Sya Taha My Story I am a Muslim of Malay ethnicity, who was born in Singapore, where Malays are an ethnic and religious minority today, and lived there until I was 24 years old. The Malays, of whom 99 percent are Muslim, are the indigenous people of Singapore and the Malay archipelago. The six year-old me observed the fuss and attention they got: Later, I would discover that this female genital cutting, as it happened historically and today, has undergone various changes and yet, many aspects of this ritual remained the same. When I asked my mother again recently, she revealed that she and her seven sisters had all undergone sunat.
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Muslim Women and Hijab Modesty and chastity , very important ideologies with Islam, are achieved by prescribing standards on behavior and the dress of a Muslim. A woman who adheres to the tenements of Islam is required to follow the dress code called Hijab, other synonymes are Veil, Purdah, or just Covering. It is an act of faith and establishes a Muslim's life with honor, respect and dignity. The Hijab is viewed as a liberation for women, in that the covering brings about "an aura of respect" and women are recognized as individuals who are admired for their mind and personality, "not for their beauty or lack of it" and not as sex objects.
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Me personally I have never been overly attracted to Asian girls. Asian Malaysian women I prefer Eastern European girls, but this is my culture. However, most of my friends are. However, Malay girls are something different. They are a mix of ancient people and South Asian and Indian.
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