All-American Muslim is an American reality television series that aired on TLC. The program followed the daily lives of five Lebanese-American Shia Muslim families in Dearborn, Michigan, the largest Muslim community in the United States. All-American Muslim premiered on November 13, TLC canceled All -American. May 1, Other people? Well I did a quick survey and found four of the most typical Muslim phobias: If you're in a predominantly Muslim neighbourhood, dress up as a dog for Halloween to hear some hilarious screams. Not that you would get candy from Turkish folks tend to use this freaky amulet to ward off evil. May 2, Sex is taboo subject for most Muslims. However, a growing number of young Muslim women are talking about what they really want when in the bedroom. I see this pattern often repeated of Muslim women leading their male counterparts in the discussion about sexuality and intimacy.
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