Many citizens who walk the streets of America did not care for much before 9/11. After the incident, almost everyone saw all Muslims that wore burqas(veils) as terrorists. Most Americans thought these group of people could be plotting against the nation. These muslims could have been someone’s neighbor or bestfriend, but would lose that neighbor or friend because of who they were, muslims. Verbal attacks did not only affect Muslims, but other cultures too. People do not realize how ignorant and inconsiderate they are when they discriminate. People in American politics are discussing on the issue that, ”we are in a battle with muslims.” We, as Americans must think about the others’ rights and amendments that are bound to them as a citizen. Laws have been enforced and a new act has been set on play. Was that discrimination an act of being American or racist?
America had many incidents before about discriminating other races, but it has grown exponentially. Many efforts from the US Government were quickly established because of 9/11....
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