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All Ages Concert: 👍 or 👎

Is it haram for me to go to a concert for all ages? My mother and brother agreed.

I am not homophobic and I support LGBT. How much of a sinner am I?

I’m a 16 year old female… it’s my guilty pleasure.

How do I stop listening to music?

I’m 15 and I’ve tried everything, this is taking me away from my iman and I don’t want this to happen.

Young man, unable to stop myself from sins

First, missing Salah at times, then reducing daily 5 times to only 4 or 3 even 2. Then I used to listen music again (very less that too at times), and this also changed into a daily routine of music, then finally I began missing namaz daily, then came porn and masturbution. Now I am unable to have control over these wrong deeds.

I like songs about Islam but many have instruments

Most songs contain musical instruments… what is the response of our religion about them?

How can I avoid upsetting family while not engaging in haram?

I have explained to them that I will not be engaging in the traditions such as dancing. They will not accept this and say that they will make me dance on the night. I am afraid that a scene will be created if they do so. I have explained that even to be there amongst the music, dancing and men and women being together is haraam.

Will going to a concert behind my parents’ back take me to hell?

I’m 18 and I’ve never been to a concert before, and this concert I really want to go to isn’t a dance-ish techno concert

Is all music haram?

Many people believe that music in Islam is haram because it weakens the faith of a Muslim alhamdullah. But what about Islamic songs with musical instruments?

Need answers to questions about Islam

I a muslim women who is 20 years old and practice my and love my religion. Islam brings me peace and calmness i my mind i try to avoid sins. please don’t judge me or be angered with me with my question, i just really need the answerS..

Is it haram to slow dance in front of people at my wedding?

Dancing and music is haram, but we all do it. Why should slow dancing at my wedding day be forbidden? Even if its only in front of other women? The only man present would be the groom.