Pearl of Wisdom

'The Prophet (SAWA) used to greet women and they used to return his greeting. The Commander of the Faithful (AS) also used to greet women, but he used to dislike greeting young [unmarried] girls and used to say, 'I fear lest their voices may be pleasing to me, whence I would end up with more [consequence] than the reward I anticipated [from the greeting].'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
al-Kafi, v. 5, p. 535, no. 3

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Question : #221 Category: Music & Singing
Subject: ruling on ghina
Question: What is your ruling on ghina or song according to Sayed Sistani?
Answer: Singing (al-ghinã’) is harãm: doing it, listening to it, or living of it.

By “singing — al-ghinã’,” I mean an amusing statement expressed in the tunes that are suitable for those who provide entertainment and amusement.

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