If so, why?
Posted by: Ali Al-Aruri at April 11, 2012 07:53 AM (q8H7c)
The following is the response to the Q&A. The question was to “How does it fit and if it must follow the Shariah, what should be the rules on music in our Islamic State?”
In response to this the Q&A had the following as its theme:
Q: Why didn’t you use music while working in Abu Musa Al-Ashshari’s position? Why didn’t you play in the mosque?
What is the answer?
The answer is that we had always been a religious people and wanted to be like the best Muslims. To know what we must do to be more loyal to God, we only need to follow what we know from our religion and we are aware of our duty to God.
I am sorry to have to say this, but the question posed is not just for a singer or any other professional artist. It also speaks of the role of the general people and what kind of attitude they should have toward the work of their religious leader. You do not need to be a musician, you can be a good, moral example for the religion and the people. But I would not expect the people to listen to a singer.
Posted by: Al-Hayat at April 11, 2012 09:02 AM
Al-Hayat, I don’t understand. How is being a musician going to help the religion? A song isn’t just a prayer and in fact, it is a prayer that is performed without music.
Posted by: Ali Al-Aruri at April 11, 2012 10:22 AM
The question posed is not just for a singer or any other professional artist. In a society with a limited space for people to express themselves in music, it cannot be a simple question. It is a personal question that is meant only for those who live the life of a fan: those whose first thought when it comes to music is to listen to it. The question is a very simple one: How can a person who lives his religion, like me, as a Muslim be a fan of a person who has chosen a life of a secular music enthusiast?
Posted by: Nuhayman Al-Fazari at April 11, 2012 12:30 PM
Thank Nuhayman for this excellent question! I am of the opinion that a man must do what he thinks is right for the
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