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Islamophobia

20 Jul

Islamophobia waa erey ashahaado-la-dirirku muran weyn geliyaan. Markii uu Golaha Xidhiidhka Islaamka iyo Maraykanku (CAIR) soo saaray warbixin uu kaga hadlayo Islaam-ka-bacowga Maraykankii jiif iyo joogba u diiday (hoos ka eeg in ka mid ah warbixinta), ayaa Stephen Schwartz oo ka mid ah saaxiibbada kuwa CAIR ku eedaysay cuqdaddaa ka jawaab is yidhi (eeg lingaxa ugu hooseeya). Bal isku eeg labada qoraal.

“Islamophobia refers to unfounded fear of and hostility towards Islam. Such fear and hostility leads to discriminations against Muslims, exclusion of Muslims from mainstream political or social process, stereotyping, the presumption of guilt by association, and finally hate crimes. In twenty-first century America, all of these evils are present and in some quarters tolerated. While America has made major progress in racial harmony, there is still a long road ahead of us to reach our destination when all people are judged on the content of their character and neither on the color of their skin or their faith.

Islamophobia as a term and as a phenomena gained currency in part due to the popular thesis developed by Francis Fukuyama and Samuel Huntington that argued about an impending clash of civilization between Islam and the West. When 9-11 happened, the people already predisposed to viewing Islam with suspicion jumped on this bandwagon and through a multitude of primarily right wing outlets have been successful in creating a climate of extreme prejudice, suspicion and fear against Muslims. This sentiment has also been aided by many pro-Israeli commentators such as Daniel Pipes, Steve Emerson, Judith Miller, and Bernard Lewis among many others”.

Read full article here: http://www.cair.com/Issues/Islamophobia/Islamophobia.aspx

Ka jawaabta laga dhigayo na halkan ka eeg: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/07/berkeley-cair_islamophobia_report_no_there_there.html

 
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Posted by on July 20, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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