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But the vivacious electrical engineering student wears many hats. They smell nice, they look great! But she vividly recalls the day when a teacher told her class of nine-year-olds that homosexuality was a terrible sin.
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With hips that sway and swivel beyond the abilities of a normal human being, and donning elaborately bedazzled costumes that put their, err, assets, on display, belly dancers can transfix an entire crowd with one magical move. Here are some of the Egyptian ladies who have gotten men to melt and women to be envious with their sultry dancing. Dina is one name that never gets old when it comes to the belly dancing scene.
Police arrested Russian dancer Ekaterina Andreeva after a video of one of her latest shows in Egypt went viral. A Russian belly dancer has been arrested in Egypt for 'immoral' dancing after she allegedly performed wearing no knickers. Russian Ekaterina Andreeva, 31, was told her outfit was too provocative after she performed at a nightclub by the Nile in Giza.
A viral video of one of her performances shows her in a low-cut backless dress split up one side. She performs an energetic belly dance, jiggling her hips and at one point rotating her bust to enthusiastic whoops from the crowd. But when the video became popular online, police became aware of it and arrested her on suspicion of inciting young people to disobedience and immorality.
General Assembly. But others in her line of work are not so well-off. Belly dancing has had its ups and downs over the centuries, but rarely have times been as tough as they are now.
Foreign women are flocking to Egypt to work as belly dancers for restaurants and clubs. Ekaterina Andreeva is one such dancer, a Russian who was arrested on February 6 after smartphone videos of her sexy dancing went viral. Ekaterina is not the only woman to find herself in this situation. Since a police crackdown resulted in many Egyptian dancers fleeing the scene, American, Russian and Chinese dancers have been coming to Cairo to replace them.
Somewhere between the controversy and the compliments, writer Amy Mowafi meets Amie Sultan, the precocious ballerina turned belly dancer, while our Fashion Director Gehad Abdalla and photographer Lobna Derbala take the star into the heart of Downtown Cairo to complete the story…. Highly and expensively educated, well travelled, globally aware, comes from good family - bent nas. They are women of the night; they bare their bodies and shake their booties to ignite the passions and desires of seedy men in hotel nightclubs.