How to Stop Islamophobia with a Muslim Culture
Posted February 05, 2019 05:14:19A lot of the people who come to our country are not Muslims, they are Americans, and they are our brothers and sisters.
We are all Americans.
But our country has become a place where we have a lot of people who are intolerant of people of other religions.
A lot of them, I think, are just trying to use their power to make themselves feel good, and we are here to protect those people from the power of hatred.
That is what we are going to do, and it will not be easy.
But the power we have in this country is so great, that it will take a lot to stop it.
I am talking about a cultural background.
When you go to the mall or the library, you can’t see the faces of people from your community.
You can’t talk to them, but they are there.
So the people in your community are not going to have a real relationship with you, and that is where the problem lies.
If you are a Muslim, you are not a person of your community, and you are going through something that you cannot understand, and there is no way to solve it, because you have no experience.
When we have people who don’t have experience, who are not able to understand the situation, we have to step in and help them understand.
I would like to see an education system where you are the person who is responsible for your own life.
If the situation is right, you should make the decision to go out to school.
If there are people who feel isolated, they should go to schools.
It is not that we should not educate people.
It should be that they are going out to go to school and they learn, and then when they are old enough to take responsibility, they will take responsibility for their own life, too.
When people come to this country, they do not speak the language of the other side, so when they go to their community, they can not communicate with each other.
So it is up to us to help them, because if they cannot communicate, then they will not understand each other and we cannot be able to solve the problem.
There is a saying, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
That is not what I want to do.
The problem is, I have come to America from a country that does not have this problem.
We do have a problem with Islamophobia.
There are people in this city, and the media is talking about them, and some people even on the other end of the world.
So I want them to understand that the problem is that I have a Muslim background.
I have my own experiences with Islam, and I am going to help other people to understand it, so they can go to college and get their degrees, and help the next generation.
I want people to get out of their comfort zone, and be able be who they are and have their own lives, so that when the next American is coming here, they cannot be discriminated against because they are Muslim.
They can go out and learn about their culture, and learn what it means to be a Muslim.
This is not a problem where we can just have this conversation.
We have to have this dialogue.
If we can talk about it and talk about how we can solve it and then get on with the business of trying to make America great again, then we are doing the right thing.