Middle Eastern Dance Web Ring

Middle Eastern Dance Web Ring

This Web Ring is intended for students, performers, and teachers of Middle Eastern Dance. This includes all forms of the dance from Morocco to India, and from as far north as Armenia to the southernmost tip of the Arabian peninsula (did I miss anything?). Musicians and vendors are also welcome in the Ring.
  • Want to browse sites in the ring? Start at the ring hub or use the navigation bar at the bottom of the page.

  • Interested in the performance of the ring? There are basic statistics on the ring hub or you can check out the detailed statistics.

  • Want to become a member of this ring? Please note the items below, then select join the ring here or from the navigation bar below.

    You must include ring navigation code for your site to be accepted into this Ring. For more info, try my WebRing Tips, or use the help at the WebRing site.

    Remember that the World Wide Web is, well, world-wide. When describing a site, it's usually a good idea to include a location for sites such as performer sites. And when you include a location, you should specify the country and the state or province if applicable.

  • Notice to people who joined this ring prior to December 2002 (when I took it over): you might have a problem with your ring navigation. Please see my page on old ring navigation.

  • Want to contact the ring owner? email sherezzah@beledy.net.
 

This ring was created in 1997 by Stacey Andrews (aka Anoushig, Éireann), making it, I believe, the first such ring to honor our dance; transferred to Stefan on January 1, 1999; and adopted by Sherezzah Bint al-Waha in December 2002. My thanks to the previous owners for starting and maintaining the Ring.
Copyright 2003-2004. All rights reserved.