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    The Discrimination and Mistreatment of Arab Muslims In his article supporting the profiling of Arab Muslims in War on Terror, Duke’s arguments is convincing in its use of emotional and logical appeal; however, the use of fallacious (Either-or) scare tactics discredits his point of view. Duke expresses strongly that he does support the profiling of Arab Muslims and he uses many different techniques to persuade his readers. Some of those techniques are obvious, yet others are subconsciously done. The writer does make much effort to persuade reader by presenting an either-or option. That profiling may be bad, but if it is done in the correct manor it can be quiet helpful. For example Duke goes on by justify in the following excerpt “Good profiling…

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    Arab/Muslim Patients

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    1. Understanding how the families and communities function. (10 points) For myself to understand and appreciate my Arab/Muslim patients, it is going to be crucial for me to learn about their individual religious beliefs, customs and if my patient has any particular traditions that they may be practicing. As I am unfamiliar with what Christianity means to them, as well as not knowing what the characteristics of their Islamic faith entails. When it comes to family, they spend a great deal of…

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    article proposes an argument settling puzzling reality concerning the representation of Arab/Muslim Americans during the past decade. On the one hand, the number of hate crimes, negative portrayals, racist political rhetoric and discrimination against Muslims and Arabs have risen exponentially. On the other hand, many media outlets including T.V. networks, movies production companies and newspapers attempted to portray Muslims as victims and patriotic. The article argues that such amicable…

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    society. Throughout history the American people have been terrorized in various occasions. As a consequence, our nation has lost its trust and the people have become insensitive to other nations problems. Likewise, hatred against people that are different from the common American citizen has risen especially after 911. A common example of a racial group that has been discriminated against for decades, due to terrorist with the same racial background whom have attempted many attacks against the…

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    in the integration and everyday life experiences of migrants, the events of September 11th have made the assimilation process nearly impossible for countless immigrants of a non-white ethnicity, especially individuals of an Arab or Muslim background, primarily due to the racists bigotry and stereotypes which derive from immigration enforcement practices post 9/11. Furthermore, “while race is widely perceived to lack an empirical basis, it persists as a salient feature of individual, as well as…

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    One such revelation was that Muhammad, and his followers, were given permission to fight and shed blood in order to spread Islam. Muhammad became very well recognized in Medina. When the leaders found themselves in the midst of a terrible civil war Muhammad, being so well known for his wisdom, was asked to mediate the situation. Medina was the first Muslim community that Muhammad established. With Muhammad’s power growing in Medina the Meccans felt threatened. There were many small…

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    peacefully; he showed the non-Muslims the characteristics of a believer, he was patient with the converts and was responsible. A profusion of people thinks that Prophet Muhammad (S) spread Islam violently because he was racist, and commanding his followers to do a bunch of stuff. Faith is interlinked with with the individual’s conviction. Therefore Allah says (( Let then him, who he wills, believe in it, and let who wills reject it.)) (Quran 18:29) This verse has proved that a human has given…

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    The Spread Of Islam

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    begin with, the central figure of Islam is Muhammad, who is the founder of Islam and claimed to be the last prophet of God by the Muslim belief. Muhammed shared his teachings, also described in the Qu’ran - the Islamic sacred book, believed to be the word of God as dictated to Muhammad in Arabic. His teachings as well as the Qu’ran itself served as the moral guidelines for Muslims and appealed to many Arabs and non-Muslims…

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    family and Muslim Community she’s very worried about all the mayhem that will be caused by this. She doesn’t want Muslims to have this burden of being held accountable for the attack and wants Americans to understand that violence isn’t Islam. The real jihad (struggle to please god) isn’t the Muslims, it’s the Americans struggling though the hard times, and it’s the Americans trying to blame others for their own concerns. In this essay, Yaqub uses several modes to help get her purpose across.…

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    United States are view as dominating-leaders. In Middle East, this is view as discontent among women with the extent of state. Muslim men view this as disobeying and interferences in personal relationships or with the disparity between their own status and that of being loyal and their position. How an individual display their loyalty to another group is a personal preference but once their opinion is force upon another group, according to Race & Ethnic Group Stratification (n.d.) is a form of”…

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