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ordoesitexplode.com - This photograph hardly needs a caption. But it captures an interesting culture clash, and the UAE Minister being interviewed certainly finds himself caught between two worlds.

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I guess she could have stopped him only for $19.99 if she was wearing this t-shirt


UPDATE: According to wael: bekoon 7mar etha ma bet-6ala3

[tags] UAE, minister, interview, stairing, boobs [/tags]

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  1. You do really use the tag "boobs"? I am amazed at the diversity of your blog.

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  2. Well, I can't see why not use boobs as a tag? especially when the boobs is what the post about not to mention that it's a fact that the minister was staring at the girl boobs, so it's all about the boobs.

    anyway, I think the diversity is in my thoughts which reflected on my blog.

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  3. dude u said "boobs" more times in the comment that in the post !!

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  4. al,
    just to stress on the fact that boobs exists in real life and it's not taboo to mention them at the same time of discussing religious or political issues.

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  5. My sympathies are with the minister. What guy, with cleavage in his face, is going to resist the urge to look? I doubt that even the Pope or the Dalai Lama could resist a quick peek.

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  6. hehehehe
    culture shock... too much to handle????
    Good one...

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  7. look at the guys expression n gestures...its like he's saying...what can i possibly doo?!!
    im always wondering how people like "HER" feel....

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  8. now i just know how our disission comes !

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  9. I thought muslims were not allowed to look at such things :P

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