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Dabke, which means “stomp,” is the traditional folkloric dance of Palestine and neighboring countries. Al-Raja is the Arabic word for “hope,” which is exactly what dabke represents to Palestinian students. The bold movements, traditional embroidered costumes, and lively Arab music convey both the history of Palestinians and their hopes and dreams for freedom and peace […]

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RAMALLAH/JERUSALEM, 26 May 2012 – With spinning bodies, whirling traditional costumes, and powerful leaps the more than 45 high school students that make up Al-Raja Folkloric Dance Troupe of the Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope in Ramallah wowed the packed audience during their 12 May performance. As living witnesses to the “hope” for which they […]

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The Evangelical Lutheran School of Hope is located near the bustling center of the West Bank city of Ramallah. With 60,000 people in its metropolitan area and over 280,000 in the surrounding governorate, Ramallah is one of the primary centers of Palestinian government, business, arts, and culture. The Palestinian National Authority offices are here along […]

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Al Raja Dance Troupe has made it from Chicago, through Nebraska, California, Texas, Minnesota and now Appleton, Wisconsin. They have performed in churches, auditoriums and even in the Alamo Dome, in front of 20,000 people, sharing their culture, dance and life with those they meet. They have introduced hundreds to Palestine and – more importantly, Palestinians. At […]

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