I will pay for the following article History Acceptance of Muslims in the World. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
The Koran discusses government and justice, and it gives specific instructions to the faithful as to what they should do concerning ruling with consultation, meaning consulting the various social levels within Muslim society, and especially concerning despotism, for which the response should be one of revolution against the despot as despotism is contrary to the laws of Islam.Under European influences, the Middle East adopted a mixture of political ideologies based on their experiences with the French, Germans, and British5.
After World War II, when the Middle East was experienced Soviet Communism, it again adopted a non-Muslim model of Communist government6. It was a government that encompassed a mixture of Nazi, Fascism and Soviet Communism as reflected by the governments of Syria and Iraq and led by what emerged as the Baath Party. All of these political ideologies are in stark opposition with the teachings, and the practice in governing, of the Prophet Mohammad.Given the Middle East’s European experience and the tradition of government adopted from the Europeans, some light is shed on the anger that Muslims have towards the West.
That anger, however, is a powerful tool in the hands of Islamic fundamentalists whose own agenda it is to return the Middle East to a pre-European ancient interpretation of Islamic law.Since September 11, 2001, when terrorists were successful in destroying New York City’s World Trade Center towers, and, since then, subsequent acts of terrorism in Spain and England, the world community has been forced to examine its relationship with the Muslim world, and especially the Muslim communities that exist in countries outside of the Middle East.
In so doing, European nations have had to face the fact that immigration programs, which allowed large numbers of Muslims to immigrate from the Middle East to European countries post World War II, were poorly .planned, implemented and lacked review and oversight to determine whether or not those people being received from the Middle East under the programs had achieved successful assimilation into the European societies into which they had immigrated.