So if someone doesn't like good we fight them.” said Faruq Khalil Muhammad. This proves that these people are willing to do anything for their religion and that can become very dangerous. Osama Bin Laden was a horrible man in the eyes of most of the world, but served as a role model for some. He was the start of the biggest terrorist group to ever exist and they will do anything to enforce their religion. After he was assassinated, everyone felt a sense of safety and redemption from the 2001 attacks.
According to Gerstenfeld, hate crimes “may or may not include sexual orientation, gender, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, or political affiliation.” Some argue that every group should be protected by hate crime legislation, but this runs the risk of watering down the significance of such protections. The groups that are most frequently targeted by hate crimes including African Americans, gays and lesbians, Jews, and Muslims should be prioritized over other groups. Historically, the most targeted groups in the United States are African Americans, LGBT community, Jews, and Muslims. These groups are undoubtedly in the most need for protections provided by hate crime laws. A suiting definition for hate crimes is an adaptation from Gerstenfeld chapter 1: The Whys and Hows of Hate Crime Laws: crimes that are committed based on the race, religion, ethnicity, and sexual orientation of the victim.
Racial Profiling can sometimes be good when it comes to securing a nation or one 's own self being. In most cases racial profiling is a bad and unjustifiable act against an individual by his/her race, color, ethnicity. In today 's world we see many thing that can be related to racial profiling but in of the things that sticks out the most is a campaign called “ All Black lives matter”.BlackLivesMatter was created in 2012 after Trayvon Martin’s murderer, George Zimmerman, was acquitted for his crime, and dead 17-year old Trayvon was placed on trial for his own murder. African American made this campaign because they feel and they know that they being racially profiled by authority figures. In the article “The nation 's premier civil & human right coalition” written by The leadership Conference states “the data reveal that African-American motorists were 1.64 times more likely to be stopped than White drivers”.
A large one in our society is the racism against Muslims. People assume the worst of them because ‘they cause so many terrorist attacks’, however, that isn’t true. They are blamed for a lot of horrible events because of their race and culture which in turn, really hurts them. Our world shouldn’t be full of racism anymore, but somehow, there still is a bunch of it
Racism has been around for a very long time. Racism can affect people in many different ways. People are very racist against certain groups of people such as African American and Muslims.Toms trial is another example in To Kill A Mockingbird of the racism. Racism still exists in this world today and hopefully it will continue to get better. Recently police were accused of killing african americans for no reason.
The FBI define hate crime as, “criminal offense against a person or property motivated in whole or in part by an offender’s bias against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, ethnicity, gender, or gender identity,” (FBI). The discussion of hate crime has been very delicate over the past few months, from ISIS to police brutality. In this paper situations involving hate crime will be discussed such as the background; history of hate crime like the holocaust; special groups and genders that get “hated” on such as blacks, Hispanics, Muslims, and Jews; examples of hate crime; prominent figures like Donald Trump and his anti- Muslim and anti-immigrant policies as well as news pieces of hate crime; groups for and against other races like the black lives matter movement; statistics of hate crime and hate groups in the U.S.; the argument that
Even with this reputation, it’s not the only thing they did wrong. A different reason why the Crusades were negative is because they would kill the innocent. In Document 7, it states, “-the crusading knights were often abused and co,,ottoes atrocities against Eastern Orthodox Christians, Jews and Muslims in the areas through which they passed.” This “-made them hated by all groups throughout the region. This is important due to the fact that they’re killing innocents. They killed those who were bystanders.
Judge Danforth and Reverend Hale, two prominent characters in the play, collide with one another as good versus evil. Reverend Hale's logical instincts keep him from plummeting into the plight of the power hungry people in Salem. As one of those power hungry people, Judge Danforth differs with Reverend Hale by guarding his in Salem and exploitation of power. In today's age, history of the Salem tragedy and McCarthyism foreshadow problems in society today. For example, muslims who escape to America because their towns are being destroyed by bombs and other weapons are seen as members of ISIS.
Inquisition Torture tactics and pain were familiar components of the Inquisition. Many people were forced to change their opinions and religious views through sheer force and brutality at the hands of authority. The Catholic Church did not start the inquisition, but it was very common to the Catholic in the thirteenth century. Catholic believe, that people should be physical punishment. At this time, the Christians hated the Jews because they believed they were the reason of Jesus Christ death.
It 's quite ironic that the people of the United States discriminate against people just because of where they came from, even though the people of America have committed a mass genocide which nearly killed off a total race. Immigrants were seen as a whole, and not individual people with different beliefs and morals. It is truly a sad and unhuman thing to do, and as Eric Kaemmerer stated, "With all the hate crimes, it seems that regular Americans inspire terror just as well #"Arab
One of the biggest issues in our country today is terrorism. Many Americans are surrounded by fear of potential attacks and many more have ideas and perceptions of Muslims rooted in their mind. Yet these thoughts play a major role in racism and islamophobia, thoughts that could contribute to more terrorism, and more harmful impacts on our Muslim brothers and sisters. Muslim communities have been under intense surveillance, mapping and identifying neighborhoods where many Muslims preside. Kamalakar Duvvuru, who teaches the New Testament in India, says, “In 2007 the Los Angeles Police Department [LAPD] launched an extensive mapping program to identify Muslim enclaves across the city.
The media focuses on one point more than another. For example Isis (a Muslims terrorist group) is killing innocent people in France, the main point in the media is that Muslims are attacking. This makes some viewers and readers think that all Muslims are horrible. Not all Muslims are Isis, most are innocent, as a Muslim, I believe that true Muslims believe that Isis is wrong. The media focuses on one point more than another because it’s more important and everyone should be aware and this is correct in my opinion, but the media sometimes lead some viewers to the wrong path.
From an American perspective, Osama bin Laden is a radical Islamist monster responsible for the deaths of thousands of innocent civilians. This may be true, but from a jihad perspective, Osama bin Laden can be seen as a hero who was martyred while fighting for his faith. People fear things they do not understand, ignorance and bliss and everyone would like to believe that their personal path and beliefs are inherently “good” or “right”. Islam, communism, they are just ideas, and as “un-American” as they may be this does not constitute evil. Killing innocent people is evil, and the US is just as guilty as anyone for this, the only difference is how people feel they can justify the actions.
Racial profiling, therefore, is the involvement of law enforcement officers in a discriminatory manner targeting any individual based on race, ethnicity, religion, national origin for suspicion of a crime. It is also noteworthy that omission by law enforcement is a form of racial profiling. The ingredients for racial profiling then are law enforcement, race, targeting, suspicion, omission, and crime. Many innocent Americans are behind bars or dead because of racial profiling and the realization of the September 11 attacks has heightened the reactions of law enforcement against people of color and various religions. Although it is a much talk
The Popish cruelties were a shocking eye opener to how people with power can hurt people just because they have a following. They would persecuted until they choose baptism or death, even if they converted the separation was still there. They would torture them by burning the accused, especially if believed to promote protestant faith. Many of the affected were muslims and jews because of their different religious views, that were killed unless converting. The hostility only grew higher especially in England until the law did not allow the torture of them as long as religious beliefs did not affect the throne.