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quote:
Originally posted by Elite Diasporan:
She's Moroccan.
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She has one of those "unique Northwest African" phenotypes. To me she can pass for a Caribbean Latina like a Puerto Rican or Dominican.

She looks similar to this Moroccan woman:
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https://www.instagram.com/nisrinasbia

Probably not unique, although more "European" looking women are usually featured in the media.

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^^I think posted her before. She is well known on social media.
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quote:
Originally posted by Elite Diasporan:
@Ish Geber

Dang, did not know North Africans traveled Latin America like that.

Also is it true that Berbers of Sahrawi have significant SSA admixture or is that a Eurocentric myth to explain away their more "African leaning" features?

Yes, there is a study on that. I have posted it, but forgot about the authors. If I'll find it I'll posted. For what I know it was a reference to paper by DNA-tribes.

And later another paper confirmed it also. I posted it 2016-2017 in a thread about Hg V88, pertaining Berbers from Central-Africa, and Northwest vs Northeast Berbers. However, they had one of the highest scores in M81, with "sub Saharan" L-lineage.

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^^Do you remember what were those "L-lineages" because if it were L3 then it cant be explained away via "slavery."
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quote:
Originally posted by Elite Diasporan:
^^Do you remember what were those "L-lineages" because if it were L3 then it cant be explained away via "slavery."

No it was not slavery. I think it was L2 etc.
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quote:
Originally posted by Troll Patrol:
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Originally posted by Son of Ra:



The hair texture of the average Moroccan.


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According to lioness this is due to recent slaves / slavery from the "sub-Sahara"


[Roll Eyes]

Love this one, the one on the right looks like my sister. My mother calls her "bossie-kop" which might translate into 'bushy head or busy hair'.

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what does the average North American look like?
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Another mulatta type Moroccan.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdLbRqEZ11g

@Ish Geber thoughts?

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What do you guys make of the Dutch fashion model Imaan Hammam who is half Moroccan and half Egyptian??

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I've been to her Instagram page and if I recall right her mother or grandmother has a negroid phenotype so her look isn't unsual.
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@DJ

What I like about her is that no one can dismiss her features as "recent SSA" because BOTH her ancestries are North African.


She looks like a pseudo-mulatto.

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^ If by "recent SSA" you mean 'black' then I disagree because such phenotype is indigenous to North Africa as well. This is why I am weary of the whole SSA vs. NA with the former implying black while the latter 'non-black'. As for "pseudo-Mulatto", her complexion is is actually darker than typical "mulatto" types which is usually what is held up as the standard form of beauty in North Africa.

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This topic is not " hot looking females of North Africa"
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@dj misread your comment,my response was based of that.
The stereotype of a mulatto look is somewhere in between both parents isn't always true, though the lighting is a bit of here is imaam hamman with friends Cindy bruna,half Italian and African,Riley Montana who is a black American.

http://www.buro247.com.au/thumb/640x960_0/images/640-Imaan-Hammam-imaanhammam-Instagram-photos-and-videos-.jpg

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what does the average Algerian man look like?
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I think you'll will find this interesting,


Women and Colonial Legal Pluralism in Algeria, Ottoman history.

http://www.ottomanhistorypodcast.com/2017/02/ghabrial.html

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