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On the subject of identity, she was quoted as saying "I'd like to say I'm American first, and I am an Arab-American, I am Lebanese-American, and I am Muslim-American." but some Muslims felt she did not properly represent their religion. Responding to the issue in interviews, Fakih said she and her family are Muslims and respect the religion, but they may not be as strict as many people and do not define themselves by their religion; they view themselves as more "spiritual" than "religious" and appreciate all religions.
PST On Monday, a hearing for the trial involving TV personality Han Sung-ju and her former Taiwanese-American boyfriend Christopher Xsu, who is suing her for physical assault, took place at Seoul Central District Court.We should be more concerned with the tragedy than religion." As holder of the Miss USA title, Fakih represented the United States in the 2010 Miss Universe pageant, held at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas on August 23.Fakih did not place as a semi-finalist and was the first Miss USA since Shauntay Hinton, Miss USA 2002, to not place at the Miss Universe pageant.Both parties admitted they were together when the alleged attack on Xsu took place.In addition, Han’s lawyer agreed that Han was with six other men as well as Xsu for eight hours before the alleged attack took place.On the subject of the planned Park51 Islamic community center in New York, Fakih stated, "I totally agree with President Obama with the statement on the constitutional rights of freedom of religion.
[But] it shouldn't be so close to the World Trade Center.
) (born September 22, 1985) is a Lebanese-American actress, model, professional wrestler and beauty pageant titleholder who won Miss USA 2010.
She represented the state of Michigan in the national pageant, having previously won the 2010 Miss Michigan USA pageant.
She won the Miss USA title on May 16, 2010, breaking a 5-year streak of Southern states winning and becoming the first Miss Michigan USA to win the national title since Kenya Moore in 1993.
Fakih is widely believed to be the first Lebanese American, the first Arab American and the first Muslim to win the Miss USA title; however, pageant officials have stated their records are not detailed enough to confirm this claim.
Xsu’s mother was to be present at the hearing to testify, but she canceled last minute.