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#166 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 12:24
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so, listening to the Qir'at of a beardless Muslim is impermissible?

Could we listen to the beardless Qari on YouTube?
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#167 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 12:51
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Yes please stop listening to Qari Abdul Basit at once


Please forward to other Muslims as well with the above fatwa







(I'm not being serious above, but it's down to you if you chose to follow the fatwa above or not)
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#168 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 13:31
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Mashallah very strongly worded and hard-hitting fatwas which make complete sense. I never was able to understand how a person could be regarded as a faajir, an open transgressor of the Shariah, yet the very same people could flock to listen their speeches. As the Ulama-e-Haq say, the dunyawi speech of the Auliyah have a good effect on the heart while the Deeni speech of a faasiq carries with it Zulmat, darkness. Sadly such fatwas won't go down too well in most quarters today.

The Prophet's (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) turning his face away in disgust and keeping it turned away throughout the whole conversation with the Persian ambassador is enough to show how disgusting this practice is in reality. Again such is the sign of times today, most people would regard keeping the face turned away in disgust as against adab and akhlaq, rather than feeling genuinely distraught and horrified over the abomination of the clean-shaven face.
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#169 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 14:01
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I thought your diasgrements with the brother Arslan is regarding Mufti A.S. Desai's behavior and not fatwah.

But you cause doubts. Do other scholars differ with the Mufti A.S. Desai's fatwah? I dunno. If they do, then whom fatwah I should follow I dunno this too.

Here I find something similar.
www.masjideumar.co.nz/prophet/question-can-we-listen-such...

But still I dunno if this imply we should not listen to beardless Qari on YouTube.
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#170 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 14:10

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Respected Sister,

You need to be consistent in your stance on issues:

  1. You have a problem with people interacting on froums with members of opposite gender and PM which isn't as straight forward and cut out as you think it is and it is clearly permitted by many Scholars based on conditions and circumstances
  2. and YET you have some doubts about men with no Beards which is absolutely against Hadeeth, HARAM by consensus (except for Shaf''aes who consider it Makrooh) but NO SCHOLAR has ever permitted shaving the beard in the history of Islam

Doesn't make any sense, where do you seek your Islamic knowledge from and which Scholars do you get your Fatwaas from?

???

Shaykh (Qari) Abdul-Basit (RA) has passed away and may Allah (SWT) forgive his sins and grant him Jannatul-Firdaus (Ameen).

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#171 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 14:26
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My comment was a sarcastic one, probably one I shouldn't have made as well. But that's why I put a disclaimer at the bottom in brackets.

I'm sorry if I caused confusion, it shouldn't have, my opinion doesn't matter at all regardless as its an unqualified one.





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#172 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 14:51
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I don't have any doubts that it's haram for a man to cut his beard. As it has been stated by fuqaha.

But I was asking about listening to the Qirat of beardless Qari, as your comments imply that we can listen to them, but Fatwah seems to imply otherwise. That's why I'm confused and asking if there's any difference of opinion among scholars regarding listening to beardless Qari being impermissible.

If you and respected brother Arslan don't know then to get clarification I'll ask respected Mufti Abu Hajirah. In sha Allah.
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#173 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 15:14
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I feel like face palming myself.

Sister Maria, as said previously my comments do not hold any value whatsoever.

Secondly I have neither implied anything in regards to the fatwa or the content. May Allah give Mufti Desai 'afiya' in all his affairs in this world and the next. I didn't say nothing in regards to the content but in regards to the manner he put it across.

I hope that has cleared things up for you, if your still confused then yes ask Mufti Abu Hajira and hopefully he will be able to explain things better to you.
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#174 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 15:35
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Hadhrat, she never said she had doubts regarding the hurmat of shaving the beard. Her doubt is with regards to whether or not one can listen to a clean-shaven qari.

Ameen to your du'aa at the end.
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#175 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 15:38
From the opening post:

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I will try to find more inspiring stories regarding the Beard and put them here.


This thread was dedicated to inspiration etc, there are other threads on the beard where we can discuss these things. Please try to stick to the intended reason of the thread.

Jazakallahu khairan to all.
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#176 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 16:04
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Absolutely and positively not what I said or intended so you have misunderstood.
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#177 [Permalink] Posted on 24th February 2014 16:19
Apologies for the misunderstanding then.

JazakAllah.

Wassalaam.

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#178 [Permalink] Posted on 10th June 2014 23:28
What is the first thing a man has to do to become Homosexual?
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#179 [Permalink] Posted on 11th June 2014 00:00
The irony of clean shaving

Every time a man shaves his beard to appear younger, he reveals an increasingly older face underneath.
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#180 [Permalink] Posted on 11th June 2014 00:09
Why is it called clean shaven, when it looks so disgusting?
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