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Full name : Jose Rizal
Alias : Jose Rizal
Gender : Men
Country : Philippines
Birthday : 19-06-1861
Address : Calamba, Laguna
Animals : The Rooster
Zodiac : Gemini
Died : 30-12-1896
Father : Francisco Engracio Rizal Mercado de Alejandro
Mother : Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda de Quintos
Siblings : Paciano Rizal, Saturina, Narcisa, Lucia, Maria, José Protasio, Concepción, Josefa, Trinidad, Soledad
Wife : Josephine Bracken
Children : Francísco Rizal y Bracken
Education : University of Santo Tomas Faculty of Medicine and Surgery Ateneo de Manila University University of Paris Complutense University of Madrid Ruprecht Karl University of Heidelberg University of Santo Tomas
Position :
Activists : Revolutionaries , Ophthalmologists, Writers

Hailed as the greatest national hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal was a man of strong convictions who sacrificed his life for the nationalist cause. During his time Philippines was under Spanish colonial rule and Rizal advocated for peaceful reforms in his home country. Rizal was not just a nationalist, he was a multifaceted personality who was a qualified doctor, writer, and an artist who could draw, paint, sculpt and carve. He was a prolific writer and poet who through his eloquent writings inspired the nationalists for peaceful reforms as well as armed conflicts where the need arose. Born into a family which valued education, he was encouraged to study well and gain knowledge about a variety of subjects. Even as a youngster he was known to harbor thoughts of political freedom and individual rights which were considered radical by the authorities who frowned upon him. A well traveled man, he became involved in the Propaganda Movement where he joined other Filipinos who wanted reforms. He also wrote about the dark aspects of Spanish rule in a book which was banned in Philippines. Even though he was a supporter of peaceful reforms, he was exiled from his home country, and later on convicted of sedition and sentenced to death. The execution of this young nationalist fuelled the Filipinos’ desire for independence further.