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The word discriminate means to use judgment in making a choice, or distinguish good from bad. It would be fair to say that the majority of people do not like to be discriminated against. When I was recently discriminated against, I felt very powerless and defenseless, and I definitely did not like it. Though it is possible for anyone to discriminate against anyone else, it really makes a difference when the one to discriminate holds power over the other. My personal experience was not as much tragic as it was humiliating. It took place when I arrived in New Orleans, Louisiana to visit my uncle over the holidays. I had only landed 20 minutes earlier when it came time to go through the American customs. As an Arab, traveling nowadays can be very nerve wrecking. I knew that I would encounter some difficulties going through customs; so in a way I was expecting it, but it still was my first time traveling since September 11. Furthermore, as if to make it a little worse, it states on my Canadian passport that I was born in Saudi Arabia. This made me feel very vulnerable in an airport; I would be an obvious target for questioning. On my flight, there were also three
Muslim women traveling together. I knew they were
Muslim because they were all veiled;I remember assuming that they would be singled out along with myself by the airport authority.

The plane landed and all the passengers, including myself, got off the plane and made our way into the airport. We then proceeded to the baggage claim area for our flight, and when I had all my belongings I got in line to go through U.S. customs. Anticipating the almost inevitable, I was anxious to see what would actually happen. When it came time for me to submit my passport and have it stamped it took less than a minute before I found myself in…...

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