Romancing the Middle East

I'll never forget heading to Sydney Airport to board my flight to take on what ended up being my last corporate job. One of my main fears was that I would make make a never-ending string of unforgivable faux pas as I navigated my clumsy way around an unfamiliar culture. Well, I definitely had my fair share of foot-in-mouth moments over the next three years, but my new Arab Muslim colleagues were unfailingly generous, patient, kind, and good-humoured, and never made me feel like the dolt I undoubtedly was. The truth is, I was intensely interested in everything about my new place of residence and its people, and because of that, my new friends and colleagues were quick to unlock a piece of the

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