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In Lebanon you can be both Christian and Muslim at the same time.

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Submitted by Brian C. Hoff (United States), Jun 9, 2010 at 01:38

In lebanon you have mixed Christian and Muslim family to keep the peace they both honour each other holiday and practive. Islam is not being undermined like you hope she is than non-religious muslim woman who enter than Beauty contested. Us muslim both religious and non-religious are proud and happy about her winning it.

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