There were many people jailed with one reason, they are Muslims. It constitutes a dictatorship type of government and not a constitutional government that promoted democracy. They also did not respect and appreciate the international law. Action should be taken even though US is a strong and major countries, but, human right must be prioritised. The act of President Bush accused Osama as the main actor of the attack, we could see it clearly that his ‘intelligence’ which because they can know who the real enemy is in just few hours of the attacks.
The whole community has been labelled and, whether they are guilty of crime or not, they are getting penalised for it.” She finishes. Hammasa’s message is important- it is the duty of western countries to accept their Muslim citizens. Zakariya Muhammad Reed, the veteran stopped at the US border, later expressed his anger in a letter to the Interagency Border Inspection System. He wrote, "Nobody will give me any information as to why I am being detained. I would like to know exactly what I am being accused of and why is it that I
Elie Wiesel states that, “there is so much injustice and suffering crying out for our attention. (Night, page 190) ” Elie Wiesel questions why the world kept the evils of Nazi Germany silent, and how humanity let this happened. The witness in the Isis article mentions how people don’t make these genocides a bigger issue. This shows that despite the thousands of deaths caused by both groups, the world decides not to do much, and society needs to stand up and stop these genocides. If we stood up against it now, we can just stop it once and for
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.
“What's wrong with the world, mama, People livin' like they ain't got no mamas” This verse illustrates how this generation of people that act off of impulse as if they have no home training or morals being reckless in the decisions that have lasting consequences that not only affect the individual but others as well. Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism, But we still got terrorists here livin' In the USA, the big CIA The Bloods and The Crips and the KKK. This verse talks about all the violence that happens overseas like the feud with Iraq but more so the feuds that we have on the day to day basis: Gang violence, senseless killings over drugs and crimes the actual harm that we cause to each other. But if you only have love for your own race then you only leave space to discriminate and to discriminate only generates hate and when you hate then you're bound to get irate, yeah Madness is what you demonstrate. In this verse it talks about the tolerance and open- minded; we must have for everyone and not just our own race because to do so only leads to prejudice discrimination.
On the other hand, the loss of Muslims, Jews and other non-Christians throughout Europe and the Middle East was devastating (History.com staff 2010). There is no exact number, but death toll estimates range from two to six million. Provided that this is true, the justification for the Crusades themselves is open for debate since it was a clear act of human rights violation, given that a massacre targeted only people of a certain religion. In theory, the Crusaders believed they were being authorized by God himself through holy leaders like the Pope and that war was completely unavoidable (Khan Academy, 2018). They claimed their motivation was Christian love, not anger or hatred, and that their main goal was to help liberate the oppressed Christians that supposedly were being injured by their
I am writing to you today on the behalf of my 8th grade literacy class, because I would like to tell you want my views are on refugees from middle east countries. I personally feel that we should let these refugees into the United States of America. This is because they are innocent people caught in the middle of a civil war. However, people are still making untrue claims and assumptions against these people just because they were born in the middle east. Some statement you might hear is that since these people are Muslim they are terrorist, but in their religion, Islam they practice peace and helping others.
The struggle for religious tolerance played a key role in the evolution of human rights.” The quest for freedom of thought, conscience and belief remains unresolved in various parts of the world due to intersection of human rights and religion. It is seen in the novel ‘Kite Runner’ when Hassan and his family lived in the huge villa, many eyebrows were raised as people could not believe that a Hazara could live in such a massive house. Later, Taliban officials interrogated and accused him of lying, At last, this lead to the death of the innocent Hassan as Taliban shot him down. Only a religious difference lead to the killing of an unimpeachable human and snatched away one of the most basic right of residing in the house you
Giving detailed examples and unique points is something that I consider a strength of mine. In my paper “Reel Bad Arabs Reflection,” I wrote a paragraph describing how these horrible stereotypes derive from the news. I mentioned how the media had immediately assumed it was Muslim or Middle Eastern terrorists who had been the cause of the bombing in Oklahoma City; even though they couldn’t have been farther away from the truth. Additionally, I mentioned how Palestinians are often depicted as terrorists. To make my point clear, I stated, “If the United States had supported Palestine instead of Israel, you would never find the stereotypes in our films.” Furthermore, the organization of my papers is another one of my strengths.
In a research conducted by L. John Martin (1985), results showed that "terrorism" was used by the media in describing horrific incidents caused by Arabs. Yet, when representing similar events by individuals who are not Arabs, the media was careful to appear equitable and unbiased. Oklahoma City bombing is a perfect example to further support this claim, “the blast was set off by anti-government militant Timothy McVeigh”, the media were careful not to call him a terrorist and put the blame on one man rather than blaming an entire religion for his actions. The media lead Americans to blame 911 on Muslims although our religion clearly opposes terrorism. “Those who go to extremes are doomed”.
In an interview, he states, “Last I heard, we had a Constitution in this country which gave all of our people the right of religious freedom…” (“Sanders: Turning Our Backs on Refugees Destroys the Idea of America”). He believes that turning our back on the Muslim refugees who are trying to escape violence and persecution destroys the idea of America. Our country is supposed to be a welcoming place and to stand for equality for all, but denying the right of people trying to live a better life undermines America as a
The enforced observance of God in the Pledge of Allegiance is an enforcement of religion and to reenact an appeal of what is to be considered truthful. There is a tendency through some Americans stating how they have the right to freedom of religion, which is true, but they tend to forget that there are other people in this world than justness of a world of one god. The first amendment is “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech. . .” Which explicitly states that Congress is not allowed to do something mandatory, that is, towards the statement of any religion or none of.