// Music, do you think it's Halal or Haram? Why or Why not?
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« on: Jun 25, 2011 10:21 PM »


EDIT: Didn't know this was a banned topic... :\
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« Reply #1 on: Jun 26, 2011 08:37 PM »

wsalam,

bro I think i mentioned this to you before, that this is a banned topic because there are many opinions on music, what constitutes music, what kinds, in what conditions etc. from the scholars. people can get very riled up about it and spout opinions professing them to be "the" opinion of islam. some ppl have even left islam because they thought if this is "THE" opinion and they couldn't deal with it. the reason we refrain from these kinds of discussions is that they should really be learned about in a scholarly environment by students of knowledge. people should seek out these imams and scholars so they can discuss these controversial topics with them in a nuanced way. i hope u understand iA

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