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“Is it permissible for the woman to allow men to hear her voice with the recitation of Qur'aan?”<o:p></o:p>
Answered by Ash-Shaikh Al-Albaanee<o:p></o:p>
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anslated by Aqeel Walke
From As-Silsilah as-Salafiyyah li-Ihyaa'i Sunani Khayril-Bariyyah
(Sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam)
Question: Is it permissible for the woman to allow men to hear her
voice with the recitation of the Qur'aan?
Answer: Verily all praise is due to Allaah. We praise Him, far
removed is He from imperfections, and we seek His forgiveness, and
we seek refuge with Allaah from the evils of our souls and the
wrongdoings of our actions. Whoever Allaah guides there is none who
can misguide him, and whoever He misguides there is none who can
guide him. I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship
except Allaah alone, Who has no partner, and I bear witness that
Muhammad is His slave and Messenger.
"O you who believe! Fear Allaah as He deserves to be feared and do
not die except as Muslims." (Aal 'Imraan:102)
"O mankind! Fear your Lord, Who created you all from a single soul,
and He created from that soul its spouse, and from these two He
scattered numerous men and women. And fear Allaah, by Whom you ask
your mutual rights between you, and remember the wombs (i.e. keep
good relations with your relatives). Verily Allaah is an Ever
Watcher over you." (An-Nisaa':1)
"O you who believe! Fear Allaah and say a word that is right. He
will make your deeds righteous for you, and He will forgive you for
your sins. And whoever obeys Allaah and His Messenger, then indeed
he has achieved a tremendous success." (Al-Ahzaab:71-70)
The previous question is regarding a teacher of recitation (of the
Qur'aan) if he teaches women by way of the telephone, then they
recite and they allow the teacher (who is a man) to hear their
voices. So the ruling is just as if he heard their voices from
behind the curtain and he does not see their bodies.
So the Fitnah (evil temptation) may occur in two ways:
(1) He hears their voices by way of the sound producing organs and
the air without the usage of these phone cords (i.e. he directly
hears her voice), or (2) by way of the phone wires. The voice is the
(same) voice of the woman itself.
And the voice of the woman is not considered 'Awrah (that which must
be concealed of her body). This is contrary to what is popularly
known among the people. However, it is conditional in this regard
that her voice be the natural type of voice (i.e. not sweet and
seductive or beautified).
In reference to her reciting with Ghunnah (a nasal sound used with
the letter 'Noon' when it has a 'Sakoon' over it in Tajweed), and
Iqlaab (changing the sound of a letter to the sound of the letter
written above it, as done in Tajweed), and Idh-haar (clear
pronunciation of the letter 'Noon' when it has a 'Sakoon' over it in
certain cases in Tajweed), and so forth and so on, and the natural
Madd (elongation in Tajweed), and the Muttasil (connected) and the
Munfasil (disconnected), and this is Tajweed (making the recitation
nice by following certain rules of pronunciation of letters during
recitation). And then there comes the Prophet's (Sallallaahu 'alayhi
wa sallam) statement: "Whoever does not beautify his voice with the
Qur'aan then he is not of us."*
Therefore it is not appropriate that this be done (by women) in
front of the men at all. Regardless of whether that is by way of
broadcast (i.e. radio) or by way of the telephone.
The Shaikh, the 'Allaamah, the Hadeeth scholar of the Islamic lands:
Muhammad Naasir ud-Deen Al-Albaanee (Rahimahullaah)
* It was reported from Sa'eed bin Abee Sa'eed that he said that the
Messenger of Allaah (Sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said, "He is not
from us, who does not beautify his voice with the (recitation of the) Qur'aan."
Ash-Shaikh Al-Albaanee said that it is Saheeh. Saheeh Abee Daawud,
Kitaab us-Salaah, Baab: Istihbaab ut-Tarteel fil-Qiraa'ah (2/74),
hadeeth 1469. And hadeeth 1471 from the narration of Abee Lubaabah
and the Shaikh (Rahimahullaah) said that it is Hasan Saheeh.
Also see Al-Bukhaaree, Kitaab ut-Tawheed, Baab: Qawl Allaahi
Ta'aalaa: "And make your speech secret or proclaim it aloud, verily
He (Allaah) is All-Knowing of that which is in the chests. Does He
not know, the One Who created, and He is the Most Subtle, the Most-
Aware?" (Al-Mulk:13-14) From a hadeeth reported by Abee Hurayrah.
It was also recorded by Ahmad, Ibn Hibbaan and Al-Haakim on the
authority of Sa'd, and Al-Haakim also recorded it on the authority
of Ibn 'Abbaas. At-Tabaraanee recorded it in Al-Kabeer on the
authority of Abee Lubaabah and on the authority of Ibn 'Abbaas.
The Prophet's statement in the hadeeth, "He is not of us", this
means he is not from those who act according to our Sunnah and
traverse upon our path. This was said by Al-Manaawee in Al-Faydh.
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