-Laws restricting Islamic symbols in the public sphere are fuelling political distrust and a shared sense of injustice.
-I believe that this article is important for the simple fact that today we still see this discrimination among religion. Now, it is not necessarily said that it is a discrimantory act what is being done to the Mulsims but we can clearly see that it is close to it. The fact that 9/11 happened put the people who are a part of this religion in a tough predicamnet but people still do not see that the actions of one or a few are not of all. A country should not base their laws or try to govern their people based on their religious beliefs because if that were the case where would all the population go that were protestant or catholic? Just an example. Muslims migrate from one place to another and only look to be accepted within the community. Economically it makes sense for Muslims to be accepted for the simple fact that they create new structures for their religion, they work hard, and without offending anyone they live their lives and are a key element of population and economic growth. The fact that other countries are helping Muslims would clearly make them see that they can take their life somewhere else and bring a long with them the potential of new jobs, and more people that can give any country a higher minority rate beneficial to their economy. A good nation will realize that by having ANY race with their beliefs brings in a higher interest of people and also allows for assistance in grants etc. a country will always be diverse and if they look to change how they feel, dress or act only creates a deeper problem. What would happen if they roles were reversed? -MC
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