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I'm a Pakistani-American Muslim woman in my 30s who has never been married. I am a professional woman who has been in the business of business for nearly twenty years. I've been a writer, and I've been an entrepreneur for a good number of years. I also have a beautiful adult daughter who is a talented muslims marriage and intelligent student in her mid 20s. She is also a member of the Muslim community. I have three sons and a grandchild.

I was raised in a religious household where I learned to respect my parents, my culture and my religion. My parents were the only family members that I knew to be practicing Muslims. This was our culture before Islam. When we converted to Islam and went sex dating bristol to a Muslim school, it wasn't about following the Koran. Our education was about the Qur'an. We were taught to believe in Allah and Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him). We were also told that this religion would be an extension of the one that we had before. And this is exactly what we did. But then we started going to a school that wasn't affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, and there were some things that bothered us . One of them being the dress code that we had to dress in. I had seen some pictures of girls that wore burqas. I saw vivastreet pakistani this dress code as something that didn't suit muslims. I knew that I was not a woman and therefore, I felt like I was not fitting in. But in that moment, the girl with the burqas didn't look like a Muslim. Her dress seemed to clash with the surroundings. She had a bag hanging out of her hands, and it seemed to be a very conservative and masculine look. I had been to a lot of places and seen the same thing, which is what I should have done in that moment. I didn't want to look like that. So I went home and started wearing a hijab (a full veil that covers all parts of your body except for your eyes, nose, and mouth) and started dating a beautiful woman. In one year, I learned a lot about myself, and I'm so happy that I took that journey. The only people that will find out that I'm really a muslim, are people that are from my area. That way, the person that finds out is not bothered by me wearing hijab. That is a win-win uae girls in my book. This is the best of both worlds for me. I got to find out what it was like to be a young female in America, and to have a beautiful person come and meet me, even if she was from out of town. I will probably never meet another muslim person that way, because it's very common for people from a different country to have similar values as American, but don't realize that they have been raised to indian matrimonial sites in canada think a different way. I love that. I got to meet other muslim women from a whole other part of the world who also didn't realize that they were raised to think differently, and I get to meet another American girl, and it will be a great experience for me. It also helped me in my studies because now I know where I came from. What I learned: I realized that America is very different, but very different from many Muslim countries. I had to get used to talking to people from different countries sweedish men because they didn't really know that they were different. I would like to learn more about all the people I met, and I hope that I can learn from them, too. I also got to understand what makes a great Muslim. I want to understand how they came to be so different from people around them. I realized that there are a lot of similarities between Americans and Muslims. Some people, like me, might think of them as the same. There are also many differences, and I am not going to talk about them. I just wanted to know the differences. Here's my list of the most common muslim issues: 1) Are you a Muslim by blood, or is that just an official opinion? (This one is easy because if you look at some of the "most religious" countries, you'll see that they are a bit more like the United States) It's a big question that I would not mind being asked. But what does it really mean? The Muslims I've met seem like they can answer "I'm a Muslim by blood". I've also talked with a few people from other religions who are also "bloody" by blood. Do they really want to go to war with a Christian country that says that they are not "Muslim"? I don't know, and that's okay. Most Muslims would not go into a war with any Christian country. 2) How do you feel about Muslims killing other Muslims? (I hate this one a lot. If you want to know if a muslim is a "good" or "bad" Muslim, see my answer above. This question just makes it even harder to judge them.) 3) Do you feel that muslims have a right to be in control of their country? (This question is pretty simple. Muslims have been the target of oppression in the last 6 months and a half, and they are the only Muslims that are being oppressed.) 4) If you were living in a Muslim country, how would you feel about it? (I am not sure why the question is asked, but it should be asked.) 5) Do you have any thoughts on the current situation in Europe? (This question should be about how your muslim country would treat you.) 6) If you were in charge of the United States, what would you do? (This is a tricky question because we live in a nation edmonton muslim of laws that we make, so I am going to ask you to answer the following question in the same way.