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Manager: sharzah
A WebRing for Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dancers and dance resources. This relates to all forms of the dance from Morocco to India, and from as far north as Armenia to the southernmost tip of the Arabian peninsula. Performers, students, teachers, musicians, and vendors are all welcome in the Ring. See the Manager's site for more info.
 

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