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      Belly Dance Then & Now

       

      In the Middle East

      Famous Dancers, History, Society

       

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      Belly Dance Past & Present

      This section of Shira.net explores the history of belly dance, profiles famous dancers from the Middle East, looks at how belly dance fits in society, and debunks myths about belly danceing.

       

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