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Uhm, actually depending on the country, now as Chris mentioned, Middle East and Maghreb region are very different culturally. If you really meant Maghreb (which is the western area of north Africa, notably Morocco and Tunisia) then you have nothing to worry about, you can wear absolutely anything you want. If you meant Middle East, then it really depends on ...


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This is arguably debateable and opinion based. But what it'll come down to, I suspect, is if it causes offense - either because of what it represents to someone, or for a misunderstanding. It's probably not a South American-specific issue, but let's look at some other examples: in South Africa, a Jewish boy donned one in solidarity with Gazans. It did not ...


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While the world seems extremely sensitive to such things recently, I would not expect this to be an issue in most of South America. It is a vast continent and there are tons of different communities, many who live quite isolated with their own specific dress. Even in the more cosmopolitan cities, people wear all sorts of clothes with subtle difference that ...


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