Based on an answer in another question, it seems that based on the Shia view, music is generally haraam, unless it helps you think of God? Does the Sunni view have a similar scenario, or is music ...
Based on answers from questions like (Music in Islam?), it seems that music is haraam. My question is, has Islamdefined for muslims what music is? For example, is music: singing without musical ...
I searched the web for this question. I found some scholars answering that it depends on how Auto-tunes is used: if you are completely changing the voice to sound like music, it's haram, but if it's ...
I will like to know where I can find the Hadith in which wind and string instruments are prohibited in, and is it authentic? What is the reason for this prohibition? I heard from somewhere that it ...
I know that the music is forbidden in Islam. (Referring to this Question - Music in Islam), So what about Beat-Boxing? I mean in general is the musical instrument not allowed or the sound?
Is singing allowed in islam? Is there any difference if the singer is a man or a woman? What about if there is no music in song?
As a Muslim person since birth, I have always heard that music is prohibited (Haram) by all scholars in TV, radio, books and recently on the internet until I have heard a session with Shiekh Adel ...