RIZAL_S_LAST_HOMECOMING.pptx - RIZALS LAST HOMECOMING AND TRIAL TUMBOKON MOLINOS BSBA 2C \u201cI have always loved my poor country and I am sure I shall

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RIZAL S LAST HOMECOMING AND TRIAL TUMBOKON & MOLINOS BSBA 2C
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“I have always loved my poor country, and I am sure I shall love her to the last moment, even though men are perhaps unjust to me; my future, my life, my joys – all these I have sacrificed for my love for her”. – JOSE RIZAL
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LAST TRIP TO SPAIN An attempt to rescue Rizal was made by the Katipuneros in the flagship of Andres Bonifcaio , for being deeply concerned about his life. Dr. Pio Valenzuela , secret emissary of the Katipunan to Dapitan had a close door interview with Rizal and told him about the plan, on the night of June 21, 1896 , the katipuneros planned to smuggle him to a ship to Japan, but Rizal refused the plan.
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August 6 to September 2 of 1896 , Rizal stayed on board the Castilla , while being on board a lot of events surged. August 26 , the Cry of Balintawak was raised, which started the Philippine Revolution . August 29 , the Katipunan plot to rise in arms against Spain and was discovered by Fr. Mariano Gil . August 30 , Rizal received a letter from Governor Blanco , wishing him happiness. Along with the letter were two additional ones, a recommendation letter for the Minister of War and the Minister of Colonies.
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September 3 , Rizal left for Spain by the steamer – Isla de Panay . The fourth time Rizal left Manila Bay for abroad. On this night, he wrote a letter to his mother, “ Do not worry about anything, we are all in the hands of Divine Providence. Not all who go to Cuba die, any way, if one has to die, it is better to die doing some good ”. The steamer reached Singapore , on September 7 , Rizal was urged to remain but he refused. September 30 , on the afternoon, the steamer left Port Said , Rizal was placed under arrest by the ship skipper, Captain A. Alemany . October 3 , Isla de Panay arrived in Barcelona , as Rizal a prisoner on board.
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A Martyr’s Last Homecoming At 5:00 am , October 6 , Rizal was jailed at Montjuich Castle , General Despujol visited him in his prison cell. At the same night at 8:00 pm , the Manila bound steamer Colon , with Rizal on board left Barcelona. At this moment, Rizal recorded the events in his diary. October 8, Rizal was told that the Madrid newspapers were full of bloody revolution stories of the Philippines, and he was being blamed because of it.
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CONFISCATION OF RIZAL’S DIARY October 11 , Rizal’s diary was confiscated, but nothing was found in the content. November 2 , the diary was returned to him.
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UNSUCCESSFUL RESCUE IN SINGAPORE Some friends of Rizal in Europe and Singapore like Dr. Antonio , Ma. Regidor and Sixto Lopez dispatched frantic telegrams to an English Lawyer in Singapore, Mr. Fort . They wanted him to rescue Rizal by a writ of habeas corpus . When Colon arrived in Singapore, Mr. Fort started to close the preceding for Rizal that was illegaly detained.
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