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All people are born equal, as Abraham Lincoln said in one of his speeches. In front of God everyone is equal and so it should be in the society where we live. Unfortunately we don’t live in a world devoid of immorality, although most people would claim to be moral. Due to this and the lack of logic of some people, the society shows its defects and some people suffer.
It is said that all men are born equal, but different religions and cultures developed over several centuries give more rights or different rights to a specific gender (usually to males).
Inspired by nature, man has adopted
as supreme goal of being free in this world.
By discovering the fire, adopting
the agriculture, inventing the wheel and many others, the man tried to become
independent in his relation with the environment. At the same time, using these
progresses that man has done, he could know the infinite universe, in which he
can travel not only in each part of this planet, but also in Universe.
Anti-Semitism is a form of
discrimination manifested by a hostile attitude against the Jews, by the simple
fact that they are Hebrew. People who practice this form of racism are called
The term "anti-Semitism"
appeared for the first time in 1879, in an anti-Semitic propaganda brochure of
the German journalist, Wilhelm Marr.
In this world, people around the
world are discriminated by other people, but in my opinion racism is the most
popular and the most aggressive in the same time. Because of that I think that
this type of discrimination is the most dangerous from all of them.
In the beginning of this article we must define
what means xenophobe. This word is composed by two Greek words: xenos =
stranger, foreigner, and phobos = fear; which in free translation will mean
fear of strangers.
Xenophobia is one of the forms of
discrimination consisted of irrational and excessive fear and hate against
everything which is strange (people, places, culture and objects). Racism and
homophobia can be two examples of xenophobe.
When I pronounce or hear the word
woman, inside of me starts to develop an image of finesse and tenderness,
qualities with which these angelic
beings are endowed, or the image of a sweet smile that can ward off the worst
winter, or it can make me feel again the emotion of love. But this attempt to
define the feeling connected with this word (woman) will have as result a long string
of descriptions which can make myself to be lost among the thousands of words …