Why we consider Jose Rizal as a hero?

Why we consider Jose Rizal as a hero?

José brought a new era for the Filipino people. His ability to inspire others and his compassion for his people made him a national hero. In joining this movement he inspired his fellow Filipinos to take nonviolent action against the Spanish. His words awakened new ideas throughout the Philippines.

How would you describe Rizal as a hero?

There are many qualities that can describe every hero in the world. Some qualities that would describe Jose Rizal are being open-minded, intelligent, and hardworking. Jose really wanted to have freedom in the Philippines from Spain, so that the Filipinos did not have to be controlled by another country.

Why was Rizal called our national hero and a martyr?

That is why he was called our national hero. Rizal” sacrifices for his countrymen’s freedom to fight and revolt for Spaniards injustice makes Rizal a martyrdom. The fact that he never afraid of the consequences that might happen to him. He choose to fight for our rights, freedom and justice.

Why was dr.jose Rizal a hero?

Dr. Jose Rizal is one of the most prominent Philippine figure or known to be Philippine hero. He was a political activist against Spanish colonizer and domination. Spanish colonizer has been maltreating, abused, dominated the Philippine land and its people.

Why was Rizal put to death by the Catholic Church?

Rizal was put to death for ‘subversion’ ’by the dominant political forces. (The Roman Catholic Church) He represented a sector of society which had begun to cause trouble and therefore constituted a real threat to the existing social order. So the answer has to be an overwhelming ‘YES’ Yes I do. He was undoubtedly killed because of his beliefs.

Why was Rizal not allowed to face his executioners?

“His request to be allowed to face his executioners was denied as being out of the power of the commanding officer to grant, though Rizal declared that he did not deserve such a death, for he was no traitor to Spain.

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