World News | Associated Press | Sunday September 23, 2012
Hundreds of young Arabs joyfully screamed out obscenities, encouraged by the handsome, gay Lebanese lead singer at the concert in Jordan's capital. Police looked on worriedly. People outside asked what was going on.
World News | Chadwick Moore, The New York Times | Friday January 14, 2011
Around midnight, upstairs in a small club on Avenue of the Americas, the pitch-black dance floor resounded with the rapid stomps and warbling, high-energy cries of the dabke, an Arab folk dance performed at weddings and other celebrations.When the strobe lights flashed, they revealed a sea of raised hands. A man in the crowd removed his kaffiyeh, t...