I would say letter D
also if this question helps you can i please get brainilist
There are people who sincerely view themselves as Muslims who have committed horrible acts in the name of Islam. These people, and their interpretation of Islam, is rightly called “extremist;” they are a minority within Islam and the vast majority of Muslims reject their violence and consider their interpretation a distortion of the Muslim faith. Extremism is not unique to Islam.
the term ‘Caliphate’ has become more familiar over the last 2-3 years due to the rise and now decline of Daesh/Islamic State (IS). However, a global Caliphate has been the acknowledged aim of a number of other Muslim activist and terrorist groups for the last 15-20 years. Indeed, the desire for a Caliphate has been an aspiration for some Muslims going right back into history.
We can eliminate the sterotypes that people have towards muslim people through educating them about the true characteristics of the muslim people, by making documentaries, articles, and books.
The law against discrimination because of religion or belief does not cover purely political beliefs unless they are also philosophical beliefs.
You are protected if someone discriminates against you because they think you are a certain religion, when you are not. For example, it's against the law for someone to discriminate against you for wearing a headscarf because they think you are a Muslim, even if you are not actually Muslim.
Hope this helpsss..
Technically it depends on YOU on how to eliminate different kinds of stereotypes towards our fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.
Because we are the only ones who make those stereotypes, so we can also answer how we can eliminate the stereotypes towards them.
In my opinion lang po yan...
i hoe it helps welcome so much.
first educate ourself and then educate others, about the importance of respecting others. That they also have human rights and freedom just like us.
The crusaders came from europe at command of the pope to retake the holy land from the muslim crusaders. The jewish people did also help with teh fight but the crusades were led by teh roman catholic church.