support for some authoritarian Arab regimes, and its hostile policies toward Islam, and its own citizens of Arab and Muslim origin. Through these actions, US seems like never intended to promote or sustain development, democracy, or human rights in the Arab World. The anti-Americanism reach the height post 9/11, after US declared the war on terror against Muslim. Thousands of Arabs and Muslims in the US were reported to have been detained or mistreated due to their ethnicity and religion. It is caused by the racist policy that after 9/11 tragedy.
Then he argues the negative news effects and he believes it is negative forwards to the public. In the last part of the article, the author claims his feelings of negative news and we could know he doesn’t want people to see the more and more negative news reported by the media. The author is very angry about the effects of the negative news, he hopes the general public to read his article and realize the harmful influence of the negative news. Generally, the author doesn’t use any strong facts to support his ideas, so I don’t think the author’s words are effective enough to convince readers. The author wants to explain the harmful effects to the general public by using the logical frame to write, readers can find the two logical examples that the author uses in the article.
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
It is no secret that racism is something abominable. It is a word coloured by the actions people executed under its name, such as the holocaust and apartheid. A dangerous word pointing at humanity’s flaws and disfigurement, associated with former mistakes made in history. However, even though the majority of the earth’s population agree that racju8ism has been a negative force in our world’s history, there are still people who hold onto its ideas - every day we hear about it on the news, we read about in articles and we see it happen right before our eyes. We need to discuss the effects racism has on our world, and acknowledge what a current and urgent issue it truly is.
At the same time we have been seeing this right being blatantly misused by the participants in social media. Zakir Naik a spiritual talker recently said that "All Muslims should be a terrorist" this statement has led to the motivation for the terrorists in the Dhaka terror attack. If he keeps on preaching statements like this then the terror attacks may increase and due to these kind of statements given by him, he has been banned from entering the United Kingdom. If the terror attacks increase then a lot of place will get damaged and many innocent lives will be killed. In the course of elections to assemblies and parliaments, the candidates have been canvassing their merits and the demerits of the opponents which enables voters to choose the right candidate.
“Censorship is when a work of art expressing an idea which does not fall under current convention is seized, cut up, withdrawn, impounded, ignored, maligned, or otherwise made inaccessible to its audience.” — Ritu Menon, for Women’s World Organisation for Rights, Literature, and Development Censorship is a global phenomenon. In recent times, there has been repeated news of something getting banned somewhere in the world for reasons that seem unreasonable to many while a necessity to the rest. In India, specially, censorship exists in media industry. Each country and each culture censors the media in one way or the other. Government across the globe have used several religious arguments
Hate speeches is the foremost driver of violent conflicts (CITAD, 2016). It precedes election violence. Research have shown that in most countries where the people and their political class have not been able to curtail the use of hate speeches in campaign and political activities, the end have always been disastrous. This is because most often, those seeking certain political powers have been reckless in the use of language so much so that (knowingly or unknowingly), they denigrate a particular person or a group on the basis of race, colour, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, or other characteristic. This was the case in Kenya and Rwanda (Akubor, 2015) and Cote d’Ivoire.
He even went on to say that the ‘BlackLivesMatters’ movement have instigated the shooting of the police officers in the recent past, while the condition of the Muslims born in America is about to get worse as well. He has been an outright racist and says that he despises people of colour working in the country. He might pass a racist legislation and incite aggression and violence. Women rights Donald Trump’s view on women right is extremely disturbing as well. It he is elected as the president then it would be major concern for many women as his views and opinion when it comes to women are a far cry than what is socially acceptable.
We are brothers and sisters and whatever a group from our society does affects everyone. Islamophobia is a growing threat against all Muslims. Understanding why it is still prevalent and what has caused this fear is imperative in putting an end to it. Most of the negative sentiment towards Muslims stems from the vast media coverage on the violence and terror attacks instigated by Muslim jihadists in the name of Islam . The growing hatred towards Muslims had manifested itself socially and politically.
Hate crimes in Meadowlands (including neighbouring communities) are prejudice-driven by locals, for specific incidents, on foreign nationals for residing in a South African community to which they feel, ‘outsiders’ do not belong/fit. In an area where foreigners are unwelcome and where hate crimes are socially acceptable such biased