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Playing loud low quality Quran recitation.
Guest posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionSalaam everyone, I recently witnessed a family member playing a video loudly on the TV of a really bad quality Quran recitation on youtube this morning. It was not an old video, therefore of lesser audio quality, but a newly uploaded video which obviously has had issues with sound being digitally set to very high with the persons voice making microphone pops in the speaker and reverb set to a extra long delay which means it was a constant stream of high frequency scratching noise in the back ground due to the low quality. I usually don't mind and even enjoy the soothing atmosphere that someone reading Quran emits. This, however, was disturbing me as it was uncomfortable and literally felt it was hurting my ears and I felt it was not properly portraying the beauty of the Quran, hence not making it sound good. I find this unlucky for the video as the person reciting is probably doing great. I asked the person to please find another video as the quality of this specific video was bothering me. This seemed to offend the person a lot and I was told to leave the room and close the door. The person took it as a some insult and I feel my faith is perceived by him to be weak somehow as he compared it to another person that is not a believer. I need help to understand what to do here. Am I wrong for wanting a clearer and better quality of audio from a video? Is it wrong that I feel disturbed that the Quran is being read with such low quality loudly? How should I talk to this person? He is older then me and his ears have started to lose a bit hearing. Thank you for your help.
Mzwakhe posted a topic in General Islamic Discussionsalam alykum wrwb, alhamdulillah who Created everything & guided it. Islam wise, education is important. Not looking to suppress but to enhance innate knowledge through the acquisition of acquired form of knowledge. Inasmuch as Islamic knowledge is important. alhamdulillah. So how come is it that those that teach at seminaries are feeding wrong type of Islam. Assuming that they qualified with wrong knowledge taken from their predecessors of which the fault is 'not theirs' per se, how to know if these lessons are legit? Some of those who embraced Islam before others are blinded by vices(kibr etc) such that when comparison is made between their deeds & Qur'an & find that what is practised is not according to the book, they become heedless & stubborn about things. eg, 'you are the sheep & am a sherperd, you can't tell me the time of Fajr, even if it's in the Qur'an!!!' So why are we taught the wrong type of Islam @ places like Al Mustapha uni. Those that qualify go on to teach what they learned. It doesn't make much difference if Muharram is the first month or not, it will remain Muharram. Yet other lessons are critical in their nature. Do we sincerely learn to apply or do we learn to be ducks & just speak about it without applying? alhamdulillah for being a slow learner. The little that is learned satiates when applied.
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