Both viewed as terrorists. A number of people see them as dangerous people. Moreover, the privacy and life of the American Arabs and American Muslims became difficult as the United States of America assigned FBI agents to investigate any suspicious Arab or Muslim that they perceived a threat in order to secure the protection of American citizens. Orientalism, a term coined in the West to describe the Eastern Culture. Individuals from the Eastern Hemisphere are usually characterized by clothing and facial features, especially that of the women.
Arabs only use the primary language of Arabic. Arabs usually originate from the Middle East especially from Iraq, Syria, Iran and Saudi. Since September 11, United States has enabled many policies. The United States placed more consideration to certain ethnic groups because they could possibly be dangerous to the U.S. There have been changes under the terrorist laws on how someone can detain a suspected person.
Misperceptions and Misunderstanding of Islam in western Countries and societies, specifically in the United States of America Nedim Kapic Introduction: Ever since the tragic and horrific events of 9/11 , the global image of Islam has been altered negatively. While it is true that misperceptions are present all over the globe, they mainly occur in western civilization and western societies. This study will therefore, focus on the United States of America and the problems and misunderstanding Muslims living there have to encounter in their daily lives. The central question I want to cover is where this misunderstanding comes from , how it affects Muslims and what we can do to educate and inform people to show what Islam really is about. Too often is it that we see images of radical Islamic organizations or images of woman with seemingly no rights.
Impacts of Racial Profiling Response Essay Racial profiling has been a growing concern since the 9/11 attacks on that took place in the United States. The article “9/11 changed my world forever” by Omar Sachedina is based on how the 9/11 attacks has changed the perception on Muslim citizens within the United States and Canada. Sachedina indicated how their religion became a larger part of Muslim citizens after the 9/11 crisis. Muslims, in particular, were taken blame by extremists and radicals for the appalling destruction of the World Trade Centre. This situation eventually led to the radical change in law enforcement and criminal justice, introducing racial profiling.
Globalization has an effect on many words or terms such as American, Jewish, Muslim in related to religious level could change to one religion recognize by what might be called ‘multiculturalism’. It had been known here in America as “The melting pot” which many different cultural had and is still migrating into America now extends out to the rest of the world. There may be lots of pros or positives but it does not go without negatives or resistance. For example, “Islamic country may resist globalization because they see it as equivalent to westernization—weakening the religious strength of a country and exposing its people to corrupting ideas.” In addition, some people fear globalizing may have a negative effect on poor countries such as ‘sweat shop,’ whereas it had happen when ‘sweatshop’ was used by sports shoe manufacturers, in particular, Nike. The best positive side of these that were created are,
Global Social Issues - Terrorism Global Social Issues - Terrorism Introduction Terrorism is defined as the unlawful or threatened use of force or violence against property, organizations, societies, cultures, or governments in order to achieve a desired change. The events of September 11th 2001 sparked an entirely new discussion on the issue of terrorism here in the United States (U.S.) and abroad. Although many different nations around the world have had problems with social and politically charged terrorist groups for decades if not centuries it was not a globally focused issue. However, it took the happenings of the morning of September 11th for the world to take a good hard look at the elements of terrorism, hate and fear and where it comes from. Terrorism has affected tourism in many countries which has an effect on various people from different parts of the world to interact socially.
This is probably because enforcement will be partial. Mistrust often results from such treatment of people (Enforcement of Federal Immigration Laws at the State and Local Levels, 2010). It will affect how the officers investigate crimes such as drug trafficking, child labor and child prostitution. It will affect how they serve the whole population. Further, local governments need to request for information regarding suspected aliens.
David who had mixed feelings about religion Islam. Their believe especially after September 11 terror attack have to adopt their customs. David stereotyped muslim visually identify them by their skin color, the way they talked or how they dressed . David came back just realizing that the Muslim family Haque are just some most awesome people, who are devoted and very compassionate. This documentary shows that can’t stereotype or judge people by their skin color, the clothes they wear or judge one and a half billion people for the actions of five .
Overcoming Religious Discrimination Many business leaders will discriminate consciously or subconsciously. Discrimination has been ingrained into our society and beliefs throughout history. The only way that a person can learn not to discriminate is through proper education about the facts surrounding the issue. When 9-11 devastated the United Stated, many Americans began, if not already, to discriminate against all Muslims. This discrimination included anything foreign to Americans, such as turbans, women dressing to completely conceal themselves, except for their eyes, or the words Quran or Islam.
| Homosexuality Through the Eyes of Christianity and Islam | Written By: | Duckens Saint Preux | | Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Studies Dr. Kristian Kahn Winter Session 2012 13 January 2012 | Homosexuality in religion has always been a controversial issue in many societies structured by religion and politics. Many believe that biblical fundamentalism and political conservatism are substantially more conflicting to the inspiration of homosexuality. Many varied heteronormative societies believe that religion plays an integral part in the way in which individuals in an economy structure their lives. In the article, Christians, Homosexuality, and the Same-Sex Marriage Question by John Zerilli, “Opposition to homosexuality, in whatever form it appears, indicates not so much a lower intelligence in the individual but participation in a consensus of opinion which represents a lower order of intelligence attained by civilized man” (Zerilli 32). He highlights the importance of uncovering one’s own personal perception of something or someone, rather than adhering to and supporting the majority’s.