When one thinks of religious extremism, the Middle East usually comes to mind. When one thinks of the Middle East, Arabs usually come to mind. Israelis are viewed as the victims of religious extremism, but at times, they are responsible for these attacks as well. The more these attacks occur, the more that the Jewish religion is given a bad name. Suddenly, walking around with a yarmulke may exude the same sense of alarm as walking around with a turban. Media coverage of Arabs and Jews varies completely, and it will take a long time before Jews are seen in the same light (if ever), but most young people feel that the safest thing to do is to not display their religion at all, for fear of association with extremism. Not all Muslims and Arabs believe in the same radical views as organizations such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda, and not all Jews believe in the same radical views as the Jewish extremists. Unfortunately, they will be stereotyped by association, and in order to avoid that, they try to remain as secular as possible.