The attack on the Muslim and Arab came without thinking. We as a people attack without thinking and we don’t think have the time that there is anything wrong with it. I don’t think we should judge people by the color of their skin or there background. We stereotype people because that’s just the way we were raised as people. The United States has always somewhat judged the Muslims and Arab people.
Many New York City residents and fellow Americans feel that this is a direct “Slap in the face”, and a mockery of the countless lives lost on that tragic day. Within this paper I hope to persuade the Islamic Community of the dangers that the Muslim Community center poses for the occupants, everyone, and everything around it. This paper will accurately identify the risks and detriments of building a Muslim Community Center within the WTC vicinity and thoroughly explain why it should not be built there. Thesis Statement A Muslim community center should not be built near the World Trade Center site because it poses a clear danger to Muslims everywhere. Working Outline- WTC Muslim Community Center I.
If a conspiracy did it, did the conspiracy include Oswald? Most Americans believe that a conspiracy killed Kennedy. Few Americans accepted that Lee Harvey Oswald killed John F. Kennedy, because that is what the government concluded to be the right answer to give the American people. Now if you are not of the few Americans, you have not accepted what the government stated as facts, you believe that there is
9/11 2001 affected Americans because it was is the most tragic day in American history. Members of Al Qaudea, hijacked American Air Line’s airplanes, and crashed them into many buildings such as the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and were possibly going toward the White House. September 11 showed America that we’re not invincible and we need to expect the unexpected, to prepare for the future, and to be ready for anything. Also, fire fighters lost their lives do to the terrorist attack by saving others. Finally, it helped Americans come together and realize that every person in America was affected by the attack.
For example, in their 2010 manifesto, the BNP party stated that if they were voted in as the leading party they would “The BNP will ban the burka, ritual slaughter and the building of further mosques in Britain” and that they would “reintroduce capital punishment for drug dealers, child murderers, multiple murderers, murderers of policemen on duty and terrorists where guilt is proven beyond all doubt”. These policies, although agreed with by some of the population, are not popular
For instance, he defines that “[a]n unjust law is a code inflicted upon a minority which that minority had no part in enacting […] because they did not have […] right to vote.” (281). Although this is an example of logos, it is also an example of ethos because he is implying that unjust laws are not laws but a restriction to specific minorities among the whites and it stains their society with discrimination. This also shows his desires to justify the significance of his participation of the events in Alabama to present his ethos as respectable to his audience. King uses pathos as well, when he says that he “[…] was arrested Friday on a charge of parading without a permit. […] to deny citizens the First Amendment privilege of peaceful protest, then it becomes unjust.” (282).
Allie Cook Government Faulwell 10 a.m. MWF Constitution Paper A federal case on freedom of speech took place on September 16, 2011 in Hartford, Connecticut. Hal Turner wrote online “take up arms and put down this tyranny by force” and that public officials should “obey the Constitution or die.” The public was outraged by his words. Turner went to court and the jurors said that what he said was appalling but he wasn’t planning on hurting anyone, he was just speaking his mind. People that knew him said he wasn’t a person they would like to do anything with outside of work, but he wouldn’t go out of his way to harm anyone. He likes to speak his mind.
Due to the color of your skin or ethnicity, a police officer should not stop a person and ask for their documentation. Although the passing of the law has generated a lot of controversy, it has created the opportunity for national debate for a uniform federal law for all the states. The Arizona Immigration Law prevents undocumented workers from making a living. Many of the illegal aliens have come to America to work and support their families. America is a gateway to the removal of all their suffering.
This is acceptable for objects, but not for human beings. Today if we saw a group of Muslims on the street, would we stare? Would we judge them on the way they look and feel threatened? These recent tragic terrorist attacks were not committed by the entire Muslim population, however, we tend to paint them all with the one brush. “This is racism, a definition for racism would be treating a person on, the basis of his or her race first, rather than as a person.” (Martin, 1990) The refugee crisis is a prime example of people’s social identity being influenced by racial status.
Gun Control Gun control will not decrease violent crimes. With more gun control laws, it doesn’t necessarily mean that any of these statistics will change. The 2nd amendment states that we as American citizens have the right to bear arms to protect ourselves. The article “Gun Control Debate: Political Opportunists Swarm In,” by John R. Lott Jr., published in the New York Times, is a debate between politicians debating whether or not the attack, that left U.S. Rep. Gabriell Giffords wounded and six others dead, is related to politics. Many people were blamed for the horrible attack.