Malcolm X: Racism And Discrimination

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At the first time when I read about the Malcolm X, it recall me on some of the Sahabat of Prophet Muhammad that had made so many sacrifices in order to spread the truth of Islam. Malcolm X has been neglected because of the skin colour. Nowadays, being racist is such unacceptable thing to do regardless the religion. If we take this matter from the moral perspective, racist is injustice act and this will lead to violation of human rights. Racist also might lead the extremist to be more aggressive and the safety of the country is somehow has been unsafe. Therefore, starting on today, we should respect each other, understand others’ beliefs and spread the Islam not by force or not based on the skin color.
Besides, in his journey, Malcolm X always
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This is such a very huge challenge because the words, lessons that he had spread probably do not aligned with what had been seen by him. This situation is same with the situation nowadays. For example, the teacher had fully trusted his smartest student not to cheat in the examination, but somehow, the student is always doing so without the teacher knowing it at beginning. But then, after the student was caught, the teacher might probably feel betrayed and humiliated by the actions. This is what happened among the Muslim. The trust given is being fooled and played by the other parties. This is immoral actions that we should take precautions and not take it for granted. Whenever a person is being trusted to complete the task, he or she should not take it for granted, despite, appreciate that we have been entrusted to finish and done …show more content…
Like Malcolm X, whenever he has been an orphan at the young age, but he never stop to learn and study. Instead of crying and be depressed with his lost, he continued to study. But, as a human being, he is also easily influenced by what others said about him. Because he think too much on what had been said by his teacher, he drop out the school and started to do some dirty business. Well, in this situation, it teaches me that even a legend person like Malcolm X are once easily distorted by the words of the people around him. Compared to whom we are now, as Muslim that has little knowledge about Islam, we are also easily distorted by words that others said. Therefore, we should gain more knowledge and used it when people started to put us down. Besides, from this Malcolm X situation, it teaches me that, a human should not let his or her life been ruled by others. It means here, nobody shall affects our passion, interest in doing something. we are responsible to ourselves and if we are too fragile that we are easily being distorted by others, move to the other places so that we can find the strengths and truths in

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