'Arab? Jewish? All that matters is that you're a dancer'

Since meeting 3 months ago, Dean Partush and Hassan Enabe have been dancing together in a popping duo.

July 7, 2011 16:11


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For Jewish dancer Dean Partush, asking his Arab partner Hassan Enabe to join him in a popping dance duo, was a matter of admiration.

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The two dancers first met at a dance competition 3 months ago. Since meeting, Dean and Hassan have been performing together in dance competitions and shows around Israel.

They practice a style of dance called popping, which was invented in 1960’s and has become famous recently, along with other hip hop dance styles, in a number of successful dance competition movies.

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