Racial and Religious Profiling in the United States: Is it necessary?


Take a minute to reflect on one man’s experience with being profiled because of his religious belief and wearing a symbol of his beliefs.  But, is it really just one man’s experience? Or are there dozens or perhaps thousands who experience similar profiling?  And whether it is one man or thousands, should we not reflect on this situation?             Is it morally right to continuously suspect dark skinned folks, who may also wear religious symbols of their faith, and often times speak another language?                                           I get that because of 9/11 the  United States has taken many measures to ensure our safety, but, with all the technology at our disposal, can we stop humiliating so many folks.  By the way, why can’t we learn from how Israel deals with identifying potential terrorist? They have a wonderful success rate! 



Posted on November 29, 2013, in discrimination, religious profiling and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Racial and Religious Profiling in the United States: Is it necessary?.

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