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But when he began to unzip the zipper, I had no choice but to take a deep breath and prepare for his reaction.

In that pocket was a box of candy, although this was no ordinary box of M&Ms.

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C., I spent a good two hours staring at the customs form that I was required to fill out.

I had completed every section of the form, except for one.

It was a box of “” a popular hard candy that can be found throughout the tribal areas of Pakistan. Eventually, I just gave up trying to offer my explanations and stopped answering his questions altogether.

And on the front of the box, one finds an image of Osama himself alongside a tank, missiles and fighter jets. In reality, I have no idea why I bought that box of candy, other than it grabbed my attention, I thought it was interesting and I wanted to take one home. The next item to be closely inspected turned out to be my travel journal, the 300 pages of which were full of descriptions about the places and people I had met along the way. No matter what the reason, don’t ever write “” in your travel journal!

So in the end, the only reply I gave to his question was, “What?First, he opened the front pocket, and immediately became suspicious of a collection of books that I had purchased in a bookstore in Delhi.There were five books packaged together, each containing the sayings and lessons of a different spiritual figure who had influenced India, including Buddha, Vivekananda, Nanak Dev, Gandhi and yes, the Prophet Mohammed.Of course, the Customs Officer ignored the other four books and while holding up the book of quotes from the Prophet, proceeded to repeatedly scream “Do you believe in the words of the Prophet Mohammed?” over and over again while standing one foot away from my face.

So in the end, the only reply I gave to his question was, “What?First, he opened the front pocket, and immediately became suspicious of a collection of books that I had purchased in a bookstore in Delhi.There were five books packaged together, each containing the sayings and lessons of a different spiritual figure who had influenced India, including Buddha, Vivekananda, Nanak Dev, Gandhi and yes, the Prophet Mohammed.Of course, the Customs Officer ignored the other four books and while holding up the book of quotes from the Prophet, proceeded to repeatedly scream “Do you believe in the words of the Prophet Mohammed?” over and over again while standing one foot away from my face.Without asking any questions at all, the Officer simply acted as if he had found a piece of evidence that undeniably linked me to terrorism.