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Appleby College’s Middle Eastern Club had a busy term which included learning about the art of Henna, playing tawla and making sebha. The term ended with the group learning and dancing dabke, a traditional Arab folk dance that is popular in Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and Iraq. The dabke leader is supposed to be like a tree, with arms in the air, a proud and upright trunk and feet that stomp the ground in rhythm.