The Divide The article Shouting Across The Divide contains verity of meanings toward delimitation’s especially for Muslim religion. After listening and reading the radio conversation, it was clear to understand how discriminations has impacted critically to Muslims after 9. 11 terror. The interview tells us the story about the Muslim family Serer and Chloe. Serer and her daughter Chloe were born, and have been grown up in the United States of America. Serer was married with a man from West Bank where has been suffering many conflicts of religions among near countries; Israel and
Palestinian, and is territory of Palestinian now. Serer and her husband spent precious years together. And foamed a family with four daughters In a small town. There local business was successful as well. The family had pretty good relationships with neighbors and school friends. However, everything changed after 9. 11 tragedy. Because of ethnicity, the all member of the whole family had to endure very hard time. Someone broke Surreys car window, and left terrible memo: “leave the U. S. A. “. On the other hands, Chloe who used to be very popular in her class lost all of her rinds because of the terror.
Even a textbook In her class contained the crucial phrase that all of Muslims hate Christians and Americans who are considered as an evil by Muslims so all Muslims kill them. Surreys husband who watched all the pains to his family, began to show deep depression, and wanted to go back to his country. However, Serer refused his offer, and he left alone one day. Eventually, the 9. 11 terror, and vandalism has destroyed all the happiness of the family. Shalom Slander who worked for an advertising company In New York also confessed that here were a lot of deliverance advertisements, and that made him to hate his Job.
As we see the experiences above, there has been lots of delimitation’s about religions and ethnicities in the united States of America. People Just do not perceive those unconscious discriminations really because those do not come up in the news. Some people might say that it is natural that those discriminations and hates existed if another ethnicity attacked, and harmed your own people. However, we cannot conclude that all members of certain group think, and act in a same way because we al human being have different Individual thoughts and behaviors. What have Serer and Chloe done wrong?
They did not commit any faults. They were just the people who practice their religion, and had same ethnicity with people who did the terror. The biased concept misled people in the U. S. A. , and have made the victims like Serer and Chloe. We can hate our enemies, but not our people. Therefore, we must not discriminate someone based on their other conditions; religions, nationalities, ages, so on. We must evaluate someone based on their thoughts and behaviors because those are what represent someone’s Identity. Shouting Across The Delve discriminations especially for Muslim religion.
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