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 Topic: Muslim teen wants to be first professional hijabi ballerina

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  • Muslim teen wants to be first professional hijabi ballerina
     OP - February 06, 2016, 10:55 AM

    Muslim teen wants to be first professional hijabi ballerina says News from Sand land



    Kurlow, 14, embraced Islam along with her siblings, Australian father and Russian-born mother in 2010.

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    SYDNEY: Meet young Australian Muslim teen Stephanie Kurlow who hopes to become first hijabi ballerina.  Kurlow, 14, embraced Islam along with her siblings, Australian father and Russian-born mother in 2010 and had initially feared the religion might derail her dream of dancing.

    “I think that’s what may have stopped some other Muslims from following a career they want, but I know what I’m doing is right and I’m going to keep doing it,” she told the Sydney Morning herald when asked whether she thought Islam forbade dancing.
    Kurlow hopes to turn her dream into reality by raising $10,000 to train full-time at ballet school. She also hopes to become certified to open her own performing arts school in Sydney.

    “Dancing is like flying for me. It makes me feel free,” Kurlow told the Daily News website.

    Oops the news is from Australian converted Muslim girl Not from girl born in Sand land...

    well dear Stephanie Kurlow it is Ok to Ballarina  dancer  with whatever dress you like as long as people can see your face.. Don't use Burkha/Niqab  and do Ballerina dance..

    Do not let silence become your legacy  
    I renounced my faith to become a kafir, 
    the beloved betrayed me and turned in to  a Muslim
     
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