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Maybe its a good thing that Islamic Muslim girls are in beauty contests. Maybe?

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Submitted by Benny zee (United States), May 17, 2010 at 13:32

I hope they have "Body Guards" for those nice bodies. Isn't it against Shariah law to "expose" a female. I admit that we in the free world are a bit overboard in that area, but freedom also allows us to be stupid too. But a world with all kinds of Beauty Contests is better than blowing up Trade centers!!! What a dysfunctional world we live in. Watching the news on TV is like hearing a euolgy!

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