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Being civic-minded means being interested in what's going on in your community and around the globe. Staying informed also helps you stay civic-minded. In the month of June this year, I went to the Al-Quds rally which made me aware of the circumstances of the Palestinians. I first heard about this issue from news articles and social media. This provoked my interest and sparked me to take a stand. I decided to take action as the more I learned about this issue, the more I realized how their basic human rights were being taken away. I found this issue as not only being a “Muslim” issue but a humanitarian issue which everyone should support. I realized that you don’t have to be a Muslim to support this cause but rather human. I was trying to raise awareness about this issue to inform people not to blindly follow what the media tells us. I was also holding a banner during the protest which effectively communicated my message. My action was significant as many laws have been passed due to the Al-Quds rally which in turn allowed it to get massive attention.
Thinking back to the action, I wish I had given a speech inside of just chanting slogans. Fortunately, this event ta...


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