Sayyidina Muhammad Ibn Mubarak Kirmani (mureed of Khwaja Fariduddin Ganjshakar), writes in Siyar Al-Awliya that Sultan-ul-Mashaikh (Nizamuddin Auliya) says,
Sima’ (to listen to Qawwali) is permissible if a few conditions are met.
(1) The person saying the Qawwali must be an adult and not a child or a female.
(2) The listener must only listen to everything ...
First of all listening to music is itself a sin.
It is second thing that you are going to add lyrics. You are going to help promote the music in this way. Its bigger than listening to music because you are going to promote a sin.
Imraan Bin Husain (radhiyallahu anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: "In this Ummah will be ...
You may be reading too much into the situation.
It could very well be a form of punishment for a sin (I am making the assumption here that the singers and actors you are referring to get involved in works that are not permissible Islamically) as Allah ﷻ has informed us that punishment for our bad deeds may be brought forward to this world:
The author of this khutba mixed a few things there are indeed many narrations starting with a wording like (I will only list my findings on sunnah.com):
This Community will experience the swallowing up of some people by the earth, the metamorphosis of some into animals ...
or similar, but they don't agree with the later part you may find it ...
Al-Quran 07:32.Say (O Muhammad S.A.W): "Who has forbidden the adoration with clothes given by Allah, which He has produced for his slaves, and At-Taiyibat [all kinds of Halal (lawful) things] of food?" Say: "They are, in the life of this world, for those who believe, (and) exclusively for them (believers) on the Day of Resurrection (the disbelievers will not ...
Let me start with an example. Just because Heroin and Cocaine weren't there at the time of Prophet(pbuh), it doesn't mean it isn't covered by Shari'ah. Since they too turn the people insane just like alcohol, they are automatically condemned.
Sunan Ibn Majah 4020
It was narrated from Abu Malik Ash’ari that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ)said:
“People among my ...
Definition: Music includes sounds and songs which take the human to a world that he
cannot explain about. It dominates the human's nerves in a way that
sometimes makes him cry and some other times makes him laugh,
sometimes makes the human organs move unconsciously, sometimes excites
love and passion and sometimes makes a slave out of the human and ...
First of all, it is known that when in islam Musical instruments are considered Haram, thats because of the RHYTHM and Musical TUNES created by those instruments.
So, Logically, if nasheeds have similarity with tunes and music, then they are surely considerd a form of music. But this is just my personal view and i am not a scholar. ...
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Being a software engineer, i am also now days having an offer of a related project, and i am trying my best to avoid it, and i believe supporting any sin is as bad as the sin itself...
And ALlah says in Quran:
"Indeed, those who like that immorality(فواحش) should be spread [or
publicized] among believers will have a painful
punishment in this world ...
It seems that your quote is a part of a longer hadith which can be found in Musnad Ahamd (Musnad al-Ansar on the authority of abu Ummamah) and in at-Tabarni's al-Mu'jam al-Kabir. Abu Bakr al-Haythami quoted it in his majma' az-Zawaaid مجمع الزاوئد ومنبع الفوائد without giving a qualification.
So yes the hadith exists. However both narrations I could ...
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’ ...
All perfect praise be to Allah
So, when you have concluded to it being haraam (which is right conclusion), you should treat these things as HARAAM....
Let me tell you a hadees, about something whihc is haraam on men, but not on women.
The Prophet (peace be on him) once saw a gold ring on a man's hand. He
immediately took it from him and threw it down ...
The bell is the musical instrument of the Satan.
Abu Bakr came to my house while two small Ansari girls were singing
beside me the stories of the Ansar concerning the Day of Buath. And
they were not singers. Abu Bakr said protestingly, "Musical
instruments of Satan in the house of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) !" It
If you waste all of your time on instrument or playing video games or sleeping etc. it is not allowed. Muslims have daily jobs and they can not live like plants. If you only playing an instrument as hobby it is not problem, you can go on and try to stay away from woman voice, especially sensual woman voice when you playing or listening music.
Also you can ...
The Quran does not prohibit musical instruments in any explicit or non-explicit sense.
The issue is disputed through secondary sources as per alleged sayings of Rasulullah.
Muslims throughout the ages have differed on the issue of instruments because of the multiplicity of narrations reaching us and their authenticity not being 100% established.
Not every kind of music is called "HARAM". What makes a music "HARAM" is not who songs or who plays music. It is the feeling and somehow the imagination that comes through it. For example in Iran, According to Ruhullah Khomeini's thoughts, a music that is made to honor the ones who lost their bodies in war for islam, is halal. But the music which ...
There is difference between music and song. Musical instruments are haraam not songs. Songs without music, without wrong intention and without wrong content is allowed in Islam.
Azaan is not really a song. It is offered melodiously to call people for prayer.
See this fatwa to read more about this:
What is the ruling on Singing the ...
There seems to be unanimous consensus that music is haraam across most mainstream schools of thought, Shia or Sunni.
However I think that may not be the intent of your question; Rather I can surmise that your question is that if music makes one think of God, should it be allowed?
There are two aspects to this question: the legalistic one and the "hikmah" ...
I'm not a scholar, but I will answer this question from the perspective of the general understandings of:
Halal vs. Haram.
Genuine vs. fake.
Being open and truthful vs. being deceptive.
Income/accolades/admiration earned through genuine physical/mental effort vs. through faking/lying.
First of all, what is Auto-Tune (sometimes spelled as Auto-Tuner), from ...
Please go to this link http://www.islamicstudies.info/literature/halal-haram/halal-haram.php?id=16 . According to the writer, Singing and Music are permitted as long as it doesn't make you indifferent about your religious obligations and certain conditions are met.
On the other hand, go to this link http://www.inter-islam.org/Prohibitions/Mansy_music.htm . ...
According to Mufti Menk, most scholars agree with one another that music today is haraam for it encourages dirty words, sexual bodily movements and bad actions. That when some scholars of the past have said that music is ok; they meant music of the past not the music that's around today. Those involved in the musical industry (ie Madonna, Elton John etc) are ...
From Shia-Islam view: (E.g. according to Ayatollah Khamenei, as a famous Marja'-al-Taqlid of Shia):
A music is considered as a Haram Music that --according to Urf
(custom)-- to be regarded as a Music of "لهوی مضل عن سبیل الله
(Pleasure which is deceptive from the way of Allah)" that is suitable
with debauchery/luxury meetings or parties; and there ...