"SJW" / Polarization / Bahá'í (Religion) 

As a Bahá'í we learn not to engage in Party Politics, and not to do anything dogmatically, so constantly keep learning. A muslim principle is to obey first, you will learn to understand by doing. As such by trying to abstain from fully identifying with the Social Justice bandwagon who seem to fight for the good of all, I got to see the good of both sides, and I really think we should actively try to depolarize.

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"SJW" / Polarization / Bahá'í (Religion) 

Of course I do agree that we cannot give space to fascism, but the legitimate concern I often hear from the right is that social justice demonizes the common class. I think the right perspective to see this in is the one of progression: where is progress, is a past we come from. This is a necessary platform we should rise up from, not a pest we should try to kill. Nationalism should not be killed by demonizing nationalists, but grown to contain the world.

"SJW" / Polarization / Bahá'í (Religion) 

The same way racism shouldn't be eradicated by calling out racists as bad people. Those people are not bad, they learned to value their own people. Now get into conversations and expand to value all people. It's increasing their own principles and values, not shaming for having values. We should call conservatism to their truest ideals to be good law-abiding citizens in the broadest sense, not critique every step that is taken to understand our world.

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