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1. Who is the most famous female in the world?

This question has been asked and answered many times in the past few years. The most recent is the name of the woman who has been the most talked about and the most admired by the world. This woman is the famous "Muslim girl" in the US, Canada and Europe. A woman who is so famous in the world that she has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize (2015), a nominee of the prestigious New York Times and an Emmy award winner. This woman has been named as "one of the most important women in the world" and "the most important woman in America." It's a feat she has accomplished quite easily. This person has been named "The most beautiful woman german blonde women in the world." The media has made it her life's work and she is constantly on the top of everyone's most wanted list. The media would not even have thought of not publishing a photo of her if she did not already receive the coveted accolade.

The media never gave this woman the credit she deserved. The media simply did not give her the recognition she deserves for her accomplishments, not for the "great" or "amazing" things she has done or accomplished in life, but because she is "a Muslim girl" and that is why she is the most wanted woman in the world. This media only gives attention to Muslims when it suits them. When it's a Muslim girl that they can publish to their media, it is not considered important. When it's a non-Muslim, they are overlooked. It's really simple, and yet the media keeps going back to this image, this "strong woman," this "strong Muslim woman," that is portrayed, not in the news, but in the headlines. It is not only the media that malaysia cupid is not covering this story, but also the rest of society. The only times when we are allowed to discuss this story are when it's about a non-Muslim, as bbwcupid.com login in the following article, published on October 4th, 2016, by The Associated Press: "Muslims, nonbelievers, and even Christians who love their country fight over their country: In Yemen, a rift between the country's different sects grows as dating sites in sacramento the two largest Muslim sects fight for their place in society." As an example of the double standard that exists in the media, in this image, a Muslim man is shown holding his young son in his arms, and another Muslim woman is shown holding the hands of a Christian couple that were both killed by a suicide bomber. What is being overlooked is that the woman who holds the young child is also the mother of the young man, whose head was cut off. As it is not only the media that is not covering this story, but also the rest of society. The only times when we are allowed to discuss this story are when it's about a non-Muslim, as in the following article, published on October 4th, 2016, by The Associated Press: "Muslims, nonbelievers, and even Christians who love their country fight over their country: In Yemen, a rift between the country's different sects grows as the two largest Muslim sects fight for their place in society."

It is also not unusual for Muslims, non-believers, and even Christians to love their country as long as they are in their own country, as evidenced by the following image, published on December 7th, 2015, by The Times of London: "A picture of the two Muslim men and their Christian friends holding hands at a wedding celebration in the UK has caused uproar among the world's Christian community." What is being overlooked is that this picture was taken by a non-Muslim and was published with no questions asked. The photo was accompanied by a statement: "This picture, taken in Morocco, was published on a Christian News website. The original nation of islam charlotte nc photo was taken by a Christian photographer for the Church News and published in the UK." The non-Muslim reporter then adds this: "It is an image of two men embracing in Morocco."

While Muslim-majority countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have policies against homosexuality, Islam allows for sexual relations between consenting adults, regardless of sexual orientation. The Quran (4:3), and Hadith (4:24), support the position of Muslim scholars in prohibiting homosexual relationships. A famous american muslim marriage website Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) quotes the following verse: "A man may lie down with another man for the purpose of sleeping with him, and there will be no blame on him." The Quran and Hadith have been interpreted as prohibiting male homosexual relations.

In recent decades, the Muslim world has slowly begun to embrace progressive attitudes towards LGBT rights. In addition to the Saudi law and the policy of the Gulf states against homosexuality, many Muslim leaders have come out against the practice. The most notable examples are the Saudi monarch King Salman and President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, who announced that Islam "will not permit men to engage in homosexuality," and the emir of Indonesia, Anwar Ibrahim, who announced that "homosexuality is incompatible with the Islamic religion." This week, a number of prominent Muslim scholars issued a statement declaring that it is prohibited to "persecute, insult or humiliate anyone because of their sexual orientation." While these are certainly a good start, it remains to be seen whether the Muslim world will adopt a more progressive stance regarding homosexuality.

A number of scholars also expressed their opinions on what constitutes a asalamalakum response "homosexual" act. While the word homosexual does not appear in the Quran, the Hadith clearly states that a man can have sex with a man. The statement of scholars makes it clear that the act of intercourse between two males is not "homosexual." This is not to say that there is no mention of male homosexuality in the Quran.