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selma1
06-18-2006, 09:42 PM
:sister: Salamun alaikum wa rahmutallah wa barakatuh dear my sis and brot.:)
FROM chapter 24 taghanni and music

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Music, classified as a branch of fine arts, is the art of expressing feelings and thoughts in terms of sounds and movements composed in polyphony, harmony and rhythm. It is written in Durr al-munteqa that music is a grave sin according to all revealed dins. That afterwards priests instilled music, which was prohibited by the Injil, into the Christian religion is written in detail in the fifth volume of Zarqani's (rahmat-Allahi ta'ala 'alaih) commentary to Mawahib al-laduniyya. Since a corrupted religion could not nourish their souls, they thought music had a spiritual affect, whereas in fact it is just a pleasure for the nafs.

Today's western music originated from church music. Music became a kind of worship in all corrupt religions all over the world. With music, the nafses are pleased, the voluptuous animal instincts are soothed, whilst the holy 'ibadat which nourish the soul and purify the heart are forgotten. It is written at the end of the ninetieth and ninety-ninth letters of Makatib-i Sharifa: "Do not listen to songs, to music very much. Music will kill your heart and cause mischief." And ninety-sixth letter says, "Listening to poetry increasing love for Allahu ta'ala in the heart is permissible provided that there should not be any musical instruments or sinners." Music motivates a man to lead an indolent life like that of alcoholics and drug addicts, and thus causes the kafirs to be deprived of endless bliss. To protect man against this calamity and endless disaster, Islam has made distinctions between different kinds of music and has prohibited the harmful ones.

A voice without instrumental music is called simâ' [that is, taghannî]. The human voice accompanied with instrumental music is called ghinâ' [that is, music) Ghinâ' is harâm. (Durr al-ma'ârif)

It is jâ'iz (permissible) to sing to oneself to rid oneself of boredom or worries. But it is harâm to do so to entertain others.It is haram all musical instruments.(Playing instrumental music is haram, not the instruments themselves) (Akhlâq-i alâ'î)

The term Islamic music, has no connection with Islâm.Music is the nourishment of the strong nafs, whereas it is the poison of the soul ,it becomes the qalb dark.(Durr al-maâ'rif)

It is written in Hadiqa: "It is written in the Fatwa book Tatarhaniyya: 'It is haram in every din to read with taghanni, that is, with a melodious voice, poems that satirize others or describe indecency, alcoholic drinks, and incite lust. Those things that cause harams to happen are haram, too.' One who says, 'How beautifully you have read', for something which is certainly haram becomes a kafir. The same applies for harams, such as adultery, usury, hypocrisy and drinking wine.
this topic is going on...we can reach all of it from [Link Removed] chapter 24
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Ghazi
06-18-2006, 09:44 PM
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Didn't Kadafi say don't link from that site as it has elements of sufism in it please take the link down sista.
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Isaac
06-18-2006, 09:47 PM
and what do you mean it has elements of sufism? you make it sound like its a disease. lol
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Ghazi
06-18-2006, 09:49 PM
Originally Posted by Isaac
and what do you mean it has elements of sufism? you make it sound like its a disease. lol
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By reading some of the stuff from that site you'd think too.
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Khaldun
06-18-2006, 09:52 PM
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Do not link to that website.

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