Because of this, Americans began to live in a state of paranoia. They worried that their homeland might become victim to another terrorist attack. Americans questioned everyone and everything, specifically Muslims. Many people assumed that just because the terrorists in the 9/11 attacks were Muslim, that every Muslim must be a terrorist. Muslims, or anyone slightly perceived to be Muslim, were hated and feared.
In fahrenheit montag’s city is destroyed because of an immense hate the rest of the world has on his country due to the rest of the world starving. In today's world the middle east, they hate us so due some countries like Russia, Austria, Germany, and most other of the Russian/European countries are not so fond of us sparking up terrorist organizations that cause chaos. By malpination, governments can protect their citizens by illuding the
The Crusades were more negative than positive and here are some reasons why. Document 5 states that Christian Kings and their prelates (bishops) left bitter relations between Muslims and their Christian and Jewish subjects. This is important because it shows that because of the Crusades that then and later on their would be a problem between religions because of the Crusades. Document 9 shows that there was a lot of death and destruction because of the Crusades. This is important because it shows that the Crusades were negative because of the fact that cities were ruined and people died.
The migrant crisis which is making headlines all over the world has left Europeans divided on the issue. Some are eager to welcome the growing number of migrants into their countries while others are shying away, afraid of what dangers can be hidden among the migrants. With eight hundred thousand migrants ready to enter Germany, and many more on their way not everyone is ready to accept them with open arms. The fear that ISIS may be infiltrating the migrants by various ways, such as paying for their travel, giving false hope, and plain brainwashing is one reason for the scare. Many Europeans deny or ignore this possibility which can unfortunately lead to a growing number of terrorist attacks through ISIS.
The stress of black activists pushed them to use violence in order to achieve racial equality and to protect themselves from enemies like the KKK and police brutality. The assassination of John F. Kennedy caused the nation to lose hope as this violence rapidly spread throughout the U.S. The violence from the KKK terrified many black and white people, which slowed the approach to racial equality significantly. Nonviolence, MLK’s method of protesting, was also a major factor in the slow approach to racial equality, and many activists did not like this approach. After his death, many activists were convinced that violence was the key to achieving their goals.
Families in the novel are unable to acquire jobs with livable
Racial profiling is mainly used by law enforcement officials as a way to knit out who their criminal suspects could be. Racial profiling is not benefitting anyone and has affected many people. Racial profiling has affected many lives for many years, especially people of color because law enforcement officials have often arrested, interrogated on the wrong person because of Racial Profiling. It is believed that the Racial Profiling is mainly towards the African American and the Muslim religion. Racial profiling became very high and important to do ever since September 9, 2001 because of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
Tensions escalated and the government jumped into action by arresting many people who were believed to be “unpatriotic”. These arrestees were held for long periods of time, denied representation and visitation from friends and family, and beaten and treated inhumanly. The United States was willing to take any precautions necessary to keep communism and communists out of the government and the country. Many Americans grew to hate immigrants because of the Red Scare. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) director J. Edgar Hoover had a major part in seeking out communist activities.
The primary cause of conflict between Christians and Muslims though out history has been culture. Culture influences how people in a population view things. As a result, the media portrays how most of the population view things. For instance, Mala stated that, “Some people are afraid of ghosts, some of spiders or snakes-in those days we were afraid of our fellow human beings”. Therefore, the media is a powerful
In Behind the Backlash: Muslim Americans After 9/11 the author states, “Arabs are caught between Census categories (where they appear as "white") and reality, between ‘us’ and ‘them.’ (Suhay136). Because of 9/11 many Arab/Muslim Americans are placed into another category, resulting in many Arab/Muslims feeling unwanted in their own lands even though they hold US passports. Often times the 9/11 attacks is said to have united the Americans, but many Muslim/Arab Americans who lived in the US for many years were not allowed to share the same grief many Americans did, but instead, many Muslim Americans were looked upon as terrorists
This type of criticism has lead to the discrimination of cultures and races in the United States. With the recent terrorist attacks occurring around the United States, it has only strengthened the stereotype against Muslims. These actions
After 9/11 happened things changed drastically for specifically Muslim people. Anyone who looked similar to a “terrorist” was categorized as a terrorist, which is something that should not be assumed and should not be taken lightly by anyone. Many Muslims were scared for their lives and did not want to partake in their traditional values, such as wearing a headscarf because they did not want to be confronted by anyone. People also chose to change their names because when people would hear the name “Mohammed” people were very quick to judge who you were and would treat you very different. A study shows that in 2001 after 9/11 a record high 481 hate crimes against Muslims happened, and they were ranging from Muslim’s being murdered,
Second, there was a lot of criticism going on. People who lost loved ones was angry at the President, because of his world of terror on the world that caused people to get killed. Also the U.S government was criticized by the newspaper, because Bush administration of bungling its war of terror and squandering global goodwill by invading Iraq. It was ridiculous. The response was just to fight back, but fighting wasn 't going to change anything.