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LOVE FOR JUSTICE OF JOSE RIZAL

Jose Rizal lived his life seeking for justice not just for their family but for all the Filipino people. Even before his childhood, Rizal already witnessed the cruelties done by the Spanish authorities to the Filipinos. In his early childhood, Rizal witness the injustice done through the death of GOMBURZA and the imprisonment of his mother. Because of the desire to Filipinize the Philippine parishes, Fathers Mariano Gomez, Jose Burgos, and Jacinto Zamora was executed by the Spanish authorities by the order of Governor General Izquierdo. This desire of the 3 fathers was a threat to the Spanish authorities and they considered it as a revolt against them. The martyrdom of GOMBURZA in 1872 really inspired Rizal to pursue justice and to fight the evil of Spanish tyranny to redeem the Filipino people. And later, in honor of the martyrdom of the GOMBURZA, Rizal dedicated this novel, El Filibusterismo, to them. Also, later that year in 1872, Doña Teodora, mother of Rizal, was suddenly arrested on a malicious charge that she and his brother, Jose Alberto, tried to poison his treacherous wife. For 2 years, his mother was arrested and suffered from the erroneous accusations. Rizal was exposed with this injustices that it became his inspiration to pursue his fight for justice for all the Filipino people. The way Rizal showed his desire for justice is through writing. He believed that through this, many Filipinos will considered these ideas and awaken their minds to fight for their rights. This were the foundations of Rizal that strengthened him and guided him to pursue his dreams for the Filipino people.

This love for justice of Rizal was practice in this institution. Ateneo de Davao University promotes social justice not for Mindanao but also in every part of the Philippines. ADDU is always aware of the situations going on in the country and…...

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