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Salazar, Valeria

Mr. Wisner

World History

Period 3rd T/Th

Date: 3/28/16

Current Event Title

Link to article :

Key Vocabulary from the Article (Define at least 4).

o Campaigning-work in an organized and active way toward a
particular goal, typically a political or social one.
o Karachi-Karachi is the capital of Sindh, and is the largest and most
populous city in Pakistan, as well as the 7th largest in the world and the world's
second most populous city proper
o Judaism-the monotheistic religion of the Jews
o NADRA-The National Database and Registration Authority,
Pakistan is an independent and autonomous agency under Ministry of Interior and
Narcotics Control, Government of Pakistan that regulates government databases

Summary of the Event (at least 3 major points; each point will have its own

A. Pakistan has allowed a 29-year-old Jewish activist to change his religion from
Islam to Judaism.

B. NADRA, which was in a fix over the issue, had asked for the interior ministry's
opinion to correct the religion of a former Muslim, a ministry source was quoted as
saying by the daily. In its response, the ministry said in writing that "the applicant may be
allowed to practice religion of (his) choosing and preference".

C. Pakistani Jews, a few in numbers, usually hide their identity from public.
According to a top NADRA official, their identity details, such as house addresses, in the
authority's records are treated as top secret. _
Your Opinion of the Event (at least 3 sentences).
_I believe that it was the right thing to do their giving a person a chance to be able to
believe a religion of their choice._I believe everyone has a choice to choose and to have
an opinion on something we might agree or disagree but that was an idea that can change
and lead to better.

Relate your Event to a Historical Event (compare and contrast with current event).
_Islam is the world's fastest growing religion - and not just in Muslim majority
nations: 10% of all Europeans are projected to be members of the Muslim faith by 2050,
according to a recent Pew Research Center study.The study estimates that from 2010 to
2050, Muslims will have increased across the world by 73%, followed by Christians who
are projected to grow by 35% during the same time period, and Hindus at 34% comparing
they both have to do with religion of Islam. The contrast is that 29 year old activist
change his religion from islam to judaism and supposedly the study estimates that from
2010 to 2050, Muslims will have increased across the world with their religion but maybe
that can change if one person ended up changing how many more can too.

Relate your Event to the a subtheme (at least 3 sentences).

_My subthemes has to do with religion and religion comes from so many different areas
and not everybody can take advantage of it some people can only have a religion they are
told to have. The man age of 29 was very lucky to to be able to choose a different religion
but he had to have permission. It also have to do with belief system you can choose to
have a religion or not its up to the person to have their choosing in what they want to
believe in. _____________

Questions You Have About the Event (4).

1. _Where the people disappointed in the difference of the young mans choosing in
2. _Did he inspire others to change or choose a different religion?
3. _Can he choose to go back to his old religion after asking to believe in new
4. When are they taught religion?______________________________________