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The Islamic Ruling on Music and Singing

The legality of music and singing in the Islamic shari’ah (the divinely-revealed law) is an issue which is hotly debated among individuals and scholars in Islamic societies of our present day. Arriving at the correct view requires unbiased, scholarly research of the available literature which must be supported by authentic, decisive proof. A considerable amount […]

  • Abu Bilal Mustafa Al-Kanadi
  • Bilal M Kanadi & broths
  • 1998
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The Islamic Ruling on Music and Singing
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    The legality of music and singing in the Islamic shari’ah (the divinely-revealed law) is an issue which is hotly debated among individuals and scholars in Islamic societies of our present day. Arriving at the correct view requires unbiased, scholarly research of the available literature which must be supported by authentic, decisive proof. A considerable amount has been said and written both for and against this subject, and the proliferation of doubt and confusion necessitates another more critical, meticulous analysis and assessment of this whole matter, in order for one to come to a clear, decisive conclusion which leaves not the least bit of doubt in the mind of the reader. In hope of achieving such a difficult and lofty goal, writer has applied a distinctive method which he trust, by Allah’s leave, will succeed in achieving these treasured aims and objectives.

     

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    • Abu Bilal Mustafa Al-Kanadi
    • Bilal M Kanadi & broths
    • 1998
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