The world of wizards has brought us all much closer to amazement. With all those fascinating spells and tricks bewitching us, Letter from Hogwarts becomes a dream. Members of the Wizarding community have frequently attacked non-magical individuals due to anti-Muggle prejudice. Although some wizards try to defend Muggle villages, organizations led by evil wizards like Voldemort or Grindelwald take pleasure in attacking them. Being a muggle altogether makes us uneasy and in addition, the wrongdoings of the wizards against muggles.

Death Eaters

Death Eater
Death Eaters

The Death Eaters are undoubtedly a terrorist group, as everyone can see. They slay Muggles numerous times during the two Wizarding Wars. The London Bridge attack is a well-known example. The Millennium Bridge, a pedestrian cable-stayed bridge that crossed the River Thames, was destroyed by Fenrir Greyback and a small party of Death Eaters in June 1996. The Brockdale Bridge is also targeted in the books, and many Muggles are slaughtered as a wake of the terror.

Confundus Charm

Wizards: Ron Weasley
Ron Weasley

Wizards don’t always commit serious crimes. Fraud is relatively easy to commit, and it is sometimes vital to guarantee that wizards blend in with Muggles. Ron Weasley‘s use of the Confundus Charm during his license exam is one example. The occurrence may appear harmless in the bigger picture, but this form of magic may be deployed in considerably more brutal ways and for even evil intentions.

Avada Kedavra

Wizards: Voldemort

Executing someone is as basic as casting an Unforgivable for a witch or wizard. Avada Kedavra is just one of the fatal spells known to Voldemort, or indeed any wizard for that matter. Even completely lawful spells can simply kill, especially when used against a Muggle who is unprepared for the attack.

Breaking and Entering

Fantastic Beasts
Fantastic Beasts

Breaking and entering someone else’s home is also something that a wizard can execute with comfort, perhaps without thinking about the results of their actions. Newt Scamander, for example, broke into a New York jewelry store to rescue his fugitive niffler. While his intentions are justified and, in the end, the lesser of two evils, he nonetheless enters a house without permission. In the meantime, he also smashes a window, which might be considered vandalism.


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Violence at Quidditch World Cup

Wizards are nothing if not imaginative, and harassing Muggles is almost a sport for them. Wizards, on the other hand, attack Muggles in a more straightforward fashion. The violence at the Quidditch World Cup, where intoxicated Death Eaters assaulted the Muggle Roberts family, is an example of Muggle-baiting. The family is saved by Ministry officials, however not all Muggles are so fortunate.

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