eth125 checkpoint characteristics of Orientalism Prejudice and Discrimination

Eth125 checkpoint characteristics of Orientalism Prejudice and Discrimination

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The Muslims and Arabs are not merely synonyms for each other. An Arab is a person who was born in or shares the culture of the people who live in certain nations of the Middle East and Africa, Arabia. Muslims are those people who follow the Islamic religion. Arabs are mainly associated with the Islamic religion. All Arabs are not Muslims and all Muslims are not Arabs. Arabs, in fact, can be Christian, atheists, or even Jewish. And Muslims can be or Asian, African, North American, or European ethnicities. Due to the many Islamic terrorist organizations in the world and their many threats or attacks on the different populations, many people have discriminated against persons who are, or who are believed to be, Arab or Muslim, regardless of what those persons actually believe or practice. In response to the attacks of September 11, 2001, the United States has taken many actions. The government has made it more difficult for Arabs or Muslims to immigrate to the United States or to apply for citizenship or permanent residence classification. It has also
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