The biggest crime you can commit in Britain today is defending your rights

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Arguments for: Stephen Lawrence murder case (defending the right to a free trial gave her public scrutiny and backlash for years before murderers were committed in 2012 and she was made a peer. )

Arguments against: Sometimes it’s impossible to interpret the law in a way which is compatible with the Human Rights Act. In this case, the courts may have to apply it anyway even if it breaches your human rights. --> example ? I'm trying to find a facebook message search
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Evaluate "The Ark is the most important feature of the synagogue". A synagogue is a place for Jews to take part in communal prayer and social activities. It also forms the center of the Jewish community. Some Jews may argue that the most important feature of a synagogue is the Aron Hakodesh. This is because it represents the original ark which was used by Moses to hold 10 commandments. It is considered the holiest place in the synagogue by Jews as today, it is used as the cabinet to keep the Torah scrolls and is positioned facing Jerusalem Furthermore the Aron Hakodesh is reached by climbing up some steps which remind Jews that the Torah is above is Humanity.Meanwhile, other Jews may disagree and view the Bimah as the most important feature of the synagogue. The Bimah is a raised platform situated in the centre of the prayer hall and is a reminder that the altar is a central feature in the courtyard of the temple in Jerusalem. This is because the Bimah provides a focal point to where the Torah is being read. and makes it easier for the congregation to see the reader and hear what is being said.Another viewpoint held by many Jews is that the Ner Tamid is the most important feature of the Synagogue. This is the light place near the Aron Hakodesh that symbolizes the Jewish belief in the Shekhinah on Earth. The light is ever-lasting and kept on all times. Furthering the belief held by Jews that God is the divine presence ads described in the Tenakh "The glory of the lord fills the temple. This is because it is a reminder of God's everlasting presence on Earth and the representation of this belief by the Ner Tamid provides Jews with comfort, satisfaction and determination to serve their Lord. Without the Ner Tamid, the Jewish belief in God's divine presence wouldn't exist in the Temple
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