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(salam)

my sister wants to marry and she wants to make an islamic wedding plz tell me sites with islamic music if you know some.

i dont know a site :(

and her wedding is in may plz help me

wsalam

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Selam alaycom,

Here it is common for ladies to read mawlid. There are tapes for happy occasions called milad, farah or jelawat. If you are looking for Arabic tapes, try Bassem Karbalaie, Aba Dhurr al Helawaji or Nizar al Qatari. Most of these tapes can be bought in Bahrain or Kuwait. Where are you?

Peace,

Um Ali

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(salam)

i am in germany here i cant buy cassettes like these

@ ridah zainab what is religious qawali

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They are religious lyrics to the beat of drums and accordion. But they are used for entertainment so i dont know if they are allowed. Men dance to them so wouldnt that render them impermissible :unsure: ?

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my sister wants to marry and she wants to make an islamic wedding plz tell me sites with islamic music if you know some.

i dont know a site :(

(salam)

Zain Bhika's "Wedding Song" (english)

there's some in urdu if you're intrested.

A really good one I hjeard was at an Arabic wedding, Im trying to look for it. It goes "hey, la illaha illalah" and mantiones something about a wedding.

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oo i know a really nice 1 read by a american dude.. its a english nasheed.. o i gotta find first.. get bak to ya :D

yeah widad, its zain.. okay i`ll find the site

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(salam)

thnx abdulhujjah the site is very beautiful

and to the others thnx too

:D

@ widad and sana abbas when u find the site tell me plz

thnx again to all ^_^

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(salam)

salam sis monayya..i guess im kinda late.... :unsure:

well try 'Ali ki sath zehra ki shadi hain' thats in urdu!

wsalam

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sounds interesting...do you have a link for it sis fatima batool?

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trust me its nice sis shireen!

thanx for appreciating ^_^

all i knw that its read by meer hassan yr 2003-2004

hope you find it. ^_^

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You could play some Islamic Rap. Tell me what country your in and i'll shout out if I know any Muslim MC's there.

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(salam)

i am in germany i know here some islamic rapper but i dont want islamic rap on a wedding :D

islamic rap for an islamic wedding :P

good idea very sweet :!!!:

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Selam alaycom,

The link br Abdul Hujjah posted: check out #1: Aba Tharr al Halawaji. He's got a sweet/happy voice, makes a nice mood for wedding. Bassem Karbalaie is good as well.

Peace,

Um Ali

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Selam alaycom,

Bassem does latmiyya, dua, ziyara.......one of my favorites.

Peace,

Um Ali

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(bismillah)

Salaamun 'Alaikum..

Do all maraja' allow this kind of music? Is the term islamic music an oxymoron, ur thoughts please? (I'm sorry if this thread is being hijacked. If so, please let let me know)

Your Brother in Islam,

Wa'alaikum as-Salaam

PS. Khala Jlainqatar that Abu Dharr sounds nice...awalana muhammad, awsatuna muhammad... :)

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(bismillah)

(salam)

Isn't all kinds of music that use instruments (except for drums and a few others) haram??

Thus that would make the wedding music haram even though it is speaking of religious things.

I am referecening to the link posted by Abdulhujjah. I've always thought that this type of music was haram.

I would appreciate some clarification.

Wa'salam

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Selam alaycom,

The links br. AH posted were not music. They are islamic anasheed. You all should know his position on music by now. He wouldn't post songs.

Br. Rabkabt as Safina:

Abu Dharr is my kids' favorite. That particular tape is called Tagharid al Farah 2. (tagharid is the sound of the birds' song, farah is happiness) Volume one was on his site: www.abather.com, which has been down for awhile now. He is going to make a tape inshalla for each one of the imams. I can't wait until the next one comes out! (His dua tawassul is excellent as well Dua Tawassul flash read by Abu Dharr

Peace,

Um Ali

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(bismillah)

(salam)

Sorry about being a pain about this but I really need some clarification here. Can you please explain to my why this does not qualify as music? And how it is halal? Even though the words being spoken are islamic, there is still music in the background. Am I missing something here?

Thank you for the explanation.

Wa'salam.

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(bismillah)

(salam)

Sis JLAin Qatar i want to download the dua to burn it on cd it was lovely Alhamdulillah thank you sis :D do u know how ii can get it to real player? Thank you xxx

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Selam alaycom,

Sis Fiza, sorry, I'm the official shiachat audio files klutz. You'll have to ask sis wilayah or br ya aba.

Peace,

Um Ali

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From Sayyed Seestani:

536. Music that is permissible is the music that does not entail entertainment in gatherings held for that purpose. Forbidden music is the music that is suitable for entertainment and amusement gatherings.

548. Question: Is it permissible to listen to religious songs in praise of Ahlul Bayt (a.s.) that are accompanied with music?

Answer: Songs (al-ghinã’) are harãm absolutely. However, singing praise [of the Prophet or the Ahlul Bayt] that is sung with a good tune but is not in ghinã’ form is without problem.

As for the music, it would be allowed, if it is not suitable for entertainment and amusement gatherings.

547. Question: Just as many questions are asked about halãl and harãm music, many questions are asked about halãl and harãm songs.

Is it correct to say that harãm songs are those that arouse sexual, lustful urges and promote unstable and degrading behaviour?

Is it correct to say that songs that do not arouse lustful desires, but elevate the souls and thoughts to lofty levels like religious songs of praise dedicated to the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) and the Imams (a.s.), or the songs that lift the spirits and morale [of the fighters] and the like are halãl songs?

Answer: All songs (al-ghinã’) are harãm. Based on the definition that we accept, al-ghinã’ is the entertaining expression by way of tunes that are common to those who provide entertainment and amusement.In this prohibition, we should include the recitation of the Holy Qur’ãn, supplications (du‘ãs), and songs of praise of Ahlul Bayt (a.s.) uttered to the accompaniment of those tunes [that are used by the entertainers]. The prohibition of reciting other non-entertaining expressions —like songs intended to lift the morale [of fighters]— is based on compulsory precaution.

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