I like America, but America doesn't like me: The Stories of Arab Muslim Immigrants in the United States
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This paper explores the experiences of Arab Muslim immigrants after their move to the United States. It specifically looks at the extent of the effect of prejudice and discrimination caused by the portrayal of Islam and Arabs in the media and also the attacks of September II th, 200 I. The stories presented in this paper put into written form the stories and thoughts of Arab-Americans regarding these issues. This paper combines those stories with literature on the subjects of immigration, Islam, and the American media to examine the current state of Arab Muslim life in the United States.
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