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For peaceful coexistence

Aug 06,2018 - Last updated at Aug 06,2018

 

 

Many people are suffering on account of their identity. It is crystal clear that many people who are moving to other countries for work or study will face many problems simply because they came from different backgrounds, such as ethnicity, religion or colour.

In order to create a healthy environment that ensures diversity in a country, we should accept others regardless of their religion or colour. Be that as it may presenting a good image of your country will pave the way towards achieving acceptance and coexistence.

In conclusion, we shall take it for granted that in order to live in harmony and enjoy peaceful coexistence we should not label people on the basis of their identity, religion or race.

 

Isa Al Jundi

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EXCELLENT ARTICLE WHICH SHOULD BE THE BASIS OF HUMANITY BUT IT IS NOT. IN MY OWN COUNTRY, WE BUILD WALLS, CAGES AND LABEL CITIZENS AS THE AXIS OF S-HOLES. IN ENGLAND, WE ARE ON BRIEXIT, WE HAVE COUNTRIES THAT ARE NAMED FOR ONLY THOSE WHO WORSHIP TOGETHER, IN JORDAN, IF YOU ARE A WOMAN AND MARRY A NON JORDANIAN MAN, YOU ARE NO LONGER CONSIDERED AS A JORDANIAN FOR THE SAKE OF MAINTAINING HOMOGENEITY OF THE TRUE JORDANIANS AND SO ON. IT IS THEREFORE FAIR TO SAY THAT THE CURRENT AND NEW WORLD ORDER IS BEING CREATED WITH " NIMBY " MENTALITY. HAVE YOU SEEN ANY WHERE IN THE WEST THAT WHERE ISLAM IS MENTIONED AS A RELIGION LIKE OTHERS WITH OUT LINKING IT TO ISLAMOPHOBIC NONSENCE. WE BAN PEOPLE BASED ON RELIGION, FAITH, COLOR, GENDER AND WHAT EVER WE CAN FIND. ISA AL JUNDI HAS DELIVERD A SERMON TO ALL THAT RACISM AND ALL FORMS OF REJECTING ANY ONE BASED ON PROJECTED PHOBIA IS WRONG AND HARAM.

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