Argumentative Essay On Islamophobia

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“All Muslims are looking to destroy America and implement Sharia.” From the time I can remember going to school, America as a country has been fighting the Middle Eastern threat, from plane hijacks, to mass shootings, to pipe bombs. The first attack happened on September 11, 2001, and the latest attack happened in the morning of December 11, 2017. During this time, many people have grouped non-violent Muslims with radical, violent Muslims and called for some unbelievable actions to be taken against those who practice Islam, personally, I think this is wrong and amoral. Disliking, mistreating, discriminating or being fearful of someone because of their religion is hypocritical and amoral as a productive member of society. In this essay I will argue that people should not judge others based on their religion and group radicals and non-radicals together, if they took the time to talk to a religious member, educated themselves, fact checked, and corrected incorrect information American society will be on tract to get rid of Islamophobia.
Definition and History
The issue I am focusing on in America is Islamophobia, “intense dislike or fear of Islam, esp. as a political force; hostility or prejudice towards Muslims” (Oxford English Dictionary, 2017). In my lifetime, this fear took root on the morning of September 11, 2001, when the World Trade Center Towers fell due to a plane, hijacked by Islamist extremists, crashed into each (National Commission, 2004). In the
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