Applied to the generalisations about Islam, if they don't fit Muslims generally, they are worthless expressions of xenophobia
and the ignorant fear called Islamophobia.
In turn, this demonstrates how the engagement with the performance event can introduce additional insights into public discourses on xenophobia
is a noxious social phenomenon that does not manifest in healthy socioeconomic environments.
stated, often with great emotion, that they experienced racism and discrimination on a daily basis and that there was an overall atmosphere of xenophobia
You are pandering to xenophobia
and hatred in our country
As defined by the dictionary, xenophobia
is: "The fear of, or aversion from, strangers or foreigners.
A two-day conference on tolerance and the fight against racism, xenophobia
and discrimination ended Tuesday with a call for more tolerance and the condemnation of racism and anti-Semitism.
Anti-Jewish incidents ranging from hate mail to arson are catalogued by the European Monitoring Centre on Racism and Xenophobia
(EUMC) in the largest inquiry into the problem in Europe.
Among the evils in any country, there is always going to be xenophobia
somewhere: perhaps there is something animal-like about it--the disquiet of an animal when it picks up a hostile scent.
The World Conference against Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia
and Related Intolerance held by the United Nations in Durban, South Africa, in September 2001 focused international attention and individual awareness on a long and ominous list of forms of discrimination and persecution based on race, ethnicity, class, age, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, disability and gender.
is self-evident in his dislike of immigrants .
The Jesuits now recognize that "a spirit of callous disregard for life shows itself in direct assaults on human life such as abortion and capital punishment, as well as senseless violence, escalating militarism, racism, xenophobia
, and the skewed accumulation of wealth and life-sustaining resources.