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  José Rizal
Rizal's political program, as expressed in the newspaper, included integration of the Philippines as a province of Spain, representation in the Cortes (the Spanish parliament), the replacement of the Spanish friars by the Filipino priests, freedom of assembly and expression, and equality of Filipinos and Spaniards before the law.
He found a nonviolent reform society, La Liga Filipina, in Manila, and was deported to Dapitan, in northwest Mindanao, an island south of the Philippines.
Although he had no connections with that organization or any part in the insurrection, Rizal was arrested and tried for sedition by the military.
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  José Rizal
Rizal studied at the Ateneo, a private high school, and then to the University of St. Thomas in Manila.
After Andrés Bonifacio issued the Grito de Balintawak in 1896, Rizal was arrested, convicted of sedition, and executed by firing squad on December 30, 1896.
Following the revolution, Rizal was made a saint by many religious cults while the United States authorities seized on his non-violent stance and emphasized his views on Filipino nationalism rather than those of the more action-oriented Emilio Aguinaldo and Andrés Bonifacio.
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 Jose Rizal - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rizal, José (1861-96), Filipino physician, novelist, and nationalist martyr.
The son of a wealthy Filipino planter, Rizal was born in Calamba, in...
By the time Rizal returned to Manila in 1892, it was apparent that Spain, itself in the throes of domestic unrest, was unwilling to undertake...
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 Jose Rizal Synopsis - Moviefone
A three-hour epic on the life and struggles of poet and patriot Jose Rizal, the national hero and martyr of the Philippines, this film was commissioned to mark the 1998 centennial of the country's independence from Spanish colonial rule.
Rizal was a remarkably educated man; not only was he a writer, but he was also a painter, sculptor, doctor and surgeon, teacher, natural scientist, economist, engineer and theologian.
The Rizal of her story Cesar Montano is thinking back on his life and writings from his prison cell in the fortress of Santiago; the characters that appear are a blend of the real people, friends and enemies as well as those he created in his books.
movies.aol.com /movie/jose-rizal/1134002/synopsis?date=20061023   (317 words)

  
 Jose Rizal: biography of jose rizal, dr jose rizal, film jose rizal summary   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Jose Rizal (full name: José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda) (June 19, 1861 – December 30, 1896), was a Filipino polymath, nationalist and the most prominent advocate for reforms in the Philippines during Spanish colonial era and its eventual independence from Spain.
Rizal was descended on his father's side from Domingo Lam-co, a Chinese immigrant who sailed to the Philippines from Amoy, China in the mid-17th century.
Rizal was implicated in the activities of the nascent rebellion and in July 1892, was deported to Dapitan in the province of Zamboanga.
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 The My Hero Project - Jose Rizal
Jose Rizal was born on June 19th, 1861 in Calamba, Philippines to a middle class family in the Province of Laguana.
Jose was very smart; he mastered 23 languages, knew how to work 20 different jobs, and actually studied medicine because his mother was going blind.
Jose was declared an enemy of the state by the Spanish authorities because his writings were against the Dominican Friars.
www.myhero.com /myhero/hero.asp?hero=Rizal_memorial_ms_06   (1488 words)

  
 José Rizal Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Rizal arrived home on Aug. 5, 1887, but after 6 months he left for Europe in the belief that his presence in the Philippines was endangering his relatives.
Rizal was arrested and deported to Dapitan, Mindanao, on July 7, 1892.
Rizal still continues to inspire the people, especially the peasants, workers, and intellectuals, by his exemplary selflessness and intense patriotic devotion.
www.bookrags.com /biography/jose-rizal   (756 words)

  
 Jose Rizal - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The son of a wealthy Filipino planter, Rizal was born in Calamba, in...
Philippines, Republic of the: José Rizal arrested and exiled
By the time Rizal returned to Manila in 1892, it was apparent that Spain, itself in the throes of domestic unrest, was unwilling to undertake...
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 Penguin Reading Guides | Noli Me Tangere | José Rizal
For Rizal and his generation, the 1872 Cavite Mutiny, in which three native priests were accused of treason and publicly executed, provided both inspiration and a cautionary tale.
The charismatic Rizal quickly became a leading light of the Propaganda Movement—Filipino expatriates advocating, through its newspaper, La Solidaridad, various reforms such as the integration of the Philippines as a province of Spain, representation in the Cortes (the Spanish parliament), the Filipinization of the clergy, and equality of Filipinos and Spaniards before the law.
En route, Rizal was arrested and subjected to a mock trial in Manila by the authorities although he had nothing to do with the revolution.
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 National Hero of the Philippines: Dr. Jose P. Rizal
Rizal was an academician, a linguist, historian, writer, a scientist, and of course, a doctor.
Rizal believed that the national language was the soul of the nation, and to have one would mean having something that could never be conquered.
Rizal, the reformist, was actually executed on the accusation that he was the supreme leader of the revolutionary movement of his time.
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 Famous Filipino Masons - Jose Rizal
Rizal was made a Master Mason on November 15, 1890 at Logia Solidaridad 53 in Madrid, Spain.
Rizal's capital crime and essential heresy was to deny the supreme Catholic vanity of being the "one true faith." Pope John was too far in the future to prevent his unjust execution.
Rizal used the multi-level steamer, Tabo, to reflect the ranks of inequality that structured the society of his time.
glphils.org /famous-masons/frizal.htm   (1710 words)

