- The Volga city of Kazan was originally developed by Moslems. The Volaga River
runs southward toward the Caspean Sea of the Middle East. The Moslem civilization
came through this waterway. During the 16th Century, the Russian Czar called
Ivan the Terrible
conqured this city and transformed it into a Christian city. These days, one half
of the city residents are Russian Orthox Christians and the other half are Moslems.
They live in in peace and harmony unlike other other areas of the world.
Click here for my Kazan page.
There are thus many neat-looking and well-educated Moslem ladies in this city.
- Zulia: In Kazan (October
1999), I met a Moslem girl. She wanted to go out with me to have fun
at Kazan's Bauman Street (fun street). It is a sin in her culture
to go out with a man, but she said I am a teacher and she is a
student (not boy and girl).
She invited me to go to a Moslem mosque and pray. My Christian background is very strong, but I do not hesitate to go to mosques to pray in the way Moslems do when invited. You may visit my Kazan page to see how Moslems and Christian live together peacefully.
- A beautiful Moslem family
who came to Kazan's Kul Sharif Mosque
- Moslem students at the lunch cafeteria of Kazan State University. I was warned not to touch them according to their culture.
- Two Moslem sisters in Kazan. They were students studying physics. I met them while attending a conferece at a Volga beach in 2000. They were very happy to be with me, presumabley because they thought I achieved an American dream after going there from Korea.
- Two shop keepers in Kazan. There are many gift shops selling traditional Moslem goodies.
- Zulia: In Kazan (October 1999), I met a Moslem girl. She wanted to go out with me to have fun at Kazan's Bauman Street (fun street). It is a sin in her culture to go out with a man, but she said I am a teacher and she is a student (not boy and girl).
- Two Moslem ladies from Azerbaijan.
They are Moslems and they are not supposed to touch a strange man, but they said
I am not strange to them because I am a professor in the United States. This photo
was produced outside the Kremlin Wall in Moscow (2014). Do you know where
Azerbaijan is? Click here.
- Moslem lady with grandchildren
at the Luxemberg Garden in Paris (July 2002).
- Moslem young lady working at an up-scale Italian restaurant in Vienna, Virgia (2010).
- Medical doctor from Qatar at the breakfast room of the George Washington University Hotel in Washington, DC (2012). A lady from Switzerland joind us in the photo. Very cheerful people.
- Moslem senior citizen on a Heathrow Express train (2013). She appeared to be rich and self-assured.
- with a student from Iraq, at
a shopping center in Copenhagen. She was with her mother, but the
mother did not wish to pose with a strange man according to the
Moslem tradition. The daughter, on the other hand, wanted to let
the world know there are many nice-looking girls and ladies in
Iraq. This photo was taken in June of 2002 when Iraqis were living
under a war threat).
- Another Iraqi student. I met
her in Geneva in May of 2003 shortly after the fall of Saddam
Hussein. She is interested in making money and was studying
- with an Iraqi lady working for her country's airline at the Instanbul airport (January 2007).
- Another Iraqi student. I met her in Geneva in May of 2003 shortly after the fall of Saddam Hussein. She is interested in making money and was studying business there.
This Iranian lady is an American citizen now. She
regrets that Iran does not have a comfortable relation with the United
States. With this photo, she wants to tell the world that there are
many nice-looking ladies (like her) in Iran. She was a student in
my class, and we were enjoying a lunch together at a faculty dining
place on campus (August 2002). We had some other photos.
- Photo in front of a model of Thai temple.
- Photo at the patio.
- Nine years later, in 2011, I met her at a Christmas party held in a Virginia hotel.
- She was with her boyfriend.
- Sheraton Hotel restaurant
at the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. This Algerian lady is
the manager there. When I was there in May of 2005, she remembered me.
I was there six months earlier in
- November of 2004. I hope to be there again and add more photos.
- This young man from Algeria
is among the number of Algerians working with her.
- Algerian Student in Montreal (Canada 2004). She works during the weekend at a popular restaurant in the Old Montreal district.
- Two Algerian ladies in Nice (France 2017). Very kind and courteous Moslem ladies.
- with students from Morocco,
in Paris (2002). They are studying accounting and computer science
in France. Morocco traditionally produces many nice-looking ladies.
- Casa Blanca. I met this Moroccan lady from Casa Blanca at a bistro near Pont Vechia in Florence (November 2004). She is very happy to preserve her Moslem heritage in a Catholic country.
- In New York (2004). There are many French citizens of Moroccan origin, and some of them work for AirFrance. This photo was taken at the Novotel Hotel New York. The Novotel chain is owned and operated by a French company, and AF crews stay at this hotel when they come to New York.
- Moroccan Lady in London (2010). She became very happy when I told her she looks like Ingrid Bergmann.
- Moroccan Lady working for the
UAE Airlines. I met her at the breakfast room of the Marriott
Hotel in Vienna, Virginia, USA (2013).
Another Moroccon lady joined us.
They seem to be happier with themselves.
- Two ladies working for the Royal Moroccan Airlines (July 2019). They are Moslems and were careful not to touch me. They speak English and French fluently in addition to their own Arabic language. They are working with this tall lady from Sengal, who is a Moslem but was not afraid of embracing me.
