Conflict and Omagh Essay

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Conflict is an inevitable occurrence that occurs throughout all woks of life and its effect expand far beyond the individual person and pose a significant impact on the wider community. Conflicts can be as small as a disagreement with friends or family or as big as a bombing or war. Conflict can be expressed as a fight or struggle due to a clash between people with opposing beliefs or interests. Conflict occurs in social settings and has a great impact on a persons daily life and the lives of those in the society.

Conflict is part of life of humans. It can be in various types such as racial conflicts such as in the Middle Eat, religious conflict, Bali Bombing and September 11, cultural or inner conflict. As
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She accused her father of ‘always at a meeting’. The scene illustrates how family member’s individual expressions of grief and loss and subsequent needs become a source of family conflict.

People take conflicts too far is by terrorist attacks. Instead of decreasing conflict, they make it inevitable. One example of this is the September 11 attacks and the Bali Bombings and in Omagh the Real IRA. These extremists think that violence and claiming innocent individuals is the way of resolving conflict, but it makes it worse because violence can never be the answer of resolving conflict, it just makes it worse. People that are carrying out these attacks are cowards. They cannot face the situations rationally as did Michael Gallagher. He was fighting for justice not revenge for Aiden.

Conflict is part of life, but it is how people react and respond to it is what makes it inevitable. Some deal with conflict in a very calm and rational way like Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela and Martin Luther King. They stand up for what they believe in by just communicating and not violence like Michael Gallagher in the film, but there are some events such as September 11, Bali Bombing and Omagh Bombing bestows the world very less hope of resolving greater conflicts.

In my expository essay, while considering the prompt and major terrorist attacks, I formed an opinion that it is true