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Assalamualaikum dudes

 

Is playing the piano, the electric piano allowed in Islam? I've heard that we shouldn't play instruments that are played using strings, like guitar etc.. But what bout an electric piano?

 

Any advice'd be much appreciated :sl:

 

 

Shabeer

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Salam,

 

Wherever you read, its named as "Duf" that was played by the Arabs when the Prophet (PBUM) arrived and he didn't object it. When he came back from the Ghazwat, people played it. Please mention the source where the instruments played using strings are mentioned not to be allowed.

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Salaam.

 

I agree with the sister above. Any other instrument is not allowed.

In fact music is so haram that some scholors have even considered the Duff forbiddon.

 

Wasalaam.

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Btw wats with the dudes?

Cant sisters reply? lol

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I was reading about this Muslim Boy band "seven8six" when I came across it. It says " Some Muslims believe that string and wind instruments are haram (unlawful) and should be forbidden. "

 

I can't post the link but it was on the BBC website.. mmm yeah probably not the best source hey ^^

 

Peace :sl:

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Haha, I didn't mean it like that.. where I stay "dude" is used for girls and boys.. dude :sl:

 

Salams :sl:

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i prefer "Dudette" actually...

lol

 

Salaam.

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AA

 

what's the duff and is the eltroinc piano haram?

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