Arabian And Mideastern Stereotypes

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Arabian and Mideastern Stereotypes The Arabian subculture has its examples of stereotypes upon its intellectual scenarios. Some include the changing aspects of its culture. The oil rigs, turbans, couscous, desert lifestyle, and a counter society on women. The way society sees Arabs now is different from what they used to be viewed. Most of these cultures were handed down from generations contributing to the changing factors of Arabian lifestyle. I want to say that the Arabs are not all that bad in most cases. It is their leaders of the Islamic religion that has brought such oppression on the land. Their leaders have made it unbearable for them. I believe because of that, they are stereotyped more negatively upon the world because of their negative leaders. It is really sad that they are considered the black shadow of the world because they do in my mind have potential to be a friendly thriving demographic area. Through the late 20th century and the 21st century we as Americans are contributing to a changing view of Arabian culture. These Arabian ideas are held by members of other particular groups. It can be based on membership in that group. Islam is the second largest religion in the World as of now. It still remains an undiscovered mystery in many societies. Some of these Muslims have some certain elements of religious practices. They can be considered on the top of the main list. It is considered as the most popular stereotypical image list. Sometimes stereotypical practices are not religious at all. They are instead considered cultural practices. There are some artificially created social problems that the media claims along with it. The film The Prince of Egypt has some incredible ideology of how Arabians were primarily very decent under dictatorships. They were an example to look up to in the earlier times The Egyptian monarchy with their long
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