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''This article is about Muggles in general. For a list with links to articles about specific Muggles, see Category:[http://the-leaky-cauldron.org/wiki/index.php?title=Category:Muggles Muggles].''
''This article is about Muggles in general. For a list with links to articles about specific Muggles, see Category:[http://the-leaky-cauldron.org/wiki/index.php?title=Category:Muggles Muggles].''
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Muggles are the non-magical people of the Harry Potter series. Basically, anyone who is not a witch or wizard is a muggle. For example, Uncle Vernon is a muggle.
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==The Wizarding World's View on Muggles and Muggle Things==
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===Treatment===
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Many magical people, particularly pure-bloods, consider their own world superior to that of Muggles. Though many wizards treat Muggles with great respect.  This is especially common during the reign of Lord Voldemort. During the Second Wizard War, The Ministry of Magic was very anti-muggle, and their slogan became "Magic is Might".
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==Anti-Muggle Wizards==
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Some wizards in the Wizarding World believe that wizards are supreme and muggles, muggle-borns, and squibs have no place in their world. Mostly purebloods believe this. Delores Umbridge hates the thought of muggle-borns. This is shown to be true in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows when she is interrogating muggle-born witches and wizards. Other known anti-muggle wizards are Lord Voldemort, the Malfoys, and other Death Eaters.
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== The International Statue of Secrecy ==
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The International Statue of Secrecy was put into effect when wizards went into hiding. Now, no muggles are supposed to know about magic except the Muggle Prime Minister.
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==References==
==References==

Current revision as of 04:47, 6 July 2011

This article is about Muggles in general. For a list with links to articles about specific Muggles, see Category:Muggles.

Muggles are the non-magical people of the Harry Potter series. Basically, anyone who is not a witch or wizard is a muggle. For example, Uncle Vernon is a muggle.


Contents

[edit] The Wizarding World's View on Muggles and Muggle Things

[edit] Treatment

Many magical people, particularly pure-bloods, consider their own world superior to that of Muggles. Though many wizards treat Muggles with great respect. This is especially common during the reign of Lord Voldemort. During the Second Wizard War, The Ministry of Magic was very anti-muggle, and their slogan became "Magic is Might".

[edit] Anti-Muggle Wizards

Some wizards in the Wizarding World believe that wizards are supreme and muggles, muggle-borns, and squibs have no place in their world. Mostly purebloods believe this. Delores Umbridge hates the thought of muggle-borns. This is shown to be true in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows when she is interrogating muggle-born witches and wizards. Other known anti-muggle wizards are Lord Voldemort, the Malfoys, and other Death Eaters.

[edit] Section 3

[edit] Sub-section 1

[edit] Sub-section 2

[edit] The International Statue of Secrecy

The International Statue of Secrecy was put into effect when wizards went into hiding. Now, no muggles are supposed to know about magic except the Muggle Prime Minister.


[edit] References


[edit] External links

[edit] See also