The Humans of War

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We humans claim to be the most altruistic beings in this universe. We have the most complex type of lifestyle among all creatures in this world and our communities are well known for comradeship. But it seems to be a speculation only because the ground situation is altogether different. It looks like humans have overhauled the charge of the predator-prey relationship, which is well known for ferocious wild animals. Every day the visuals of body rotten humans from different parts of the world, create an aversion.

With the advancement of science, the man has discovered new ways of homicide.  A good example of that, is the use of lethal weapons during conflict situations, like Syria and Yemen against children who even don’t know why they are being killed and who is killing them. The photographs of children bleeding, perturbed, and some migrating from these war zones went viral on social media and attained public sympathy. In 2017, it was in Rohingya Myanmar where we witnessed a massacre of Muslims. That time also the children were victimized the most.

The question that arises in every mind is that why UNO is not able to control this game of death? Why are the so-called peace lovers silent over Syria, Yemen, Afrin and Myanmar massacres? The answer I reckon is the involvement of superpower countries in these killings. The two countries USA and Russia, both are enjoying this conflict as they are the biggest suppliers of arms. The economic gain and lust of power is the reason that had ruined the peaceful atmosphere of this world.

Every bloodshed despairs people of these conciliatory organizations. The day is soon when countries will start to withdraw from these organizations as they have become biased. The degree of punishment should have been same for very blameworthy but that looks totally different. The UNO condemns the action as per the power of the guilty.

We are the same humans that have started programs for conservation and protection of wild animals, plants and other creatures. But momentarily the situation is so worst that we need human protection and conservation programs.

Adnan Shakeel

Research Scholar AMU
 

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