Ibn Baz about Anasheed

Scholar: Imâm ´Abdul-´Azîz bin ´Abdillâh bin Bâz Source: binbaz.org.sa/mat/17946 Reference: Darulhadith, Sweden Uploader: afatwa.com (site is down) Question: Is it allowed to listen to Islâmic Anâshîd? Shaykh Ibn Bâz: No. If these Anâshîd are sound and are in accordance with the Sharî'ah and are free from sins, then they are considered as allowed.

Ibn Uthaymeen about Anasheed

Scholar: Imâm Muhammad bin Sâlih bin ´Uthaymîn Source: al-Liqâ' ash-Shahrî (11) Reference: Darulhadith, Sweden Audio and translation courtesy of afatwa.com (site is down) Question: There are some Islâmic Anâshîd that are sung together with tambourines (daff). They lead to enthusiasm and consist of good meanings. What is your opinion on it? Shaykh Ibn 'Uthaymîn: A …

A Look at Anasheeds – Dr. Saleh as Saleh

[Download PDF Here] In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful, I begin to write: In pre-Islamic and early Islamic history, anasheeds involved wholesome poems (about battle victories, wisdoms, courage, etc) chanted in an un-orchestrated fashion without the accompaniment of musical instruments, except for the duff (similar to tambourine but without bells …

The Salaf did not used to sing Anasheed and call them as “religious” – Shaykh al Albaani

Scholar: Imâm Muhammad Nâsir-ud-Dîn al-Albânî Source: As’ilah wa Fatâwâ al-Imârât (2) Reference: Darulhadith.com Translation & video: aFatwa.com (site is down) Shaykh al-Albânî: There are no doubts that poetry exists in Islâm. The messenger (sallâ Allâhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “There is poetry that most certainly is wisdom.” However, that one sings the poetry and calls it …

There is nothing in Islam called as “Religious Songs” (Qasâ’id Dîniyyah) – Shaykh al-Albaani

Scholar: Imâm Muhammad Nâsir-ud-Dîn al-Albânî Source: Silsilat-ul-Hudâ wan-Nûr (15) Reference: Darulhadith, Sweden aFatwa.com (site is down) Questioner: What is the ruling on singing religious songs (Qasâ’id Dîniyyah) aloud in the mosques during religious holidays? Shaykh al-Albânî: First and foremost, there is nothing in Islâm called as “religious songs”. Secondly, it is not allowed to disturb …

Ruling on the Nasheeds (Songs) – Shaykh al-Albaani

[53] Question: What is the ruling on the nasheeds (songs) that are circulating amongst many of the youth and which they call "Islaamic nasheeds?" Answer: If these nasheeds possess Islaamic meanings, and there aren't any stringed or musical instruments accompanying them, such as the Duff, the drum and its types, then there is no problem with …