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In a recent Al Ansaar March 2011 evening broadcast hosted by Riaz Jamaal, Riaz was asked about music and answered the question in such a way that it would make one think that music is permissable. He mentioned beat boxing, and that if it is done to promote deen then it is fine. He spoke with eloquantly whilst stating that Ulama are oposed to music, it never the less is permisable. Please get the transcript of the broadcast and reply as I believe many people may have been led astray with his words. I am prepared to use my name in reply to Riaz Jamaal’s Rhetoric as you have a relationship with the station which you may not want jeopardise as there is a necessity for you to come on air in future broadcasts.

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Asked on March 22, 2011 9:34 pm
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Brother Riaz Jamal is not a authority on Deen. I cannot understand why such questions are firstly passed to him and secondly why he ventures to answer them.
Of late, Radio Al-Ansaar have taken away my slots stating that this is due to pressure from the 'Sunni' sources. Also, one director has informed me that Radio Al-Ansaar is a community Radio station and not a religious, Islaamic station whilst they have to keep all parties happy, the Shias, the Sunnis, the Tablighis , the Slaamis, the modernists, the youth, the females - they have never proclaimed to propagating Islaam.
Music is Haraam. Beat Boxing sounding like Music is Haraam. Any sound sounding like Music is Haraam.
May Allaah guide us all.
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Answered on March 22, 2011 9:34 pm