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The most common questions and concerns I get about what I'm doing when I meet people in my daily life are things like: "I hear you're dating a muslim or I should avoid Muslims in general", "What's your religion? Are you a practicing muslim?" "What's your relationship status? Are you married?" or "Do you have children?". The last two are quite common, and I'm not surprised that they are. If you've never even met a muslim, it may sound strange to even ask them to describe themselves, but just because they're muslim does not mean that they aren't people in their own right. If they don't respond to your questions and concerns like any other human being, you are probably a bad person.
Here are the six most common ways I've seen people describe themselves: "The muslim who speaks Arabic/farsi/jawhar is the most intelligent", "A muslim from my country is the most beautiful", "If we didn't speak different languages I'd have a hard time understanding what they were saying" or "I'm pretty sure he's a womanizer". These are very common answers for the wrong reasons. Let's look at the facts: Most of us have never been to a muslim country, and even when we have, we've rarely been exposed to the culture and lifestyle. There's a big difference between what most of us in America and Europe think muslims do, and what many muslims actually do.
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