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Hussain Haider Bilgrami

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  1. Please can the mods delete my account? I am 100% sure of this decision
  2. This is from Shahanshah e Qawwali Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan Truly Imam Ali (عليه السلام) is our Imam and we are the Gholam of Ali (عليه السلام)
  3. إِنَّا لِلَّٰهِ وَإِنَّا إِلَيْهِ رَاجِعُونَ
  4. In both of these, he doesn't even credit Mahmoud Kareemi. I personally don't hate Nadeem Sarwar, I don't think he is a bad person, but I don't like what he is doing. The least he could've done is even just say "this is a noha initially recited by Mahmoud Kareemi"
  5. Here are a few examples: This is the original noha Here is Nadeem Sarwar's version If you click on it, you'll see that the original one has 1/10th of the amount of views that Nadeem Sarwar's son's recitation has
  6. bro you're not understanding. Also, your point about him not being famous anymore; I literally just stated (and this is a fact) that when he literally copies someone's noha his recitation gets millions of views while the original reciter is forgotten. Now, forgive me if this is wrong, I don't take hear-say for facts, but apparently he also accidentally said "cut the cr*p" during one of his recitations because my mic wasn't working, I saw a lot of people talk about this. I don't know if it's true. But anyway, just because he wears the same clothes that literally everyone wears on ashura, doesn't mean he's now a begger on the streets or something. You think he's gonna show up wearing a tie with stripes on it and a suit? How does that prove anything
  7. Yes man but in a gathering of Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) he doesn't tell them to stop. He should tell them to stop.
  8. A lot of you aren't understanding. Basically, my point is that I don't think of the dude as a very humble guy as I see him getting praised in a gathering for Imam Hussain (عليه السلام) and he doesn't even try to change the topic, and whenever he makes his own version of someone else's noha, he gets millions of views while the original noha reciter is left in the dust.
  9. Not necessarily Depends, why would you want to criticise noha?
  10. Noha isn't music, therefore not haram. Noha is recitation of the tragedies of the Ahlul Bayt.
  11. Yes but the thing is Mir Hasan Mir and Farhan Ali Waris & others are different. You see they are humble people. Nadeem Sarwar recites noha at the majlis I go to in England. Every time he is here the host of the majlis is like "Nadeem is the greatest man in this place oh how blessed we are to live in the same era as him" and Nadeem doesn't even say anything to stop him, almost as if I wants to be praised like this in a gathering for Imam Hussain (عليه السلام)????
  12. Salam Alaikum Now, I commonly listen to nohas/latimiyyats/nasheeds in multiple languages, but usually I just listen to them in my mother tongue Urdu. When you think of famous noha reciters, you may think of people like Bassim Karbalaei, or Abdolreza Helali, or Nadeem Sarwar Nadeem Sarwar is likely the most famous Urdu noha reciter and one of the most famous noha reciters in the world in fact Most Pakistani Shias have very positive views of him, and I wouldn't really say he is a bad person. However, I really think he has monopolised Ashura in a way. I want to hear other people's views on this
  13. Salam. Are there any Azerbaijani Shias here? I want to learn the language and I was just curious if anyone from Azerbaijan was on shiachat.
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