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How the Lie That American Muslims Cheered on 9/11 Began

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Registered: Eric D. Gould Esteban F. Terror attacks by Islamic groups are likely to induce a backlash against the Muslim community, and therefore, tend to raise the costs of assimilation for Muslims in the West. Our results show that Muslim immigrants living in states which experienced the sharpest increase in hate crimes also exhibit: i greater chances of marrying within their own ethnic group; ii higher fertility; iii lower female labor force participation; and iv lower English proficiency.

These findings shed light on the increasing use of terror attacks on Western countries, with the concurrent rise in social and political tensions surrounding the assimilation of Muslim immigrants in several European countries. Handle: RePEc:cpr:ceprdp as.

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Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. But despite these poll numbers, every person I communicated with made the same point: Many in Arab world may hate American foreign policy, but they don't hate the American people. Anisa Abeytia, a year-old writer living in the UAE, explained that in her travels across the Middle East, "People I spoke with usually made a distinction between Americans and American policy.

They continued to view Americans favorably and not only wanted to visit America, [but many also] want to move there to pursue the 'American dream. And Barnett, the former flight attendant, explained that in her travels between the Arab world and the United States she came across less Arabs who didn't like the Americans and "more Americans who didn't like Arabs. I have to agree with Barnett.

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In my travels across the Middle East and in my conversations with Arabs, I have yet to hear any single person claim they were angry with the people of America. Every single objection has been grounded in grievances with our government's foreign policy from the Iraq War to drone strikes. But distressingly I have seen vile, hateful comments made by some well-known people in America such as Trump and others demonizing not the policies of Arab governments but the people of the Arab world, especially Muslims. We should also be aware of how the Arab world has suffered and is still suffering so acutely.

And by recognizing that we will go a long way to building bridges between America and the Arab world based on something often missing from such discussions -- our common humanity. US Edition U. News U. HuffPost Personal Video Horoscopes.

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