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Selling Audio Cassettes Of Music
Selling Audio Cassettes Of Music
To the noble Shaykh, Muhammad bin Salih bin `Uthaimin - may Allah have mercy upon him - peace and blessings of Allah upon you:
You know of the many stores opening that sell audio cassettes of music, in its various forms, so please clarify the following:
- The Islamic ruling regarding the sale of these tapes, keeping in mind that they consist of the following:
1) All kinds of wind and string instruments.
2) An invitation to lewdness and corrupt manners.
3) Base speech.
- What about listening to these kinds of tapes?
- What is the ruling regarding the profits that result from the sale of these tapes?- What about renting out a store to someone who uses it to sell music tapes?
- Do the owner of the store and the renter carry the burden of the sins of those people who buy and listen to the music tapes?
May Allah Almighty reward you well and amply.

Tags : selling, tijarat, audio cassettes, mosiqi, music
Renting Out a Store to Those Who Sell Music
Renting Out a Store to Those Who Sell Music
The following question was sent to the Committee:
We have rented out a store to a man who sublet it to another who used it for selling singing and musical cassettes. After reading that it is prohibited to rent out a place to someone who uses it for something unlawful, I told my father that we must evict the man; he asked me for proof showing that we have to evict him.

Tags : mosiqi, music, karaya per dena, renting out, haraam, unlawful
The Proofs are Clear: Singing is Unlawful
The Proofs are Clear: Singing is Unlawful
Some people suggest that the following Hadith recorded by Al-Bukhari in his Sahih should not be used to prove the prohibition of singing:
There will be from my Nation a people who will deem fornication, silk (for men), alcohol, and music to be permissible.
"There will be from my Nation a people who will deem fornication, silk (for men), alcohol, and music to be permissible."
Al-Bukhari no. 5590.
They claim that the prohibition is restricted to these four things being practiced together. Please comment on their reasoning, and may Allah Almighty reward you.

Tags : dalail, proofs, gana, singing, haraam, unlawful
This Act is Sin
This Act is Sin
There are some people who listen to music and who, when they are told of its prohibition, claim that they are not really paying attention to it and that it is just like any other background noise; others claim that they are listening to the words and not to the music? How can we refute them?

Tags : kaam, actsin, gunnah, mosiqi, music
Singing is Unlawful According to the Majority of Scholars
Singing is Unlawful According to the Majority of Scholars
In the 1403 H Rabi` Ath-Thani edition of the news-_ paper "Ukkaz," (no. 6101), I read about a Saudi singer who quit his profession upon learning that music is unlawful. Afterwards, during a journey from Cairo to Paris, he met with a learned religious scholar. They immediately took to one another, and during their conversation, the scholar was able to convince him that singing is permissible. Soon afterwards, the singer returned to his profession. Here are my questions: Based on authentic proofs from the Qur'an and Sunnah is singing permissible? If so, what about the lewd kinds of songs that are known today and that are accompanied by the use of instruments?


Tags : singing, gana, haraam, unlawful, ulama, scholars
The Ruling on Songs Instruments and those Who Permit Them
The Ruling on Songs Instruments and those Who Permit Them
There are some people in the society that not only , wrongfully listen to or play musical instruments, such as the fiddle, the lute, or drums, but who at the same time defend their actions, claiming that what they are doing is lawful. Please clarify the Islamic ruling regarding their practice.

Tags : aalaat mosiqi, songs instruments, jaiz qarar dena, permit, haraam, unlawful
Songs, Music, and Television Series
Songs, Music, and Television Series
What is the Islamic ruling regarding listening to songs and music, and to watching television series?

Tags : mosiqi, music, gany, songs, drama
Music on Television and Radio
Music on Television and Radio
Is it permissible for a Muslim to listen to singing and music? Some people reason that it must be permissible if it is aired on television and radio (i.e., in a Muslim country)?

Tags : television, radio, mosiqi, music, haraam, unlawful
Beneficial Shows that Intermittently Play Music
Beneficial Shows that Intermittently Play Music
What is the ruling regarding a beneficial show, such as the news or a commentary on the news, which is disrupted intermittently by a few seconds of music?

Tags : radio, mufeed program, beneficial shows, mosiqi, music
The Ruling on Nashid Accompanied by Drums
The Ruling on Nashid Accompanied by Drums
On certain occasions we use a kind of drum to accompany Nashid (religious songs), a practice for which some brothers have reproached us. Being that our songs contain no evil speech, is it then permissible for us to play the drum with the Nashid?

Tags : geet, song, nashid and drums, sarangi aur tabla, haraam, prohibited

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