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Sheikh Assir(salafi) Warns Sayyed Hassan And Berri

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He is a fitna stirrer and a cowardly opportunist

He may even end up dead or in prison soon

One who makes me puke is Fadel Shaker, I wouldn't mind him facing the aforementioned.

Renouncing music, calling it haram, and embracing Salafi Wahabism...encouraging his fans to do the same.

Well Assir might be a joke, Fadel Shaker is really dirt under the fingernail.

Lebanon does not have a formidable Salafi movement, though it only takes a few to resort to terrorism and make noise.

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One who makes me puke is Fadel Shaker, I wouldn't mind him facing the aforementioned.

Renouncing music, calling it haram, and embracing Salafi Wahabism...encouraging his fans to do the same.

Well Assir might be a joke, Fadel Shaker is really dirt under the fingernail.

Lebanon does not have a formidable Salafi movement, though it only takes a few to resort to terrorism and make noise.

Yes....it is disgusting isn't it.

And although I don't listen to music when I would hear Fadel Shakr on accident or just passing by I quite enjoyed his voice and style of music.....such a shame.

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Fadel shaker is wahhabi now? Lol

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Famous Lebanese singer of romance turns into strict salafi

Thursday, 15 November 2012

By AL ARABYIA

From a renowned singer whose love songs captivated thousands of fans from all over the Arab World, Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker has been seen turning into a strict Salafi who has been said to describe singing as “haram” and love as “vice.”

Earlier this year, Shaker declared his divorce of art during his participation in a demonstration in Lebanon opposing the Syrian government’s cruelty against its people, in which he was reported to announce his retirement from singing, expressing happiness that he has finally chosen “the right path.

Shaker was quoted by several news agencies at the time describing himself as a repentant Muslim, despising his former career. “Singers make happiness while they’re very sad because of their distance from God.”

‘‘I’m a Muslim man for whom Allah has shown the right path,’’ Shaker said, during an interview with Rahma TV Channel at his house in Saida, some 50 kilometers south of Beirut. He said that he quit singing to show a strong belief that art is haram (forbidden).

Following his resignation from art, Shaker has been seen in many places and media outlets with a Salafi look, abhorring singing and art in general and saying that “worshipping God” is his most time spent.

Recently, Shaker was seen participating in a funeral of two Lebanese Salafis who were killed during an armed clash with supporters of the Shiite Hezbollah party- militia in Sidon.

Shaker, who long known to the audience as a romantic artist, was seen again during the funeral with a Salafi beard, telling media outlets that his decision to quit singing was taken after several Sheikhs convinced him that art is haram (sin) and takes a man to hell.

“Singing is haram and makes God angry,” Shaker was quoted as saying.

Besides, the Lebanese singer, who has been known also as a shy person and a sensitive artist, was also seen in a photo posted on Facebook accompanying Sheikh Ahmad Alaseer, a major Salafi leader, in a boat trip.

“Haj Shaker,” as he preferred to be referred to, told Al Arabiya.net that he gave most of his time to worshipping God and defending the righteous causes of people.

http://english.alarabiya.net/articles/2012/11/15/249680.html

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Yes!

Famous Lebanese singer of romance turns into strict salafi

Thursday, 15 November 2012

By AL ARABYIA

From a renowned singer whose love songs captivated thousands of fans from all over the Arab World, Lebanese singer Fadel Shaker has been seen turning into a strict Salafi who has been said to describe singing as “haram” and love as “vice.”

Earlier this year, Shaker declared his divorce of art during his participation in a demonstration in Lebanon opposing the Syrian government’s cruelty against its people, in which he was reported to announce his retirement from singing, expressing happiness that he has finally chosen “the right path.

Shaker was quoted by several news agencies at the time describing himself as a repentant Muslim, despising his former career. “Singers make happiness while they’re very sad because of their distance from God.”

‘‘I’m a Muslim man for whom Allah has shown the right path,’’ Shaker said, during an interview with Rahma TV Channel at his house in Saida, some 50 kilometers south of Beirut. He said that he quit singing to show a strong belief that art is haram (forbidden).

Following his resignation from art, Shaker has been seen in many places and media outlets with a Salafi look, abhorring singing and art in general and saying that “worshipping God” is his most time spent.

Recently, Shaker was seen participating in a funeral of two Lebanese Salafis who were killed during an armed clash with supporters of the Shiite Hezbollah party- militia in Sidon.

Shaker, who long known to the audience as a romantic artist, was seen again during the funeral with a Salafi beard, telling media outlets that his decision to quit singing was taken after several Sheikhs convinced him that art is haram (sin) and takes a man to hell.

“Singing is haram and makes God angry,” Shaker was quoted as saying.

Besides, the Lebanese singer, who has been known also as a shy person and a sensitive artist, was also seen in a photo posted on Facebook accompanying Sheikh Ahmad Alaseer, a major Salafi leader, in a boat trip.

“Haj Shaker,” as he preferred to be referred to, told Al Arabiya.net that he gave most of his time to worshipping God and defending the righteous causes of people.

http://english.alara.../15/249680.html

Most of what is said in the article is OK and it is great to see someone repent after sinning, and very remarkable for a singer. The problem isn't in declaring music haram (which it is), the problem is that he has chosen the wrong sect in islam.

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Most of what is said in the article is OK and it is great to see someone repent after sinning, and very remarkable for a singer. The problem isn't in declaring music haram (which it is), the problem is that he has chosen the wrong sect in islam.

Much better for him to be a singer rather than a wahabi.

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