent that she, "could raise a metal image of the unconscious Mrs Lodge that was realistic as a photograph." Because she was really jealous of Gertrude, she built up anger and envy against her in her mind that lead to Rhoda having a dream in which an incubus in the form of Gertrude visited her, Rhoda hurts her physically by making her arm withered. This brought difficulties for her because Gertrude was prettier than she was. Rhoda had a dream in which an incubus of the form of Gertrude vailed to her, because she was really angry with Gertrude that she built up anger and envy against her.
While being born a stream of tears came out with her that dried, and the family took the salt from it for cooking. Through the story the writer show how Tita use her tears to show deep emotional connections. Tita’s character is portrayed as a strong girl trying to find and enjoy true love. Tita is in love with pedro, but she is facing a lot f problems because of their love .Although She wants to marry him , they can’t because of Mama Elena’s family tradition.The