La debka (en hébreu דבקה) est une danse israélienne tirée de la dabkeh palestinienne.

À l'origine danse guerrière, elle est essentiellement pratiquée par les hommes, en ligne ou en chaîne ouverte. Elle se caractérise par des pas frappés au sol.

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