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Muslims are more vulnerable to discrimination in the United States

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Muslims are more vulnerable to discrimination in the United States Empty Muslims are more vulnerable to discrimination in the United States

Post by rocky Sat 09 Mar 2019, 2:27 am

Muslims are more vulnerable to discrimination in the United States
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A recent poll showed that Muslims are the most discriminating religious groups in the United States.
The survey was conducted by The Hill, a leading news site in collaboration with Harris X, early March.
The survey on the situation of religious groups discriminated against included one thousand and three registered voters.
Eighty-five per cent of the respondents believed that Muslims were more discriminated against in the United States, followed by Jews by 79 per cent.
Sixty-one percent of the respondents said Christians were discriminated against while 55% believed atheists were the most affected.
The results of the poll, which has been the subject of controversy over the statements of MP Elhan Omar on Israel, are important in highlighting religious discrimination in the country.
While the controversy rages on, the Council on American-Islamic Relations recently conducted a poll showing the rise of Islamophobia in the country recently.
On Thursday evening, the US House of Representatives approved for the first time in its history a resolution condemning hatred, anti-Semitism, as well as recognizing intolerance and discrimination against Muslims.
The decision came in the wake of the repercussions of the Democratic MP Muslim Elhan Omar, the statements accused of being anti-Semitic, according to the newspaper "USA Today" America.
However, the decision did not explicitly mention the name "Elhan Omar" in any of its texts.
In previous statements, Elhan criticized the American support for Israel, and pointed to the pressure of lobbies behind this support, especially the American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee, in statements that some in the United States considered "anti-Semitic."
Despite Elhan's apology to American Jews, her remarks, but warned of the importance of not ignoring the activities of Israeli lobbyists in the United States.
But he did not give an apology to Ahlan Omar, who has been subjected to a barrage of anti-Semitic criticism from across the political spectrum, including from her fellow Democrats who said the comment hinted at an old saying that Jews used their money secretly to influence the global agenda.
Criticism has come to the point where Trump and other politicians demand Omar resign.
It is noteworthy that the newly elected House of Representatives in the United States, saw for the first time the membership of two Muslim women, namely, Ilhan Omar of Somali origin, and Rashida Tlaib Palestinian origin.
 

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