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ربما تكون المرة الأولى التي سيشهد العالم فيها راقصة بالية محجبة، ستفاني كورلو راقصة البالية المحجبة وهي استرالية وعمرها 14 عاما، وقد ارتدت الحجاب وعمرها 9 سنوات، بعد أن اعتنقت أسرتها الإسلام منذ تسعة سنوات، ووالداها استراليان من أصل روسي، بحسب ما نشرته «هافنغتون بوست».

وتقول كورلو، إنها عندما ارتدت الحجاب، كانت تخشى أن تؤثر معتقداتها الدينية على هواياتها والأشياء التي تحبها، لكن الآن هذه المخاوف اختفت وانطلقت نحو هدفها وتمارس شغفها في رقص البالية، لتكون أول راقصة بالية محجبة محترفة في العالم.

وأكدت ستيفاني في مقابلة سابقة مع «سي ان ان»، أنها لم تجد مدرسة بالية تقبل أن تتعلم بها وهي مرتدية الحجاب، مما احبطها كثيرا، ولم يكن أمامها إلا أن تتعلم البالية في دروس خاصة، فأطلقت حملة تبرع لتجمع تكاليف دروس البالية، وبالفعل تبرع لها أكثر من 700 شخص بما يقارب 7000 دولار، وتنشر كورلو صورها في السوشيال ميديا وبقدر ما تجد من تشجيع ودعم من حول العالم تصلها أيضا رسائل تهديد وكراهية كونها محجبة.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 10: Stephanie Kurlow, 14, poses at a dance studio in Bankstown on March 10, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. Stephanie started dancing when she was two years old, after converting to Islam in 2010 she believed she may not be able to continue. Stephanie now dreams of being the world's first hijabi ballerina', after struggling to find any dance programs that would accept her and being inspired by the likes of Misty Copeland, Stephanie started a crowd-sourcing initiative to raise money for future training. She has since been awarded a 'Game Changer Scholarship' by the Swedish sports brand Bjorn Borg. A daughter of Australian and Russian parents, Stephanie hopes more than anything to encourage everyone to come together regardless of faith, race and colour. (Photo by Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images)

 

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