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Checkpoint Week Five Characteristics of Orientalism, Prejudice, and Discrimination Cultural Diversity Ethics 125 University of Phoenix Mark Watson April 22, 2010 Timothy Albert
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Islam is the second largest religion; it is also one of the world’s fastest growing religions and has a majority population of 50 countries around the globe. A common misconception about Muslims is that they are all Arab. Fewer than 15 percent of Muslims are Arab; One must only understand that Arab describes an ethnicity, Muslim describes those who follow the religion of Islam. Governmental policy changes since 9-1 allows the FBI to investigate anyone without cause, which would lead to profiling that inadvertently targets Muslims and Arabs. This change was aimed at those who recently entered the country, the guidelines appear vague, exposing millions of American Citizens, who were born and raised here to become the subjects of investigation. Post 9-11 government responses have affected prejudice very negatively, for example, the
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course AAIT SCI taught by Professor Pearlman during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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