In this episode, we answer this question and many, many other questions about Islam and dance, including…
Is Sharia law allowed for Muslims to marry with the government’s permission?
Does Allah allow for “dance parties” in public places, and is Islam allowed for Muslims to wear a head covering or a veil?
Who has the right to impose and enforce Sharia, and who is required to keep it to a minimum?
Is Islam a religion of peace?
Do some Muslims find dancing “sinful,” such as when a Muslim is seen dancing openly in public to a girl of the opposite sex?
Is Allah allowed to impose conditions on the marriage of a Muslim, such as not dancing openly anywhere near a girl of the opposite sex?
Is it permissible/permissible for a non-Muslim to perform and view certain events that are related to Allah, such as dancing?
Are there any “reasons” for not dancing, and if there are, is it permissible (or not) to show up for dancing events?
What can Muslims do to protect themselves when entering public places and dance around young girls?
Is it forbidden to dance in public places (not at a private party in front of your spouse), or is it merely an occasion for entertainment?
Why has Islam become so involved with the dancing and dance parties of the West?
Is it permissible for Muslims to dance?
What do the Quran, the Hadith, and the example of Muhammad’s Companions teach us about Islamic law?
Are there any “reasons” why dancing in public places wouldn’t be permitted?
Is it permissible/permissible for non-Muslims to perform and view certain events that are related to Allah, such as dancing?
Are there any “reasons” for not dancing?
Why is dancing an issue among many Muslims, which is why, despite everything I have to say, I still choose to stay out of such scenes?
Is Islam compatible with our Western lifestyle? Or is it a religion of war?
How can we know what is compatible with our Western lifestyle?
Why is wearing a Muslim head cover (if it is permissible) considered a “sin” in today’s world, or when I dance around a girl in public?
What about a woman who wears a veil, or a headscarf, or who covers herself up simply to keep her head cover from