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As someone who has lived with dwarves and knows them well, Shehata believes that dwarves are one of the most marginalised groups in society.
Currently there are 1,500 dwarves in Alexandria," Shehata said.
The rebirth of the Shire takes place against a grand historical narrative that witnesses the decline and fall of the great civilization of the elves in Middle Earth and the gradual and inevitable loss of their magical influence on the lives of men, dwarves, and hobbits.
He said many have never had the chance to mix with other dwarves their own age in a place where - for once - they are the norm.
Then Gandalf, the wandering wizard, embroils the unassuming hobbit in a treasure hunt by telling a group of dwarves that Bilbo is a burglar.
Gandalf is one of the few people who knows about this attack but is too far away to warn the dwarves about the impending attack.
Initially the tiny group in Kunming, southern China, was established by dwarves who came together after complaining about being discriminated by 'big people".
Meanwhile, Gandalf is trapped in Dol Guldur, unable to advise Bilbo and the Dwarves.
SNOW White and the Seven Dwarves are on their way to Warrington.
NORTH Korea is leaving disabled babies to die in agony and castrating dwarves, it was claimed yesterday.
In this new take on the seven dwarves, the seventh dwarf Bobo and his six friends have managed to set off a crisis at Fantabularasa Castle.
Durin's Folk" details the history of the Dwarves, their fabulous prosperity, the loss of their homeland to Smaug the dragon, and their war with Azog and his Orc army.