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So you think you can dance? VOL 2.

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  1. heheheheh coooooool :-)

    Moey khalas ma tez3al mo me7rezeh nekhsar ba3ad :)

  2. GRRRRRRRRR! Jad edited my reply :P
    I was joking anyways

  3. This reminds me of an indian guy in my friends wedding who tried to yidbik with everyone but it kept coming through as a clumsy version of psuedo indian love song dance dabkih.

    He finally gave up and decided to do his own thing. Boy can he dance.

    PS: Jad, I hope you have many Chechen friends, I need yourhelp, check my blog. (and of course this last part of the comment is for your eyes only and can be removed)

  4. He3 he3...
    I think when it comes to dancing, we, circassians, are special and undefeatable..
    Check the videos ;-)

  5. Naryat,
    Can't agree any more walahi :-)

  6. Naryat my friend,

    The circassians do dance quite distinctively and beautifully, and they come close to being the best, but they are not.

    Check these out,

    You can skip the first 1:30 minutes if you don't understand Noxci.

  7. Jad,
    no comment :-)
    (u r half circassian, right? benatna bnetfaham, sha2en da5eli LooooL)
    Did u ever know that the word "circassian" includes origionally all north caucasian nations? :-)
    Almost all north caucasian nations, Adigas, Chechens, Georgians, Abkhaz.. all of us share almost the same musical and dancing background... with only little differences...
    The videos look like noxci, r u noxci or half noxci? Can't say more than Noxcis are great dancers... ;-)

  8. Naryat,
    Yes, I came to life with 50% discount :-) it was seasonal offer :p

    Sari Al-Hiari,
    Just to clarify what Naryat said, In Jordan we call Adyga as Sharkas which originally rough translation from Turkish language (Othman empire) Cerkes
    While the fact is Wikipedia - The term Circassians is a Western term derived from the Turkic Cherkess, and is not the self-designation of any people. It has sometimes been applied indiscriminately to all the peoples of the North Caucasus. More commonly it has referred to all the peoples of the Northwest Caucasus: the Adyghe, the Abkhaz, and the vanished Ubykh, to the exclusion of the eastern Chechens and the peoples of Dagestan.

    So when we use Circassian we mean all of these people not Adyga or the local name Sharkas.

  9. I am neither Chechen no Circassian nor half of neither.

    Which makes me unbiased, something you cannot say. This makes me see things more clearly.

    The thing with Circassian being the equivalent of Caucasian is news to me.

    I have many Cicassian as well as many Chechen friends

    My best friend in Doha was Circassian and a dancer (he left to Abu Dhabi :'( ). I am quite aware of the subtle differences and appreciate the diversity.

    That said, I am only heart-jumpingly excited when I'm at a Chechen Lovzar (Lawzir).

    PS: I can say that I have a half Chechen daughter, can you say that? Actually she's half Salti and 0.375% Chechen and 0.125% Circassian as far as I know. (My wife's grandmother was Circassian).

  10. Ok, thanks jad forthe clarification :-)
    and Sari,
    i liked the way u made the calculations :-)
    mashallah Allah y5alilak elbanute, wala izano abuha salti w omha chechen w set-ha sharkaseyye, she should be outstanding ;-)
    Allah ye7fazlak yaha..

  11. circassians... adigas.. sharkas... adighye..
    i cant hear those words without knowing whats going on :P
    meeen el adigha? :D


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