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Byline: Rowena Coetsee
Mar. 7--ANTIOCH -- Heads turned as the reedy wail of Arabic music filled the small restaurant and a petite brunette began a sinuous dance around the tables. Arms delicately outstretched, she tapped finger cymbals, and the belt of small bells jingled as her hips twitched to the driving beat. Her shimmering dark burgundy half-top revealed a trim midriff, and a gold veil was draped around the waist of her full skirt. "It's a feel-good thing," said Brentwood resident Judy Aiken as she watched her friend perform. "It's belly dancing, not booty dancing."
Aiken's friend, Nicole Hall nodded. Police dispatcher by day, belly …