The assassination of Osama Bin Laden was just because he was dangerous, a threat, and had too way much power. Osama Bin Laden wanted to create his own and he was willing to do whatever to get what he desired no matter who he had to kill. Do you think Osama Bin Laden should’ve been assassinated . Most people would think yes of course all of the people has hurt and killed over his own desires. Some would say no because it was thought as his religion so why not follow that , but that doesn’t mean you just kill innocent people for absolutely no reason.
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.
In order to conceal their fears, many people try to take unnecessary precautions as a buffer from reality. As stated in the text “Jittery, uncertain, and assuming the worst, many people have answered these questions by forswearing air travel, purchasing gas masks and radiation detectors…” (Goode 1). To this day, many people refuse to get on a plane because they are scared of an unlikely event to occur. Even though security has been massively improved since the events that took place on September 11, the image of the trauma that took place will be forever engraved in the memories of America.
It will take a long time for communities to start mixing in more… Tony Blair addressed Muslims in particular, telling them that they need to sort out the problem within. That was a huge stereotype of the Islamic community.” As Hammasa states, when Muslims feel alienated by western culture, they may turn to extremism. “I feel after everything that 's happened Muslims are being stereotyped negatively. The whole community has been labelled and, whether they are guilty of crime or not, they are getting penalised for it.”
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.
Some Americans prior to 9/11 could struggle with explaining what a terrorist is. Now even older elementary students can tell you what a terrorist is; a word that never had to be used in the same sentence as the United States. The restrictions on who could enter the country have been revamped to be much more strict. Another change is the view on certain racial groups, especially people of Islamic descent. “Anti-Islamic violence in America jumped after the attacks.
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.
People of color who grow up in America believe that their race/culture is not important because they are ashamed of there culture. People of color try to hide who they really are to fit into other races. This relates to me, because I am arabic and not a lot of people like arabs because they think i am a terrorist and i am going to bomb them. Growing up in America as a boy of another race I sometimes feel I like i want to change my race and i feel ashamed that feel that way about my race/culture.
One being the way the media would make the refugees look. The media would make people scared that their states would become Muslim states and would overtake their native population. These were not logical fears. Even if every single refugee was taken in and every single refugee was Muslim, the Islam community would only then be about four to five percent of the population. These fears came also with the communities thinking about terrorism.
If the bomb wasn’t dropped, then most likely there would be no internment camps, except maybe because Americans were scared Japanese people would destroy the American culture. But the American culture is about all the cultures of people from all over the
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.
Islam is a religion, so how do you think it came about. Well because of trade, military conquest, and political order. All of these subjects are why Islam spread so quickly. In document A, the passage was talking about trade. During 570, in the Middle East Islam spread so quickly through trade.