Le 1 Justifications for Slavery
People have tried to defend human enslavement for as long as history has been recorded. In The Politics, Aristotle makes particularly compelling arguments that are derived from his central premise that slaves are thos
622 CE Muhammed tells the Muslims of Mecca that they are welcomed in Medina. The departure, called the Hijrah, becomes obvious to the Quraysh leaders since they notice many people once there are no longer there. They try to stop Muhammed at all cost.
The Alchemist The Alchemist is a renowned novel written by Paulo Coelho. This narrative takes the reader along on a journey with a Shepard named Santiago. Santiago has a recurring dream that urged him to go to the Pyramids in Egypt, where he will fin