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Running head: ORIENTALISM, PREJUDICE, AND DISCRIMINATION 1 Orientalism, Prejudice, and Discrimination Jamie Jordan ETH/125 March 3, 2011 Kent Keller
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ORIENTALISM, PREJUDICE, AND DISCRIMINATION 2 Orientalism, Prejudice, and Discrimination There are many differences between Muslims and Arabs. Many people assume that they are of the same background, religion, or language but this is not true. A Muslim has the religion of Islam and can have any native tongue from around the world, while Arabs choose whichever language that they want to but they speak the Arabic language and they are their own ethnicity. Another difference between Muslims and Arabs is that Muslims come from many places around the world, mainly in Asia, and Arabs originate from the Middle East, especially from Iraq, Iran, Syria and Saudi Arabia. According to a Middle East report, “The greatest source of discrimination against Arabs and Muslims in the US today is the US government, mostly the Department of Justice and the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). According
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