Dancing 13item Is it permissible to dance in one’s offspring’s wedding party? Is the dancing of a wife for her husband and vice versa ḥarām? Is fencing with sticks in wedding parties permissible? And what is the view if it is carried out to the accompaniment of music? Is it permissible to dance the traditional dancing in wedding parties and what is the view on taking part in such parties? A married woman dances in wedding parties before non-maḥram people, without the consent of her husband. She is adamant not to give up the habit, despite repeated advice “enjoining the good and forbidding the evil “by her husband. What could one do in this regard? Is dancing without music in women’s gatherings ḥarām or ḥalāl? If it is ḥarām, should those present leave? What is the ruling in the matter of dancing of a discerning child, male or female, in the gatherings of men or women? What is the ruling in the matter of traditional dancing in either mixed groups of men and women, men only, or women only? What is the view on establishing dance-teaching centers? What is the ruling in the matter of women dancing in the presence of men in rural wedding parties where musical instruments are played? And what should one do in this regard? What is the view on men or women dancing in the company of their maḥrams of opposite sex whether in-laws or blood relatives? What is the view on a group of men dancing? And what is the view on watching little girls dancing on television? What is the view on women dancing in the presence of women and men in the presence of their counterparts? Attending wedding parties is carried out as a courtesy of the social norms. Is there any objection to doing that if there is a possibility of dancing taking place?