Latin Arabia

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Friday, May 12th, 2017

Brazilian Argibusiness in the Gulf

Source: Brazilians to rekindle agribusiness ties in the Gulf May 12, 2017

Alexandre Rocha*

São Paulo – The Brazilian minister of Agriculture Blairo Maggi will lead a business and government delegation to four Arab countries as of this weekend: Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. Ministry officials will be accompanied by delegates from companies and other private sector organizations, including the Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce.

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Again, the Latin-Arab economic connections are growing.

Friday, May 12th, 2017

Really Great Colombian-Arab Dance

Posted on YouTube: May 12, 2017
But claimed to be a video from 2014

The Awalim Dance Troupe facebook page (Click Here)

Though the poster of this video, Angélica Sanchez, may possibly be no longer associated with the troupe. Can’t say for sure. Maybe she is branching out, on her own.

You can hear the Arab Yodel during the dance.

Posted on YouTube: May 12, 2017
But claimed to be a video from 2016

Another video posted by Angélica Sanchez.

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

Inaugural Program – Arab Dance School

Posted YouTube: May 10, 2017
Notice the parents in the audience!

Video of the inaugural program at an Arab Dance School in Ecuador.

This is the school’s Facebook page (Click Here)

She runs a school out of Quito, Ecuador.

Apparently, this is seen as a genuine respectable art form in South America. Personally, it seems a bit close to the risqué for me; but the Latins see this as purely art, and even instruct young ladies in it. The practitioners get very upset if someone equates this to anything else but serious art.

The prevalence of this in South America is indicative of the penetration of Arab culture into their mainstream. What should be noted is that would only come from Christian Arabs, who are the vast majority of Arabs is the Americas.

Muslim Arabs would kill any women of theirs who participated in this.

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