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Al-Nawawi said in his book al-Adhkaar (p. 407): Our companions said: Women greeting women is like men greeting to men. But when it comes to women greeting men, if the woman is the man's wife, or his concubine, or one of his mahrams, then it is like him speaking to another man; it is mustahabb for either of them to initiate the greeting of ...


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yes it is haraam, it is not even makrooh. A woman's voice is her awra - part of her that shouldnt be revealed to men. After the prophet PBUH died, when his companions used to go to Aisha (his wife) for hadeeth, even behind curtains or closed doors she used to put her finger in her mouth to dusguise her voice. On the day of judgment, melted lead will be ...


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Answer: certainly not. When some act is sinful then Allah the Almighty in His deep knowledge and wisdom has declared anything related to it as sinful. The best example actually is Zina where even coming close to it is blamed. As for alcohol or riba a whole lot of people who are directly involved with it are blamed and also some people who are indirectly ...


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It depends on what exactly is said. Making certain statements does take one out of Islam, the method of saying them is irrelevant.


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As-salamu alaikum! The mentioned ahadith show that the prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, allowed girls to sing in his presence on the day of Eid. It was narrated that Buraydah said: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, went out on one of his military campaigns, and when he came back, a black slave woman ...


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Firstly, 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. Secondly, 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 ...


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