  
 Schiller Institutue—José Rizal and the Challenge Of Philippines Independence
José Rizal is rightly referred to as “the First Filipino,” and to this day, he stands as a challenge to his countrymen still struggling to overcome the legacy of four centuries of Spanish imperialism and 100 years of American occupation and control.
Rizal went on to study at the Dominican University of St. Thomas, but his studies suffered as he became politically isolated by adversaries among the faculty and clergy who demanded that he assimilate to their system.
The philosophical war that Rizal came to represent was not new, and because of the dangers of confronting the oligarchical powers within the Spanish church and state, which were often unified in their efforts to suppress dissent, it should not be surprising that his circles were engaged in fraternal and clandestine associations.
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 The Order of the Knights of Rizal - Kingdom of Bahrain
Rizal is a man, having grown from a young boy with exemplary exploring minds and unsurpassed hunger for knowledge.
Rizal is the hero of a man, who sacrificed his life and face martyrdom that galvanized the Filipino fortitude and grit to fight for and gain independence as a sovereign nation.
During Rizal Day celebrations, this group would be seen conspicuously on horseback, reminiscent of the knights of old known for their chivalry and exemplary life.
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 Amazon.ca: Reviews for Noli ME Tangere: Books: Jose Rizal   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rizal was a young Filipino student in Europe when he wrote "Noli," during the time that the Philippines was under Spanish rule.
Rizal had no direct part in the insurrection; he had even advised the militant group that the country was not yet ready for an armed revolution and he had pushed instead for nonviolent reform.
Rizal's death further fueled the fires of the Philippine revolution, and it culminated on June 12, 1898, with the Filipinos proclaiming independence after more than 300 years of Spanish rule.
www.amazon.ca /Noli-ME-Tangere-Jose-Rizal/dp/customer-reviews/8481091537   (2183 words)

  
 jose rizal national hero philippines
Different biographies shall introduce Rizal in the multifocal perspective of other people and institutions and within the section "Discussion" it shall be tried to light up the significance of Rizal from historical and todays point of view.
The poems of Dr. Jose Rizal take a bigger part in his artistic work and shall be appreciated accordingly.
Rizal, the capacious genius for languages most probably would have been pleased about the circulation of his work in the different universal languages.
www.jose-rizal.eu   (387 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Jose Mercado Rizal
Rizal's animosity to the friars was largely of domestic origin.
The friars were the landlords of a large hacienda occupied by his father; there was a vexatious litigation, and a few years later, by Weyler's order, soldiers destroyed the buildings on the land, and various members of the family were exiled to other parts of the Islands.
Rizal, it is said, did not favour separation from Spain, nor the expulsion of the friars.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/13094b.htm   (828 words)

  
 Dr. Jose Rizal
Jose Rizal was a great son of the Philippines.
His parents were both educated and belonged to distinguished families; his father was Francisco Mercado Rizal and his mother was Teodora Alonzo y Quintos.
He was a patriot, physician, and man of letters whose life served as the inspiration of the Philippine nationalist movement.
www.angelfire.com /poetry/anakpawis/Rizal   (212 words)

  
 America Magazine Rizal Article
No sooner had Rizal arrived in Madrid for studies in medicine than he was recognized as a leader by the Philippino students at the University of Madrid who were determined to work for reforms in their country.
Rizal was a frequent contributor, answering in incisive language racial slurs by Spanish writers and in lenghty essays bringing his historical knowledge to bear on Philippine questions.
The fact is that Bonifacio's rebel band of common people had idolized Rizal even before his death, using his name as a password in their secret meetings and as a rallying cry in battle.
pages.prodigy.net /manila_girl/rizal/ammag.htm   (2559 words)

  
 jose rizal national hero philippines
Different biographies shall introduce Rizal in the multifocal perspective of other people and institutions and within the section "Discussion" it shall be tried to light up the significance of Rizal from historical and todays point of view.
The poems of Dr. Jose Rizal take a bigger part in his artistic work and shall be appreciated accordingly.
Rizal, the capacious genius for languages most probably would have been pleased about the circulation of his work in the different universal languages.
www.jose-rizal.eu /indexe.html   (392 words)

