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Saturday, June 22nd, 2013

DOTD – 019 – Arabé Sofia

I think this is coming from Uruguay. YouTube removed the country listing from the videos, so it is harder to tell. One has to search through the internet to see if the name comes up with a geographic location. I can’t be sure, but it looks like Uruguay.

Uruguay is only about 2% Arab. So this demonstrates that Arab culture has transcended into the South American mainstream.

Saturday, June 15th, 2013

DOTD – 018 – Little Egypts

I think this is coming from Ecuador, but I am not sure. Ever since YouTube changed its style, they no longer list the country of origin.

However, as you see, this is just some innocent children. The Latins look upon Arab Dance as a cultural statement.

Thursday, June 13th, 2013

DOTD – 016 Arabe Flamenco by Tasmin M

Actually, this was posted on YouTube, late yesterday, but it is a wonderful Mix of Arabic and Spanish Flamenco Dancing

For her Facebook Page: (Click Here)

She works out of Argentina.

Her Facebook site is advertising:

Shows at two theaters on August 25, 2013

The poster claims that she is recently arrived from Spain.

If you are in Argentina in August, look them up.

Tell them Latin Arabia sent you.

Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

DOTD – 015 – Ursula León

The video was pulled from YouTube, but left the comments up.

The music is a mix of Arabic music and tango.

But notce her name. Ursula León. This is a Spanish name. She is not pure Arabic, and may not even be part-Arabic. Arabic culture is mainstream in South America.

Palestinian Arabs, if moved to South America, would be assimilated rapidly.

May 12, 2017 – Edited: Removed video, as it was removed from YouTube, however the comments are valid so I left the post up.

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