Characteristics of Orientalism, Prejudice, and Discrimination

Characteristics of Orientalism, Prejudice, and Discrimination

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Michael Commire Ethics 125 November 27, 2009 Danielle Bethea
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main differences is the fact that Arabs had came from a specific part of the world. This part of the world that they are part of is mainly Northern Africa and the Middle East. The Muslims are from a religion which follows the teachings of the God Allah. They also believe in the teaching of the Islam religion. A lot of people thing that Arabs and Muslim is the same thing. This is not true not all Muslims are Arab as all Arabs are not Muslim. Though there is some areas of the world where the Muslims and the Arabs do overlap. This area is where you can find a mix between an Arab and a Muslim. After September 11th 2001 there were a lot of suspicions people had held there had been many policies that had been made to ensure that the American people are safe no matter what their religion or race happen to be. President Bush had gone in front of the American people to let them know that the faith of Islam is also the faith of
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