|net into a language other than English, Shira will be happy to post your translation here on Shira||Rushdie's career as a shaabi singer reached its peak in the 1950's and 1960's, about 20 years before Ahmed Adaweya|
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He was known as both a singer and a composer, and also appeared in 6 motion pictures.8
|She is known for her lively, invigorating classes and widely acclaimed workshops, with their depth of research and easy-to-follow movement explanations||Copyright Notice This entire web site is copyrighted|
|net using appropriate citations footnotes, end notes, etc||" "Enta Meen" was released as a single in 1976|
After performing in Paris, London and Cairo with superstars Ahmed Adawiya, Sabah, Mohammed al-3izabi and Walid Toufiq, she now teaches belly dance on line and in her downtown Bethesda, Maryland dance studio, Serpentine Dance.
|Yasmin wrote extensive liner notes for most of the label's releases, including its three zar albums Egyptian trance music which eventually led to her first book Trance Dancing with the Jinn published in 2016||If you wish to translate articles from Shira|
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This page contains a translation into English of the lyrics to the Egyptian song "Enta Meen", which was popularized by Mohamed Rushdie.