enslavement


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the state of being a slave

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the act of making slaves of your captives

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Worshippers will drop chains from their hands as a symbol of escaping enslavement.
The focus of the Centre is threefold: to promote research on (a) the legacies of colonialism, native genocide, enslavement and indentureship in the Caribbean, and (b) how to bring justice and positive transformation to these legacies.
It is unlikely to have much influence on the enslavement of workers in the production of goods for domestic markets, such as the bonded laborers of India's brick kilns.
They expose their narrow ignorance of their wider membership of the human race, and their actions in the museums of Iraq condemn them as much as their earlier and continuing mass enslavement of whole populations, genocide and murder of large numbers of unfortunate victims in ever more disgusting ways, and their gross and deliberate misreading of the tenets of genuine Islam.
He analyzes the discussions in seventeenth-century France about the morality and legality of slavery, and stresses the fact that the French made a subtle distinction between enslavement and slavery.
10) Furthermore, Mibenge argues that the Prosecutor's use of the crimes of forced marriage and sexual slavery (primarily applied to female victims) as distinct from the crime of enslavement (primarily applied to male victims) unnecessarily sexualized the experience of women and limited the tribunal's ability to create a narrative that included the gender based nature of the crimes perpetrated against men who were enslaved.
The Book of Exodus begins the story of Israel's enslavement in Egypt.
Secondly, wit and humour are certainly not his forte because, as a 'speciesist', he clearly believes humans are superior to all other living creatures and condones the enslavement, abuse, slaughter and entertainment, of animals for human consumption.
Other historians who have looked at enslavement petitions in particular have suggested that those seeking voluntary enslavement were seeking refuge from impoverishment or, alternately, that they had been convinced by pro-slavery literature that Africans should prefer slavery over freedom.
Yet this Report ties these men inextricably to us, for their enslavement aboard fishing vessels represents a part of the international fishing industry that has for too long gone overlooked.
In no uncertain terms, Congresswoman Bachmann believes that slavery was horrible and economic enslavement is also horrible," the spokeswoman said.
She said: "It leads to the personal enslavement of individuals.
Professor Zilfi, a well-established, leading historian of the Ottoman Empire, has joined the small but constantly growing group of scholars interested in the study of Ottoman enslavement.
How it came to imply the enslavement of black Africans in the New World, while characterizing Africans as Hamites and Hamites as hypersexual, is the burden of this book.
Summary: An Israeli cult leader claiming supernatural powers and accused to have kept 21 wives under his spell was charged late on Sunday with sexual crimes and enslavement.