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The Hottest Muslim Women Under 40

Updated June 14, 2019 7.2k votes 1.3k voters 56.6k views29 items

Here are the hottest Muslim women under 40. So here in one place are all the hottest young sexy Muslims that grace our screens and radios every single day.

From a hot weather girl, to some of the most famous people in the world, these hot Muslims not only do a great job of representing our brothers from across the border, but keep us wondering why we don't just have sexy Muslims do all of our weather reports (and pretty much everything else in the world).

These hot Muslim celebrities are all world famous, so here for your to vote on are all the hottest Muslim girls under the age of 40.

These may not be pics of naked Muslim women, or nude Muslim women, but these are some of the hottest pics of hot Muslim women you can find anywhere in the universe.

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    Claudia Lynx was born in Tehran, Iran to a Persian father and Mother. Her mother died at the age of 24 (a few minutes after giving birth to Claudia). The family of four (including her Father, older brother, and their nanny who was like a mother to the kids) moved out of Iran to Europe when Lynx was only three months old, and have never returned since. Claudia was destined to be in front of the camera, and the family knew she was in love with acting at a very young age, and she began her life as an actress and model in Europe at the young age of three, appearing in various TV shows, commercials, and various ads in Europe and Canada. and now Internationally.  Claudia came to prominence in 2000 as the first Persian born Actress/ Model who brought the western culture into the Persian entertainment market. Her smash hit singles "Oh Daddy" and "Chareh Chieh" (2000) and a couple more songs were recorded at the age of sixteen and was done intentionally for a demo sample when her former management released it a few years later without the consent of Claudia Lynx herself.
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  • Born in Tehran at the height of the Iranian Revolution, her parents relocated to London shortly thereafter. She performed violin and ballet as a young girl.She attended a private high school and later moved to the United States where she earned a Bachelor's Degree, with Honors, in Biological Sciences from the University of California, Irvine. At UCI, she won the Chang Pin-Chun Undergraduate Research Award for molecular research involving cancer treatment and heart transplant rejection. She was also Assistant Editor-in-Chief of MedTimes, UCI's undergraduate medical newspaper.Nazanin Boniadi is rapidly making her mark in both film and television. She co-starred as CIA analyst Fara Sherazi on seasons three and four of the Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning drama Homeland, for which she shared a 2015 SAG Award nomination in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category...
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  • 3. Princess Ameerah Al Taweel

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    Princess Ameera al-Taweel was born 6 November 1983 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Her father is Aidan bin Nayef Al-Taweel Al-Otaibi, a member of the House of Saud. She was raised by her divorced mother and her grandparents in Riyadh. At age 18 she met Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal while conducting an interview for a school paper. They were married nine months later,and were later divorced in November 2013. Princess Ameera is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of New Haven with a degree in Business Administration.
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    Sarah Shahi was born Aahoo Jahansouz in Euless, Texas, to an Iranian father and Spanish mother. She is a former NFL cheerleader and a descendant of a 19th-century Persian Shah. She attended Trinity High School and Dallas Southern Methodist University, studied opera and majored in English. As a teenager, she won several beauty contests, and took first place in the Miss Fort Worth USA pageant in 1997. She joined the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders and was part of the 1999-2000 squad. She also appeared on the cover of their 2000 calendar.
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