This essay describes generally the media portrays Arabian cultures as unrefined and impolite. While most of the media covers the bad things that happen in the Middle East, they do not target their audience to what real Middle Easterners are…
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What most people think in a school set up when they see an Arabian in a class for the first time they are either alerted, or they show that they do not like him/her. However there are many people that are quite normal and who do not judge based on how one looks, just to be fair what they have seen maybe news about radicals and terrorists. Most terrorist groups reside up in the north of the Arab world and such as Lebanon, or Libya currently. What people miss understand is most of these groups recruit people who are either illiterate or know just verses of the Quran. There is also a general assumption that Middle Easterners do not know English and have a strange accent, well that can be expected to a degree. Of course this perceptions do affect all Arabian nationals, while it may be true that most Indians have an IT degree, this stereotyping can be eroded by pursuing other preferred courses that an individual may desire The media has also stereotyped all Arabians as Muslims. It's true that the most prevalent religion in the Arabian countries is Islam. However, there are also other religions that exist there such as Christianity and Judaism. The media has created a generalized perception in the world at large that the Islamic religion teachings border on fanaticism and religious attacks, as a result Islam has been consistently attacked as a result of breeding jihadists and terrorists that are usually identified with the religion. However, this is far from the truth because Islam does not teach hatred for fellow humanity.
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