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A ban is an official or informal prohibition of something. Bans are formed to prohibit activity within a particular political territory. Some consider this a negative act (equivalent to a form of censorship or discrimination), while others consider it a “keeping the status quo.” Some of the bans in commerce are called embargoes. Ban is also used as a verb to mean “prohibit.”

In current English usage, the ban is almost a synonym with the word prohibition. Historically, the Old English (ge) bann is derived from the bannan verb “summon, command, declare” from the former famous Germanic * bannan command, command, ban, exile, curse. The modern sense of “prohibit” is influenced by the prohibition of the former Nordic banna of the family, “curse, ban” and, in the end, a loan from the old French, which means “illegal, exile”. I am receiving.

The Indo-European origin of the German language derives from the etymology * bha- which means “to speak”. Its original meaning was magic.

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In many countries, political parties and parties are banned. States parties may be banned for a number of reasons, including extremist and anti-democratic ideologies. Occasionally, bans sometimes assert fraudulent activity simply because the group opposes government policy. For example, Germany has a long history behind the modern practice of banning political parties. The Nazi party was banned in 1923. After the Nazi Party came to power in 1933 and the opposition parties such as the Social Democratic Party (SPD) and the German Communist Party (KPD) were banned, the Nazi Party was banned again, and the bans of other parties were ruled by the Nazis in 1945. It was lifted after defeat. And the Communist Party was again banned from 1956 to 1968.

Many marriages bans between people with different ethnic backgrounds and religions, for example, between non-Jews and Jews in Nazi Germany and among those classified as “white” and “non-white” in apartheid South Africa, etc.

In most of the 1800s and 1900s, the United States prohibited marriage between people of different races (interracial marriages). However, the ban on racial marriage was dismissed by the United States Supreme Court in 1967 in a groundbreaking civil rights lawsuit, Rubbing v. Virginia. In this case, the court granted Virginia’s legalization law an unconstitutional violation of the basic rights of marriage. Historically, child marriage was common but is now banned in many countries.

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