Sheikh Ahmed Al-Ghamdi publishes a song by “Talal Maddah” for permissible recreation.. He clarifies the legal regulations for attending a concert • Al-Marsad Newspaper

Al-Marsad newspaper: Sheikh Ahmed Al-Ghamdi, the former director general of the Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice in Mecca, published a tweet with a song by the late artist, Talal Maddah.

Al-Ghamdi commented on his official page on Twitter, saying: “A piece by the artist Talal Maddah, may God have mercy on him, some of the permissible recreation helps the march. He mentioned it today as a tweet by Al-Aziz Ali Al-Bakhiti.”

The owner of an account bearing the name “Abdullah” responded with a tweet to Al-Ghamdi, saying: “O Sheikh Ahmed, what are the legal regulations for attending a concert?”

Al-Ghamdi responds by saying: “The rules of moderation.” Al-Bukhari narrated on the authority of Ibn Abi Juhaifa, he said: The Prophet’s brother was between Salman and Abu al-Darda’. So Salman visited Abu al-Darda’ and saw Umm al-Darda’ dressed up and said to her: What is your business? She said: Your brother Abu al-Darda’ has no need in this world. So Abu al-Darda’ came So he made food for him and said: Eat. He said: I am fasting. He said: I will not eat until you eat. He said: So he ate. So when it was night, Abu Al-Darda’ went to get up and said: Sleep. Then he went to get up and said: Sleep. Get up now and pray, Salman said to him: Your Lord has a right over you, your soul has a right over you, and your family has a right over you, so give everyone who has a right his right. So the Prophet came and mentioned that to him, so the Prophet said: (Salman has spoken the truth).

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