2016.12.29 Reisopera (The Netherlands)
2016.12.19 Tubantia (The Netherlands)
Ahmad doet in Enschede wat ie van z'n vader in Syrië niet mocht: dansen
This article reports Ahmad Joudeh's performance in Enschede on 17 December 2017 including video of the dance performance.
2016.12.17 Tubantia (The Netherlands)
Syrische danser emotioneert publiek in Enschede
This article reports Ahmad Joudeh's performance in Enschede, 17 December 2016
2016.12.16 DANCE Magazine
2016.12.12 Article in "Ethics of Care"
Dancing for peace by Brecht Molenaa
His message is ‘Dance or Die’: a text tattooed on the back of his neck in an Indian language, because Indian people respect dance. It seems that nothing and no one can stop him from dancing, however hard they try. Ahmad would rather die.
But the motto can also be understood differently, and the portrait of Ahmad seems to support that interpretation as well.
It is his way of caring for people. His message seems to be that taking care is the only alternative to dying. He demonstrates that this humanitarianism cannot be killed, but will survive anyhow,
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