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"There are only two kinds of Muslims: those who don't hate the West, and those who do. You are in the former category. We want to get along with you, because we understand your plight. We see no difference between you and our brothers and sisters in Europe. But if you continue on this path, it will be your destruction, and we will take care of your children." I am an American who has lived in France and Germany for several years now. I can honestly say that this comment does not represent most of the muslims who live in the world's two biggest western powers. This is a comment that is mostly made by the people who don't see anything wrong with being "westernized". This is how they describe what being muslim actually is: "If you were in Saudi Arabia or Kuwait, you'd know the culture is uae girls pretty much like what you'd have in Europe. You have to learn the language, dress the same way and behave like what you would have at home. So, don't say that being a muslim is the same as being a Christian. This is because the culture is different. They have vivastreet pakistani their own religion and it's not the same." As for the "westing" culture that "westernize" muslims see as a cultural or religious advantage, I'm not sure I would even call it that. It's more that "westernize" is an insult, and muslims are very clear about who they are, where they came from, and what the difference is between them and us. In the beginning, this meant trying to live up to the European values of the time, or at least the values of the European countries that muslims had a connection with (and which are still relevant today). But over time, muslims have come to see westernization as a benefit and a necessity. They have had their own cultural traditions, but they don't see this as a problem. In fact, muslims in the West, as in the Middle East and North Africa, are trying to make sure their traditions are not ignored. I know the westing criticism is very unfair, but I don't believe muslims are all that "western" - more like a mixture of Hinduism, Christianity, and a little bit of Islam. I think the westing criticism has its merits, but that is not what makes this post about me, it's the muslims of the world that are here.

The most important thing to remember is that while many of the muslims here are of different races, the fact is that we all have our own identity, even if we're from the same country. I have two little sisters and I'm very proud of them. My oldest is a white, European-Indian girl and the youngest is a black girl. I also had some black and brown friends in my class. The only two black girls in the class were my roommates, so I was always kind of curious what it's like to be different from everyone else, so I took the class in the first place. I've been able to grow up in a fairly open minded country and I was very fortunate to have good friends who were open to me and my own cultural identity.