  
 Jose Rizal » Biography
JOSE RIZAL, the national hero of the Philippines and pride of the Malayan race, was born on June 19, 1861, in the town of Calamba, Laguna.
His father, Francisco Mercado Rizal, an industrious farmer whom Rizal called "a model of fathers," came from Biñan, Laguna; while his mother, Teodora Alonzo y Quintos, a highly cultured and accomplished woman whom Rizal called "loving and prudent mother," was born in Meisic, Sta.
In the cold morning of December 30, 1896, Rizal, a man whose 35 years of life had been packed with varied activities which proved that the Filipino has capacity to equal if not excel even those who treat him as a slave, was shot at Bagumbayan Field.
www.ac.wwu.edu /~fasawwu/resources/rizal/biography.htm   (767 words)

  
 Now What, Cat? » Jose Rizal
Rizal Park formerly known as Bagumbayan and popularly known as Luneta is not the only park in the world which was built for the national hero.
Here are excerpts of letters of Rizal to his family which shows that in his effort to make his family accept Miss J or Miss B, he did not fail to mention her in his letters.
Dito ay tunay ang pagkasakit ni Jose RIzal dahil sinabi niya sa sulat na parang pinako ang kaniyang puso.
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 Famous Filipino Masons - Jose Rizal
Rizal's capital crime and essential heresy was to deny the supreme Catholic vanity of being the "one true faith." Pope John was too far in the future to prevent his unjust execution.
Rizal believed that you can be a good and moral person without believing in a specific supernatural deity or purported representatives on earth.
Rizal used the multi-level steamer, Tabo, to reflect the ranks of inequality that structured the society of his time.
www.glphils.org /famous-masons/frizal.htm   (1710 words)

  
 Philippine Post Magazine: Essay on Jose Rizal
Rizal was a great, admirable man who was proud to be a Filipino and who was not afraid to stand up and fight for his country.
Rizal was a very courageous and brave man who did everything that he could to reach the destination for freedom.
Rizal is truly a great example of what it means to be proud of who you are and where you came from.
www.philpost.com /0699pages/mecija.html   (1136 words)

  
 Jose Rizal Park
The park was erected in honor of Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines and is similar to numerous other parks that are found in towns and cities all over the Philippines which are also named in his honor.
Rizal was a believer in the potential of the Filipino to seek the greatest heights amid adversity, and he lived a life that proved this.
Rizal's execution served as an inspiration to his compatriots and fueled the Philippine revolution, telling the world that here was a people yearning to be free.
www.cityofpines.com /rizalpark.html   (433 words)

  
 Jose Rizal - our National Hero
Jose Rizal was a native of the island of Luzon, of which Manila is the capital.
Rizal was a profound student of anthropology and ethnology.
Before he died Rizal wrote a poem which was his dying message to his native land.
www.angelfire.com /mac/aye/joserizal.html   (1730 words)

  
 JOSE RIZAL FAMILY & STORIES
JOSE RIZAL was the 7th child, born in 1861.
Rizal's mother was a brilliant colegiala who signed herself, "Teodora Alonso de Realonda," a lover of literature and mathematics, with Spanish and Chinese blood refined, highly educated and well connected.
They are probably the last of the Rizal clan to be raised in the old school in the manner of the national hero's mother Dona Teodora Alonso, whose children were taught unquestioning obedience and responsibility at home, alongside lessons in languages and the arts.
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 Jose Rizal - der Philipinische Nationalheld
Jose Rizal`s complete name was Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo and was born on the 19th of June 1861 in Kalamba, in the Province of Laguna, not far away from Manila in the Phillipines.
Since 1909 the "Knights of Jose Rizal" have taken upon themselves to keep alive the memory and the ideals of Jose Rizal.
Jose Rizal hieß eigentlich Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo und wurde am 19 Juni 1861 in Kalamba, in der Provinz Laguna, nicht weit von Manila, in den Phillipinen, geboren.
www.hd-fuehrungen-mit-flair.de /neuedateien/rizal.html   (1018 words)

  
 Jose Rizal Website
RA No. 1425 prescribes the teaching of the life, works and writings of Jose Rizal for all school, colleges and universities.
Students and teachers, in the past years, have relied on books and periodicals from the library to do their studies on Rizal.
This Jose Rizal website is, therefore, designed, and created to assist students in the appreciation of the role of Rizal in the development of the Filipino nation.
www.joserizal.ph /in01.html   (0 words)

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