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Title: The View of Contemporary Songs and Music among Muslim Students: a Case Study in KUIM
Authors: Siti Sarah Binti Abdul Rashid
Keywords: Music--Religious aspects--Islam
tes FKP 2004 .S5857
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: From the study conducted, art is a branch of culture. Thus, the writer works hard in order to know the Islamic perspective on songs and music. For a better understanding, the writer has given the scope of study only towards KUIM students. In order to get data and information, some research methods and techniques have been used, such as observation, surveys, looking into documents and references in libraries, for example, UM, UKM and the National Library. The findings of this research show that KUIM students are young adults who are not exempted from listening to music. However, the majority of the students here prefer songs and music on da'wah. The findings of this research also show that Islam allows entertainment in the form of songs and music if forbidden factors in Islam can be avoided. Some of the factors include songs or music that can make ummah to daydream or fantasize from doing their obligations and the content of the song should not dishonor Allah and His Prophet.
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