Everyone has a book they love. Books are loved for different reasons—whether it is the style, characters, or moral. In recent years, one genre of fiction has received quite a bump in the public eye. Of course, the young adult genre has always been around, but it has a different connotation today. Most young adult books published in recent years slip under the radar of what is considered “good.” Books taking place during, arguably, the most turbulent time in someone’s life seem to be easy writing fodder.
As a result of the lacking knowledge concerning Islam and the related culture, Muslim people are doomed to suffer. While many people believe that all terrorists are the Muslims, they, actually speaking, do not belong to Islam. In fact, many Arab countries even created a union to fight against terrorism. To avoid accusing innocent people for
All his books are love stories that end in a tragic ways. Love stories are different than romance novels. According to nicholassparks.com, romance novels involve happy ending and the same overall theme. While love stories end in an unhappy way. Nicholas Sparks’ twenty books are partially about events that he has experienced; his most famous book, the Notebook, was written about his wife’s grandparents.
There was no suitable reaction to this partly because they were in a state but also because of negligence and carelessness about the Jews. Not to mention that even those countries had people who were spreading the anti-Semitic propaganda at the very same time. 2.2.2. Western Apathy during Holocaust: Starting in 1942 till 1945, USA and the rest of the allies turned a blind eye towards holocaust. They perfectly knew what was happening and had the resources and power to help too, but they didn’t.
Racial anti-Semitism and Religious anti-Semitism both greatly affected the Jews in different way because it lead to Jews being excluded from society and being hated by many. Religious anti-Semitism was based off of Medieval anti-Semitism which came to be because the Jews were blamed for the killing of Jesus because they did not accept him as their leader. This lead to persecution and exclusion of Jews from society by expulsions and confinement. In theory, if a jew was willing to give up Judaism as their religion and convert to Christianity, then they would be welcomed by the French and not seen any different. Meaning, they would no longer be persecuted or hated.
Demonizing Muslims eventually leads to discrimination and sometimes even to harassment and acts of violence. Speakers at Islamic conferences and lectures, around the world, routinely mock Shi’ites and call them by the derogatory term “Rafidah”. People are being brainwashed and are forced to think that Shia’s are enemies and are meant to be killed and which lead them to Heaven. These speakers and scholars are openly misguiding people and no government around the world is taking a stand against such people. Shiaphobia
Generally, media tends to use “two or three examples to justify a generalization” about the inequality or violence in Islamic beliefs (“Reza Aslan…”). This in turn does more damage than good, if the viewer is someone who knows nothing about Islam and the way Muslims live. One popular example used is of Saudi Arabia, which is the birthplace of Islam, and is known for its extremist way of governing. As an uneducated viewer listening to popular news about Islam, it is no wonder why people are fearful of being anywhere near a
Evidently states fight over the ruling of each other’s land which could result in bringing deaths to country due to forced missiles and so forth. This would obviously bring a major drop to the country’s economy as well as be a major threat to the citizens of the country. The Kashmir issue is an issue within the land of India and thus is not an issue of the US and does not need their assistance (Holbrook, R, 2010). Majority of the lands ethnic group is the people of the Muslim nation thus they are put into a contradiction on whether or not to join with Pakistan or Kashmir. This can be seen as a racial oppression amongst many people with Hindus and
People are often afraid from things that are unfamiliar with them that is why they judge those things as quickly and badly, and that is what the media plays on but we can’t say that the media is the only reason stereotyping exists we also should take a look on what all the government around the world are doing every government has some goals and aims that it want to reach but it will never reach it goals with causing prejudice for example when the attack of 9/11 happened a lot of people pointed their fingers that Muslims are the one but later on some people found out that the US is also responsible for this attack but only few people believed it since it is widely known that Muslims are terrorists. After that all humanity is the one to blame our love to ourselves and our love to our country and our love to our religion created all these stereotypes we stopped thinking and believing that anything could be better or as good as ourselves or the things we love this is the main reason why we lost humanity when we lose our humanity not only stereotype is found in our world but a lot of unfair