Demons' Markets: Arabs, Muslims, and the United States
Alkadry, Mohamad G., Competition Forum
This article presents some manifestations of Anti-Arab and Anti-Muslim sentiments in the U.S. including the DP World attempt to assume management of six major U.S. Ports in 2006, the National Security Agency domestic spying unveiled in late 2005, the Abu-Ghraib Torture scandals, pre and post September 11 actions by Justice officials. Evidence of negative portrayal of Arabs and Muslims include Hollywood, popular audio, visual and print media outlets, and statements by key politicians and religious leaders. As a result, it has become less possible to view Arabs and Muslims as victims.
Keywords: Anti-Arab, Islamophobia, Human Rights, Abu-Ghraib, Civil …
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Publication information: Article title: Demons' Markets: Arabs, Muslims, and the United States. Contributors: Alkadry, Mohamad G. - Author. Journal title: Competition Forum. Volume: 4. Issue: 1 Publication date: January 1, 2006. Page number: 267+. © American Society for Competitiveness 2006. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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