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Pop Stars in the Musjid



An international pop star was allowed to play his music in a Musjid. Though he was only given a few seconds, he got immediately on the act and used his time to the full.

His complete band played along while he sang some lines from his latest release. There was a mixed response from those present. While most of the congregation were enraged, some did not seem bothered. After all, they also had pop bands playing …on their CELLPHONES, as ringtones.



This is unfortunately the tragic situation in most Musjids: Pop bands have played in the houses of Allah. In fact, as unthinkable as it may have been previously, music is often played around the Ka'ba and right in front of the Rowdah Mubaruk (mausoleum) of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa sallam), albeit from a cellphone.



In a Hadith Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wa sallam) warned: ‘If my Ummah (community) becomes involved in 15 aspects, calamities and hardships will befall them.’ Among the 15 is when music and musical instruments will become rife in the Ummah.


When even the Musjids have not been spared from music, what doubt can there be that this is a significant contributing factor in drawing down calamities? Adopt a plain non-musical, ringing tone.


Al Haadi, vol 13, no. 3

Hadeeth Newsflash

Reported by Jundub bin `Abdullah (RA): The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said, "Once someone said: `By Allah! Allah will not forgive such and such (a person).' Thereupon Allah, the Exalted and the Glorious, said: `Who is he who takes an oath in My Name that I will not grant pardon to so-and-so? I have granted pardon to so-and-so and rendered your good deeds fruitless.''' [Muslim]

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