Peaceful coexistence towards an approach to reject hate and its discourse
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2022, Volume 11, Issue issue 40 part 1, Pages 464-481
AbstractBetween respect for diversity, pluralism, difference and human understanding of the other, partner in the homeland, differing in belief, or other in nationalism, hate speech incites a state of rejection, exclusion and marginalization towards the other, by perpetuating discrimination and undermining basic rights - such as justice, equality and freedom of thought - and incitement to violence and extremism And in a way that leads to the withdrawal of the other from public life and the cessation of playing a positive role and replacing it with a negative role, causing more rifts and schisms, civil wars, separatist calls, and eroding political stability.
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