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when we think of ancient pagan kings, the ideas of justice and fairness probably aren't the first things to come to mind. we moderns may be more likely to imagine fickle, power-hungry despots who were ready to put someone to death on a whim. but king hammurabi, who ruled a prosperous and thriving babyloniaalmost four millennia ago, doesn't quite fit that mold. he claimed to have protect the weak from oppression, and scholars believe he fostered an atmosphere of justice and righteousness for his people.
this belief is based on an object that was discovered only a century ago. it has already earned a place alongside the rosetta stone as one of the most important artifacts of the ancient world. this stela (stone pillar) bears the inscription of the code of hammurabi, and it has shed light on the laws, culture and life in babylonia.
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hamas is the terrorist group present in palestine.terrorism has been a feature of life in israel even before the country's establishment in 1948.as per israeli government, 3200 people have died in terrorist attacks.
in january 2007, meshal stated that hamas would consider recognizing israel once a palestinian state was established. a haaretz story noted, "this is the first time that a hamas official has raised the possibility of full and official recognition of israel in the future." according to the story, prime minister ehud olmert "shrugged off" meshal's statement.
in december 2010, hamas announced it would honor any palestinian referendum that approved a peace plan with israel. "we accept a palestinian state on the borders of 1967, with jerusalem as its capital, the release of palestinian prisoners, and the resolution of the issue of refugees," said haniyeh. "hamas will respect the results [of a referendum]," he added, "regardless of whether it differs with its ideology and principles." zvi bar'el, a leading haaretz political analyst, noted: "not a return of refugees, not the destruction of the state of israel, no preconditions.
once he became head of state in 1915, venustiano (his name was not victoriano) carranza was able to implement some of his ideas, such as the drafting and the promulgation of the mexican constitution of 1917, which is still the current constitution of that country.