Arabic youths in American and European eyes

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Arabic youths in American and European eyes

which roles arabic youths must bear in this globalized world ?we really need to cut with all our traditions and Islamic civilizattion to become a developped countries and societies?

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Arabic youths throughout the world

nowadays , arabic youth witness a very hard problems in the affiliation in this world which became a small village thanks to globalization .this issues of affiliation was created in the beguning of the twenteenth century because of the colonization and than the imperialism which send a false idiological messages aim generally to show arabic people as terrorists and second class citizens .now at least for me as a muslim and arabian i will try to delete this image and show to all peole that we are humain beings ,we love peace we love life we love life .

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Comment by ABED MALHAS on June 5, 2011 at 11:29pm

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Comment by majdoubi haytham on March 27, 2009 at 12:25am
i want to add just one thing,there are no lines or barries between Christianity or Islam or Judaism ,it s too simple .all of them are from God , we need to investigate in all religions and make a conclusion which help us in speading peace and happiness everywhere!!!
Comment by Mahmood Sairally on March 26, 2009 at 11:54am
I know Judaism is the oldest among the three monotheic religions. Moses (pbuh) foresee rhe coming of Jesus (Isaa) (pbuh) to upgrade the religious belief the people living in the Middle East and lsaa (pbuh) prophesied the coming of Mohammad (pbuh) to bring more emphasis in the belief of God as a Unity and only He must we pray to. It also define the statute of elderly people and women in the society. The elderly are better respected in the Middle East as in the So called Western World.

The youth has to be educated and learn from the elderly but not blindly. I have as an elderly much respect for the younger generation because they are the future, Even then I would say the future is born in the past.

Big hug, Love and Peace.
Comment by erika on March 26, 2009 at 11:22am
I wonder a bit about this east-west "border",
and also where is the line from Judaism to Christianity, and to Islam?
Because, as Mahmood says, they are born in sort-of "east", what is a bit east for a westener.

I agree (with who?) that Islam is a progressive religious flow, because it has youth (!), and I think that the gap between for example a christian understanding of gender and the muslim equivalent, could bring good fruit .

But the other side of having youth, is less experience. For example Judaism (I will not include Hinduism, even if they qualify) is much older, has gone through more history and also lay the groung for the upcoming of both Ch. and Islam. That brings out the idea in me, just like in families and in smaller religious or non-religious societies, that the elders should gain some respect.
Comment by G Alexander McDonell on March 25, 2009 at 3:09pm
No softsword i am talking physical warfare that stops the enemy from attacking by removing their weapons, but does not directly hurt the enemy. Have a look at some aikido to get the basic idea.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RiJiaMiuKpQ&feature=related

Aikido developed the idea for individual self defense. It is time we show that countries can also defend themselves peacefully. Some of the ideas we need have been developed through for example che guevara's guerilla warfare techniques. But i am sure we can take it a lot further.

The arabic nations are fighting with determination and that is a good thing. But they are greatly lacking in good strategy and appropriate skills.
Comment by Mahmood Sairally on March 25, 2009 at 12:21pm
There is not only one religion in the Middle East but the three monotheic religions. All three took birth there. We have to grasp this. The West came centuries later. When the three World Religions will find a "moyen d'entente", there will be a dialogue at the same level and Peace will emerge. It is a pity that the troubles come to disruption when those coming from other shores mix in.
Comment by G Alexander McDonell on March 25, 2009 at 10:09am
It is understandable the the arab nations want to fight for their rights - it is an honourable and good thing.

BUT THERE ARE BETTER WAYS TO FIGHT - ways that are effective, peaceful, and honourable.

It is for this reason that i started the "warriors for peace" groups - it is time that we learnt to fight peacefully!
Comment by ashok kumar on March 21, 2009 at 5:48pm
thanks erika ! How are u ?
Comment by susan chandel on March 18, 2009 at 6:16am
These are exciting times and I am glad that you guys are very positive and up beat. I think that will carry you so very far no matter where you go or what you do. I have to say some of the old ways and values are well worth keeping and important. I am feeling very old suddenly... all of those movements that flashed before my eyes happened in my lifetime and some arent totally finished. I was an active voice in them all. YIKES! I wasnt trying to go all parlament on you, just showing my age. Be well and keep up the good work.
 

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