Hate crimes against religion are the third worst among hate crimes studied or reported. Hate crimes motivated by religious bias accounted for 1,031 incidents and 1,1603 offenses, involving 1,223 victims and 682 known offenders. The religions with the most animosity towards them are Jewish and Muslims religions. Jewish are consistently targeted for their faith more often than members of any other religious group, and that anti-Semitic crimes accounted for roughly 60% of religious hate crimes per year. Muslims are the second-most frequently targeted at 13%.
The statistics for various categories of hate crimes are totally different, for instance race is at its most high in the US with 57.1 of the cases were motivated by race. According to the National Population Demographics blacks are 28 times more likely to be victims of hate crimes than whites. Improvements in hate crime laws and punishments are necessary in order for these statics to decrease. Many people have different thoughts about hate crime statutes, most are for them and unlike the others they are against them. Today, hate crime laws are getting more enhanced day by day from all of the hate crimes that 's occurring.
Since these attacks, Islamophobia in America has skyrocketed, as even a decade and a half later, anti-Muslim hate crimes happen 5-6 times more often than before 2001. This causes many Muslims thats live in America to fear for their own safety. There are many instances of attacks on Islamic mosques and cases of women getting the hijab pulled off. Many Americans believe in the notion and stereotype that many or all Muslims are more prone to be terrorist, because they believe the Quran, the holy book of Islam, condones it. This certainly not true at all, as Islam is a very peaceful and forgiving religion, as it promotes peace and happiness to its followers.
Envisioning the future of America, a land appears, one that is free from the problems that have plagued it, while staying true to the original intentions of the people who created our government. To be able to rid the nation’s people from threats of war, terrorism, and even the fear of excessive tyranny by our government, this is the dream of a perfect future. At what cost would this come should we sacrifice the sanctity of our government to achieve it? The U.S. Constitution, the backbone of our government, with a the exception of a few changes, it has lasted more than 200 years, longer than that of any other Constitution. With this document behind our government, there should be no fear of the future, no fear of the destruction of our nation, but of course, there is fear, and in large quantities.
Statistics show that violence is one of the leading causes of death in all parts of the world for people ages 15 to 44. Furthermore, racialism has spread a misunderstanding of other cultures all across the world. The rate of violence is rapidly increasing every day. Consequently, racism is a form of violence that affects my life. Even though I have always known that Hispanics aren’t welcome in the U.S., after the 2016 Presidential
Obviously, we are all in this age range. This literally hits very close to home, Saint Louis, Missouri was voted number 20 hotspot for human trafficking. Since 2007, more than 1,500 calls have been made from Missouri to the Human Trafficking Hotline. The reason why these people who get trafficked don't come forward is because they are afraid. They are not only afraid of their kidnapper but they are also afraid of seeking out to the police.
Anti-Muslim hate crimes have been recently rising in the US. Hate crimes are destructive, and harmful to the victim. A hate crime is an offensive like murder, arson, or vandalism that is inflicted on the victim because of the victims race, color, religion, or natural origin. Attack numbers on Muslims like 5,479 in 2014, and 5,850 in 2015 are not right and continuing to increase. The president-elect Donald Trump has expressed his belief on Muslims by calling for a ban on all Muslims entertaining the US.
Causes of Illegal Immigration According to Fox News, they found that many lawbreakings made by the illegal immigrants;13.6 percent of those punished for all committed crimes in the country,12 percent of murder judgments, and 16 percent of operating sentences. Evidence shows that undocumented immigrants are much possible to commit crimes than other people. Fox news makes a study shows that unlawful migrants are likely to be sentenced for a murder three times more than the citizen. As an outcome, all the government is working hard to stop illegal immigration to avoid its negative results. Unlawful settlement can root plenty of negative effects on the immigrants its self.
The food inflation averaged 65.68 percent from 2009 until 2015. However, the cost of food reached it’s highest of 315 percent in 2015. It has make it so hard for the people to afford the basic need of survival, food. Also, there is a lack The economy has crushed and corruption has sought with criminal allegations reaching the highest levels. Violence has increased and the citizens’ daily life goes harder by the hour.
Centrifugal forces are forces are forces that tend to drive a nation apart, rather than unite a nation. During the past half century in the United States, many centrifugal forces have affected this country continuously. One especially challenging force is the huge amount of diversity in the United States. Different religions, languages, culture, customs, immigrants, and ethnic groups clash against each other. This raises the issue of racism, which makes many minorities feel discriminated against.
Before 9/11, 28 hate crimes attributed to Muslim religious were reported. In 2001, that number soared to 481 (FBI, Schevitz). One group we is blamed for the actions of its extremists. Imagine blaming Christians for the crusades. It’s hardly fair, is it?
Gender Wars of Murder Introduction Serial killings are receiving an increasing amount of attention from both the law enforcement and media. Recent studies show that in the last two decades 92.9% of serial killers have been males, and only 7.1% have been females. Female involvement in homicide investigations is not as common as it is for males. The question remains, why are there more male killers than females? Is it because they are more vengeful and dangerous?
Hate crimes exist because individuals or groups commit offenses that may or may not be with criminal intent. Hate crime laws impose tougher penalties on criminals who target people because of their race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or disability. If a criminal assaults a person because that person is Muslim, for an example, the crime would likely be a hate crime. I am opposed to hate crimes against any group of people. My source of information will support my opinion as in the case of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in the United Kingdom in January of 2015.
According to a statistic by the U.S. Department of Justice and their collaborators, the number of prisoners in the U.S. has grown by over 700 percent since the 1970s. This extreme increase in incarcerations means that people disregard the law and constantly commit crimes. But these crimes are not all equal. Crimes range everywhere from murder to simple drug use. Law enforcement punishes almost all of them equally.