Racism In The Middle East

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Racism is a major concept and conflict in the world’s society, and has been for many years and will continue to be until people come together in peace and decide to fix the problem. Racism is a thought in people’s minds that because of one’s skin color, language, religion, and/or customs they do not deserve the same respect from people that others around the world do. This topic brings a lot of tension, stress, riots, and rage in the world when it is brought up. This topic brings corruption to our government and people do not feel safe in the world. Racism has been going on all over the world for many years, it did not just begin in this decade. There are three main points I really want to focus on in my paper and these are the following: …show more content…
Since the terrorist attack in September 2001 in America many people that look middle eastern have been beaten and persecuted. Racism in the Middle East is deeper than just race it is focused on the depth of economic and political past around the world that have led up to these times. Most foreign people in the Middle East have low in come jobs and are not given the same rights as Middle Eastern’s. Since 2011 the International Convention on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has worked and strived to stop racism. Some countries in the middle east have started to treat each other equally, but in some countries racism has become …show more content…
Our nation is getting torn apart because people do not understand peace and kindness. It only takes a handful of people to be kind to others and then before long the kindness will spread and there will be more peace on earth. Based on biblical history we are all one race and one blood. This was seen is Acts 17:26 in the bible. God made everyone in his image so therefore we are all made in the same image even though we have different skin tones, languages, or religions. God did not place us on this earth to judge one another he placed us on this earth to love one another and love one another how he loves us. So next time you feel like you want to judge someone think before you speak or make a hurtful action upon somebody because how would you feel if somebody treated you that

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