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I'm a muslim and a French man, my friend is a Frenchwoman. The reason I brought this up is because I'm a little curious about the relationship between these two cultures. I have a friend who converted a year ago. His name is Mohamed, and I was wondering if you have any information about that.

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I'm in my 20s and I have been to the Middle East for more than three years now. I have met some nice girls there, and have a good relationship with my friends, but there are still people out there who think that I'm too western for them.

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I've never seen a "traditional" arab Muslim with a beard or any kind of "Western" clothes. I think it might be more accurate to say that arabs aren't very "traditional", as the majority of them are not actually born there. They grew up here, and they have lived in this country for a long time. I think that many arab girls in Europe and North America have very little understanding of what it's like to be an Arab. Most of us, in my opinion, don't come from Arab countries; we are, after all, European and American, so most of us probably just look and sound like everyone else.

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