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Los arabes palurdos salieron de un desierto, copiaron todo de persas y bizantinos, cuando llegaron a España aqui habia un estado constituido que era el estado Visigodo, sucesor de Roma, o sea arquitectura, ingenieria, irrigacion, baños publicos, arte, cultura, escultura, teatro, lirica etc etc etc, los arabes no enseñaron nada a nadie, copìaron lo de otra gente.
Me alegro de que mis antepasados os hecharan a patadas.
most importantly though, there was extremely little mixing between the two, so arabs still remain sand niggers whereas spaniards are europeans
besides, arabs didn’t conquer spain (which back then was NOT a nation), the moors did
what song was really playing in this club? i’m curious cuz i know it’s not the song the video is playing
plz send a full song
carina, you can look like them also!! 🙂
All the women are jealous! haha she is beautiful love her dance
What I like the most of this video i the envy look of all ther other girls LOL!
You say cultures were never the same??Hmmm…LOL!,in ancient times,MANY spaniard muslims and spaniard christians spoke in arabic and followed arabic customs when arabs were living in spain.Spaniards adopted many things from arabs which is why spain is much more exotic and has a middle eastern feel when you compare it to northenr europe.Aski anyone that has been to spain,they would tell you that spain as a country has a big middle eastern influence.
You clearly dont know the history of arabs in spain.I think you should study before saying they isnt any influences.Arabs ruled spain for almost a thousand years.A 800 years in influence on a country does not go away.Its been a long time since arabs and jews were expelled from spain,but their influences are still found in spaniards from language,culture,dances,foods,traditions,and even by blood believe it or not.
Their introduction of other fruits and vegetables,herbs and spices into old spanish dishes is one of the earliest forims of cooking that is now classically known as fusion.The traditional spanish fances contian arabic influences.
Spain today is still heavily influenced by the arab occupation.Its towns and cities like Granada and Bordaba retain magnificent architecture and they are often a focus point for many visiting tourists.Many towns and cities still have arabic names.Some expressions typical of the spaniard people are based upon moorish poetric one liners.
You must be blind.Spanish language has thousands of arabic words,there are some spanish ideas in cultures and traditions that date back to when arabs ruled spain.Spanish hospitality,espically those of southern spain are infulenced by arabs.
the song playing is : Elissa – Baddy Doub
How so???turks infact adopted many ideas and their culture from arabs.And spanish culture espically those of southern spain have some similarties to arabs,since arabs had spain for almost a thousand years.
Its Elissa singing- Lebanese singer
what is name of song, i need exact name
the singer is “Alissa” and she is lebanese. she has many videaos on u tube
name of the singers????? damn, i get the hik of this music! like heaven to my ears!
beuiful dance,a woman spl.2:04 she’s hot
@2.04, one envious jealous woman..
the Iran, the Spain, the Portugal, the Sicile etc with the arabo-musulman conquest… 😉 I stop. I wish at you a good day :-).
Sorry i’m french and my english is very bad… Rectification: Before the islam, the arab culture was greatly influenced by the persian culture… and after the islam also. And after the islam she was also much influenced by the roman, greek, chinese, indian etc culture. It’s known. Search and you will seeing that. But after the islam the arabo-musulmane culture was also very influenced the Turkey,
Once again that is false! you need to learn some history,and stop talking if you dont know much.Persians and turks are influenced by arabs.You can deny it all you want but thats a major fact.Now stop writing comments toward me if you cant keep them instead of delating them.
That would be false! 🙂 a big percentage of persian and turkish culture comes from the arabs.You need to learn some history.Do you know that persians use arabic alphabet??and many of the turkish language has arabic words????Persians and turks are influenced by the arabs.
But a big percentage of the arabian culture come of the persian and turkish culture.
every man who sees tits out skinny women right away hooooot women
Please someone – what is the song title??
What is the song playing?
oh sexy dance women ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh wawwwwwwwwwwww hot
I’m from an Andalucian ancestry. I love this music as well as musica flamenca y bailes de andalus. I’m a muslim tambien. That’s why I really like this video. Muchas gracias.Schukran!
This chic might as well take her clothes off. This is cheesy.
that’s for the historical side! beautiful music and song by Lebanese against the singer is nothing to do with Arab-Andalusian singing. But then merging the two is beautiful, art is universal, it knows no boundaries as well as love.
Flamenco is of Arab origin.
our articles uses, see Flamenco (film, 1995) and Andalusian (disambiguation).
Flamenco is a musical genre and dance created by the Andalusian gypsy people, based on a popular folklore from the Arab culture that will flourish over the centuries in Andalucia. Flamenco comes from the Nuba, some of which (has lost half) spread in the Maghreb during the expulsion of Muslims from the Iberian Peninsula.
Flamenco,spanish language,and culture is mostly from arab influences and not berbers.And moors were arabs from the middle east who conquered north africa and from north africa along side berbers they conquered spain.So really spainards and gypsies owe most of there influences to the arabs from the middle east and not berbers.
If your wondering the people in the video are arab midldle easterners an not spanish.But lol spanish and arabs are very beautiful.
beyaz memeee bi danede bundan olsun ağa
its arabic song with spanish remix..the dancers and ppls r arabs middle eastern
this song since 12 years
Do you know the name of this slut
sure she is
but in Arab countries, we call them sluts
I know the original song but this lady in the audience is unbelievable
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