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Angela - The Muslim

What I like about this video is her insistence to keep her name because most converters I've seen or read about usually think that they have to change their name into Arabic one and their life style into Arabic life style (Time is nothing)
It's really interesting to see such people and I'd love to see such people helping in changing Middle eastern mentalities, they have the open cultural and the religion
I bit it's easier to let anyone convert from religion to another but not Arab to value time or actually anything heh.

On the other hand this proves that Hijab has nothing to do with the look and feel of girls, Angela looks sexy with and without Hijab, the problem in Arab girls who looks fat and ugly with and without Hijab.






[tags] Angela, muslim [/tags]

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