Iranian Government: Women Are Permitted To Speak, But Must Never Sing
Because it’s “religiously forbidden” for women to sing in front of men. Maybe singing might encourage women to unveil their hair or paint their nails or wear pretty clothes. And that would bring devastating consequences upon the Islamic Republic …
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Hadith, Sahih Bukhari 5096, “[Muhammad said] The worst sin and distraction from virtue that I have left for man is woman”
Hadith, Sahih Bukhari 4.111, “Allah’s Apostle [Muhammed] said ‘If there is any evil omen in anything, then it is in the woman, the horse and the house.’”
Speaking in Isfahan on Friday, Ali Jannati said: ‘Those political currents that to seek to weaken and destroy the government offer incorrect information to religious scholars and members of parliament and distort the issue.’
He stressed that: ‘The Ministry of Guidance and Culture does not issue permits for women to sing solo.’
He added: ‘Ministry of Guidance works in adherence to Supreme Leader’s viewpoint.’
Jannati remarks followed statements by two senior clerics in Qom announcing that women cannot sing in Iran.
Nouri Hamedani and Makarem Shirazi in their lectures in Qom protested an album that had songs of a female singer, state-run news agency website Tabnak reported on February 4.
Nouri Hamedani said in his lecture: There is no problem with women talking, but ‘women singing cannot become common and we will stop it’. He continued: it is ‘religiously forbidden’ for women to sing or play musical instruments in front of men.
‘Any film, festival, book or music that is in contrast with revolutionary values will be stopped,’ he reminded.
Makarem Shirazi, another senior mullah also showed his opposition to women singers in his lecture as a matter that ’causes popular discontent’.” Source – NCRI.
Daniel 11:37-39, “Neither shall he regard the God [Yahweh] of his fathers [Abraham and Ishmael], nor the desire of women … But in his estate shall he honour the God of forces [Allah, ‘The Forceful One’] … Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory: and he shall cause them to rule over many …”
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