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6 years ago
The following are some of the most prominent scholars in our history who, deemed music permissible:
Abdullah bin Ja’far bin Abi Talib (al-Aqd al-Fareed 6/12)
Sh. Abu Hamed al-Ghazali (vol. 6 pg. 1150 al-Ihyaa’)
Imam al-Shawkani (Ibtal da’wa al-Ijmaa ala mutlaq al-Sama’)
Imam ibn Hazm (Al-Muhallah)
Imam Abdul-Ghani al-Nablusi (Idaahat al-Dalalaat fee sama’ al-alaat)
Sultan al-Ulema al-Iz ibn Abdul-Salam (Rislat al-Sama’)
Al-Qadi Ibn Qutaiba al-Daynoor (al-Rukhsah fi al-Sama’)
Imam Ibn Tahir al-Qaysirany (pg. 31 al-Sama’)
Imam al-Thahabi (al-Rukhsah fil-Ghinaa wa al-Turb)
Abu Talib al-Makky (Qoot al-Quloob)
al-Qady Ibn Al-Araby al-Makky (Ahkam al-Quran vol. 3 pg. 1494)
Sh. Yusuf al-Majishoon the prominent Muhaddith (#3399 ibn al-Khuthayma)
Ibn Daqeeq al-Eid (Iqtinas al-Sawanih)
Sh. Jad Ali jad al-Haqq (fatawah #3280)
Sh. Mahmood Al-Shaltoot (pg. 375 fatawaah)
Note: This is what I found so far so there might be more scholars which I will add later. Feel free to edit and add more scholars.
May 27, 2017 at 21:53
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