Break it down

Hip hop dance hits the streets of Jerusalem

By BENJAMIN SPIER
August 30, 2010 13:18
Breakdancing in Jerusalem

Breakdancer 320. (photo credit: Ben Spier)

 
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Raphael Nathan, an ole from South Africa is a man with a mission: Getting the Israeli public into hip hop dancing. "This is the hardest and most intense sport in the world", explains Nathan.

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