man's inhumanity to man

man's inhumanity to man

Fig. human cruelty toward other humans. It doesn't take a war to remind us of man's inhumanity to man.
See also: man
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It's a question as old as man's inhumanity to man, a question that was doubtless murmured in the death camps of the Holocaust, in the killing fields of Cambodia, Rwanda and Bosnia, and in the misery of todays Syria, Iraq, Yemen and South Sudan.
Man's inhumanity to man, as 18th century Scottish poet Robert Burns put it, is no recent development.
15) will see for themselves something they will never forget about the cruelty of the Nazi regime in Germany and the reality of what Robbie Burns wrote about man's inhumanity to man.
Every working day, he heard evidence of depravity and of man's inhumanity to man but never allowed himself to become cynical about humanity or about our system of criminal justice.
MAN'S INHUMANITY to man is pictured in the body of a baby boy washed ashore on an island.
Meanwhile, Afzal Khan, British MEP and Vice-Chair, Security and Defence committee in the EP, in a statement said "throughout the world, the 11th July is marked as a grim reminder of man's inhumanity to man.
The situation in Palestine, Somalia, Iraq, Syria,Yemen and Libya is so bad that even a baby's hair would turn gray from worry over man's inhumanity to man," Al-Wohaibi said, pointing out that the crises amount to the worst human disaster since World War II.
Let us hope the emerging younger generations will see the senselessness of man's inhumanity to man and go forward in the quest for peace and goodwill towards mankind.
The Holocaust was on an unimaginable scale but this centre will also make visitors think deeply about man's inhumanity to man which continues to this day.
Often, his subject was man's inhumanity to man, from the wars in Vietnam and the Middle East, to the troubles in North Ireland and student protests in China's Tiananmen Square.
Their artworks combine to create a powerful reminder of man's inhumanity to man during the Holocaust.
THIS IS meant to be the season of goodwill, yet every day when we switch on our television or radio or pick up a newspaper the news seems to be dominated by stories of man's inhumanity to man.
Look at all the bands No, it's not a party James You're just too young to understand But maybe when you're older Perhaps when you're a man You'll read about two World Wars And man's inhumanity to man I pray you'll lament man's past folly Ask guidance from God above And strive to meet your fellow man In friendship and in love G L Flannery, via email
I feel completely impotent and full of anguish about the appalling treatment of all the victims, and I am ashamed of man's inhumanity to man.
For more than three years, Syria has been ripped asunder by hatred, violence, barrel bombs, chemical weapons, despair, sorrow, suffering and man's inhumanity to man.