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Ash-Shaykh al-Fawzaan on filming lectures
Posted on: Friday, May 5th, 2006 @ 9:54 am
Written by/Said by: Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan
Taken from: www.sahab.net/sahab/showthread.php?threadid=323983
Ash-Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan was asked as is in tape number 59 of the explanation of Kitaab At-Tawheed and as is posted on Sahab.net:
The Question: What is the ruling of filming the lectures and conferences on the video camera for da’wah in the lands of Islaam?
The Answer: The da’wah from the time of the Prophets (عليهم الصلاة و السلام), it has existed and picture making has not been used for it. So there is no need for picture making. There is no need for picture making. The da’wah exists without picture making and something forbidden is not to be used for the purpose of da’wah. Na’am.
Question: Fadeelah Ash-Shaykh, do the pictures that appear on the television enter into this ruling?
The Answer: What removes it from this ruling? They are pictures. They are called pictures. What removes it from this? When they are on the television do we single them out (of the ruling)? We don’t single them out. No. They are severe pictures because they are in motion, pictures in motion. They are pictures. Also they remain in these films. They remain tens of years and hundreds of years. They are not like the picture which is in the mirror, an image that appears and goes away. No. This is a lasting picture. It remains and is used every time its use in wanted even after years, tens of years. Na’am. www.masjidUthaymeen.org