Dedicated to my husband and son, Zecharia and Benyamin David
During a celebration, the men and women celebrate separately. There were some women who would give the groom a ḥenna, but without men. Only the women and the groom. Then the groom would go to the men. The bride was given a ḥenna with just women. The ḥenna – songs and dances in Arabic. The men dance and sing, but the women have it more joyful. They were kneading the ḥenna, and drum.