- In New York (2005). There are many
French citizens of Moroccan origin, and some of them work for AirFrance. This
photo was taken at the Novotel Hotel New York. The Novotel chain is owned
and operated by a French company, and AF crews stay at this hotel when
they come to New York.
- Jordanian Lady who speaks Arabic, English and French. She works at the reception desk at a five-star hotel called "Hotel President Wilson" in Geneva. Her mother is an American lady. She knows how to talk to oil princes from Arabian countries. Photo taken in April of 2003.
- Jordanian Lady Pilot for
Royal Jordanian Airlines. I met her in front of the Hotel Radisson Martinique
on W.32nd Street in New York (2006).
- Sheraton in U.S.A.
This Moslem lady came from Egypt. She is working at the Sheraton Premier Hotel
in Vienna, Virginia. This photo was taken by
her Algerian colleague
- Egyptian Airlines, in front of Radisson Martinique Hotel in New York (March 2009).
- Two More in the Hotel Lobby. There are many Egyptians working for this hotel. They are of course very cheerful people.
- Another Photo. They seem to be happier without me.
- Another Set of Eyptians (November 2009).
- Two Malaysian Engineers. I
met at the ICCE Conference held in Shanghai (July 2011). They are
excellent scientists representing their country.
four of them.
- Three Malaysian students in Venice (2014). They are studying in London and came to Venice for vacation.
- Malaysian students in Zurich (Switzerland 2014).
- Two Malaysian friends in Berlin (December 31, 2015).
- Two Malaysian sisters in Seoul their mother (2017).
- Saudi financial manager at the
breakfast room of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Fairfax, Virginia (2014).
After this photo,
a Russian lawyer joined us.
- Saudi research scientist while waiting on the passport-control line at London's Heathrow Airport (2014). I enjoy tarking with young people doing research. Then
- an Indian lady joined us. She was also a cheerful lady.
- One Saudi brother and three sisters in
Berlin. The brother is the youngest. Beautiful people.
- Electrical engineers from Kuwait. I met them
in Cordoba (Spain 2019).These ladies told me they are electrical engineers.
I then asked some fundamental questions in electromagnetis. They anwered
correctly and cheerfully. One of the ladies in the back row came to me
with her own camera and proposed a solo photo with me.
- Two sisters from Oman at the Casablanca Airport
(2019). Very cheerful young ladies. Do you know where Oman is?
- Cheerful lady from Dubai at the Trump Tower in Chicago (2019).
After this photo, he sister came to the scene. We had a
photo with her.
- Moslem lady from Jerusalem in Chicago (2003). She is very happy to have a taste of a different culure. Her daugheter is also happy, but her granddauther is alarmed at the secular behavior of the grandmother.
- Moslem Palestinian student in Jerusalem near one of the gates to
the Old City (2019). While this photo was being taken, we noticed a group
of Moslem boys passing-by. We invited them to have
- Saudi Arabia is one of the
most conservative Moslem countries in the world. Saudi women do
not work for their airlines. Thus, the Saudi airline companies
hire Algerian, Egyptian, and Moroccan ladies. These airline
ladies were kind enough to pose with me at the Marriott Hotel in
Vienna (Virginia, USA, 2002).
- Lebanese Lady working for the Saudi Airlines (2011). This photo was taken at the Sheraton Premier Hotel in Vienna, Virginia (2011).
- Another lady working for the Saudi Airlines (2012).
- Saudi Pilots. I assume these cheerful gentlemen are Saudi nationals.
- Another group of Saudi team.
- New York: Moslem ladies
working for the Pakistani International Airlines (February 2001). This photo
was taken in the lobby of the Hotel Pennsylvania at the 8th Ave. and
32nd St. This hotel was called "Statler Hilton" in the 1950s, and used
to host annual APS meetings for physicists. These days, this hotel hosts
airline crews from many different countries, and serves as a heaven
for girl watchers. The hotel managers know this, and there are no sofas
in the lobby. Sorry! You have to stand up.
- Pakistan International Airlines. Ladies working for the Pakistan Airlines stay at Hotel Pennsylvania in New York. I meet them frequently when I go to New York. In spite of their Moslem tradition, they become very happy whenever I propose photo with them (April 2003). This of course encourage me to fly on their airlines. Here is
- another photo (April 2004).
- One more.
- Bangladesh Ladies in New York
- Turkish lawyer at the Catholic Cathedral in
Cordoba (Spain 2019). She went to a law school in Amsterdam. When I asked her whether
she is married, she said she could not find any man smarter than she is. I asked her
whether I sound smarter. She said YES, but she told me I am too old for her.
- Card Vender in Ankara (January 2005). I bought five post cards from her. She is very happy not because she made money, but because her daughter's math grade became improved. Three Turkish men are laughing because this lady is having a photo with a strange man, and were threatening to tell her husband about this abnormal incident.
- Turkish Student at the Topkapi Palace Restaurant in Istanbul (July 2008). This student studies business in London. After this photo was taken, she was scolded by an elderly Moslem lady from Saudi Arabia for her non-Moslem behavior.
- Ottoman Turkey was of course a strong Moslem country. After World War I, Turkey became a republic, with a strict separation of religion and government. Turkey wants to become like a European country. Thus, they want to dress like Europeans even though they could not give up their Moslem traditions. Click here my Turkish friends.
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