Al-Azhar settles the controversy .. Don’t hear Asalas “Rafqa” song | news

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Al-Azhar’s response to the recent controversy surrounding Asala’s latest song, “Rafqa”, which many accused of quoting words from the hadith of the Prophet, “Take good care of women.”

The Islamic Research Council at Al-Azhar called for not listening or promoting any song that includes quotations from the hadiths of the Prophet, given that this matter is not appropriate for the status of prophethood or the position of the prophets, and it is not permissible according to Shariah that which may wear the performance of songs and stick to them in matters that contradict the majesty of the prophethood.

Al-Azhar statement

The council said, in a statement that it followed what some media outlets and social media circulated about the song, explaining that the quotation from the prophetic hadith, or a sentence from it to become part of a song, is not befitting the status of prophethood or the position of the prophets, and it is not permissible according to Sharia for what may be worn. Performing songs and sticking to them from things incompatible with the majesty of prophethood.

The Synod advised all Muslims not to be subjected to hearing such songs, singing about them, or promoting them, and they should know that they are commanded to reverence and honor the Great Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, and to raise his status and standing and distance him from his honorable conversations from the arenas of entertainment and amusement.

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