What can you say about a muslim egyptian man?
He has good roots and he is part of the largest religion in the world. Just because the rednecks in the "red states" in America have a jaded view of muslims, that doesn't mean that they would the difference between an Arab, Indian, or Egyptian. On the other hand, one's religion and race only sets a bias for cultural background (ie, treatment of women, eating habits, views on family) and does no justice in giving an accurate judgement of the individual beyond the known biases. For example, I am a Muslim that has strong buddhist beliefs, as well as a moderate Republican, and a hatred for our current political leadership. That doesn't tell you what sort of movies or books I like now does it?
'What is the difference between you and I,O White Man?For we both posses two eyes,a nose,mouth,hair and legs and arms.Do we not also have a spirit and life bestowed upon us by God and a mind to differ from right and wrong?What has the skin to do with the soul inside?Are not all the fish of different color,too?Why must all fish be green or yellow and not a variety of delightful colors,wonderful in their own way?'
I can say he's a human being, assuming he's from this planet. And that he also carrys the title "Muslim Egyption Man" by atleast 1 person that thinks about him.. but yeah other than that, he's the same as everyone else, in his own way.
So true, you can't judge people by they're race. There are good Muslim Egyption men and bad ones, just like there are good and bad black, white, asian, spanish, mixed and every other race. Your skin doesn't effect your personality.
Couldn't say it better. "If you cut a white man's arm and a black man's, they both drip of red blood." The same goes for every other race.