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Arab-American Festival of Youngstown

 


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Mahammed Salman of Youngstown and his cousin Adam Omran of Canfield enjoy events at Arab American Festival of Youngstown Saturday in downtown Youngstown.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Four members of the Arab Community Center in Liberty perform a traditional Dabke dance at the Arab-American Festival of Youngstown on Saturday. From left are: Mureed Amireh, Ike Omran, Mohammed Salman and Samir Esmail.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Performing Palestian traditional dancing are from leftn are Mureed Amireh, Ike Omran, Mahammed Salman and Samir Esmail during the Arab American Festival of Youngstown Saturday.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Kelli Krzynowek, also known as “Kelli Belly,” a member of the Wind and Sand Dance Company from Cleveland, performs a belly dance during the first Arab-American Festival of Youngstown on Saturday.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Kelli Krzynowek, also known as "Kelli Belly" a member of Wind and Song Dance Troupe from Cleveland, performs during Arab American Festival of Youngstown Saturday.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Entertainment at the first Arab-American Festival of Youngstown Saturday included traditional belly-dancing. The event took place on West Federal Street between Phelps and Hazel streets.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Those attending Saturday's Arab-American Festival of Youngstown could have a traditional henna tattoo applied. Henna artists draw elaborate and ornate designs freehand, often on hands, arms or feet. The reddish-toned designs are temporary and fade over time.

Published on September 22, 2012

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Gulay Yazar of Canfield, center, her daughter, Edanur, 9, and sister, Nurten Toslu of Philadelphia, baked the baklava and grape leaves sold at the Turkish booth at the Arab-American Festival of Youngstown Saturday.

Published on September 22, 2012



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