Zareef Altoul is a “Palestinian” guy who used to be a carpenter in a village he doesn’t belong to. Due to his good manners, he used to be loved by the people who lived in that village.
Dabke is a rich Palestinian-Levantine folk dance. It’s a popular dance which is widely performed in the Levantine countries, in weddings, parties, and festivals.
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• Paper thickness: 0.26 mm (10.3 mil)
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• ISO brightness: 104%
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