ETH 125 Week 5 - Checkpoint

ETH 125 Week 5 - Checkpoint - Characteristics of...

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Characteristics of Orientalism, Prejudice, and Discrimination ETH-125 April 20, 2011
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As it is stated in chapter 11 Muslim and Arab Americans are different groups in the United States but they can intertwine, some Muslims are of Arab ancestry. In truth these people are often mistaken as one another, in the chapter explanation Arabs are an ethnic group and Muslims are a religious group. This means that anyone you pass on the street can actually be Muslim because it is a religious group and is based on the belief in that religion. With these facts just because someone is Arab dose not they are Muslim and the opposite is the same. Arab Americans is simply Arabs and their families that have immigrated to the United States and are considered members of the Arab World. According to the chapter the Arab world is the membership of the League of Arab States. This includes 22 different nations including; North Africa, the Middle East which includes Morocco, Syria, Iraq, Saudi, Arabia, and Somalia. There are also Arabs that immigrate to the United States from
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