Are We Looking At The Same Moon Essay

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Are we looking at the same moon? No

In the process of life we are born, we grow, we reproduce and we die. On this planet,

humanity is the same. We can be in different colors, with different cultures, values,

customs, religion and government. Now the way we are, and the way we see the moon,

depends on the environment and the place where we grow. We all see things in

different ways. Some people see things the same way and they tend to group together.

We can see how this group of people think when they praise words that important

people said or when they vote in a country. Media can change the way we see things.

We can notice that on the newspapers, T.V channels or the news. If the channel or the

newspaper have ideas that go
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This acts have been transforming the society.

Now people has fear, uncertainty and anger, they are looking to a different moon.

Middle East, a government influenced by religion, two groups of people the Sunni

and Shia. Split soon after the death of the prophet Muhammad over who should lead

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the Muslim Community. They have co-existed for centuries and share many

fundamental beliefs and practices. Shia claim the right to Ali, the son-in-law of the

prophet Muhammad, and his descendants to lead the Islamic Community. Sunni

venerate all the prophets mention in the Koran, but particularly the prophet Muhammad

as the final prophet. From Lebanon to Syria to Iraq and Pakistan, many recent conflicts

have emphasized the sectarian divide, tearing communities apart. In countries that have

governed by Sunni, Shia tend to make the poorest section of society. They see

themselves as victims of discrimination and oppression. Some extremist Sunni

doctrines have preached hatred to Shia. They do not see the same moon as us.

Finally, USA as one of most democratic and rich countries of the world, acting as a

police on countries of the third world, giving billions of dollars to fight against

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