Islamophobia In Netherland

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Islamophobia in Netherland
Islamophobia is exaggerated in hatred and fear against Muslims and Islam itself. Islamophobia is not a new problem in Islam-West relationship. Centuries ago since the Crusades raged, Islamophobia has begun to emerge and constructed in the mind and culture of the West. However, the expression of Islamophobia has only recently pop up again. That 's because the rival of Western ideological, Marxist-Communism of the Soviet Union has collapsed at the end of the end of the 20th century ago. The ideological rivals vacancy raises concerns of the West over the rise of Islam as an ideological force that will encounter the dominance and hegemony of the West. Clash of civilizations. Potential enemy of the West after the fall
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Although the cause of the tragedy is not clear and its main actors, but the accusations by the neocons West (USA and Western Europe) focused on Islamic groups. That accusation was then led to hatred and excessive fear in Western societies to Islam and Islamic groups, who then called Islamophobia or Xenophobia. In the US, the expression of Islamophobia is not too thick. In fact, the tragedy of the WTC and the Pentagon in the US. The power of the neocons (Neoconservatism) or the ultra in the right side is also based in the United States (New York) but the attitude of the US society rather minimal Islamophobia found. It can happen because the majority of the US public is more rational and open to Islamic groups in the US even though some US communities still do not accept the presence of Islam and the Islamic group…show more content…
Dual Nationality encourage greater remittances because the policy is designed to evoke the feeling of an inclusive and recognition of the homeland; Making Diaspora as part of an extended nation that becomes an asset for soft diplomacy to represent the country of origin; Dual Nationality give Diaspora full capacity to act as a transnational, because they have full access to the employment opportunities in abroad and in his homeland. This status can stimulate domestic investment and make a link to its economic capacity, including assistance provided to the family. So by having Indonesian Diaspora Network it will of course develop our nation-building because it is able to give a very good impact in our culture, economic sector, and many
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