After stopping the external amplifiers of mosques .. “Al-Shathry” responds to whom

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He emphasized that this might be a reason to make people go early to pray in the mosque

The advisor at the Royal Court and member of the Council of Senior Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Saad bin Nasser Al-Shathri, answered a question after turning off the external loudspeakers of mosques, which was directed to him by the announcer of Al-Majd satellite channel, from one of the callers named “Faisal”, who asked for guidance when the homes are far away. The speakers are off, and the women are at home.

In detail, Sheikh “Al-Shathri” explained in the “Enough Answer” program on the “Al-Majd satellite” channel, saying: “This issue is one of the issues of consideration and diligence, and issues of consideration and ijtihad in which the matter is up to the owner of the mandate in it, and therefore if something is issued by the guardian in it, it must be heard. and obedience, and that is why our commandment to everyone is to draw closer to God – the Exalted and Glorified – by hearing and obeying in such matters, and it is not permissible for a person to overrule the ruler.”

Al-Shathri added: “If it is for special reasons, as the questioning brother Faysal mentioned, then he must apply to the competent authority, explain the situation to them, and introduce them to it. If they exclude him from the general matter, then his purpose is achieved, and if they do not exclude him, the matter is up to them. This is the rule of Sharia in matters of ijtihad. That it be returned to the guardian, lest it harm the conditions of the people, and cause a great deal of discord and strife in it.”

Sheikh Al-Shathri asked: “What is the interest of the imam or the muezzin who disagrees? Then his consequence is his dismissal from the imam or the call to prayer, and that entails penalties for him or others, and then there is no interest in such a thing.”

Sheikh Al-Shathry indicated that this also preoccupies the means of public communication on this issue, which is its reference to the owner of a mandate, and not from the occasion, but from the reference in it. Pointing out that if a person has a note, diligence, opinion, recommendation, or attempt to persuade, he should communicate with the official, and try to persuade him. Everyone wants it not to put pressure on the person responsible; So it responds to that pressure.

And he stressed that this is not one of the legal methods of dealing with the owners of the states, but rather what is meant is for the holder of the guardianship to do what is best in favor of God Almighty.

Sheikh Al-Shathri added, “If we said I had an opinion or a proposal, or I had special reasons that I conveyed to the official, and he was convinced, and therefore the request for reward and reward for that, he was remunerated. As for trying to pressure the owners of the mandates by speaking a lot or addressing issues in the media, or by the presence of demonstrations, or otherwise. This is not part of the legal method at all.”

And he showed that the legal approach made the guardian draw closer to God – the Mighty and Sublime – with what he sees as the best and closest to God – the Exalted and Majestic -; Therefore, the will for the one who has an opinion is to write the responsible and draw close to God – glory and majesty – with that. As for occupying the public media, and agitating individuals against the guardian, it is not in the legitimate interest, and it is not in accordance with the legal directives in this section.

Sheikh Al-Shathri recommended to the questioner “Faisal” that if he had his mosque and its privacy, they wrote about it and explained the reasons for it. If they obtained a special license in this regard, then it is appropriate to do so, and if they did not obtain it, then what they desire in terms of reward and reward will be achieved for them.

Al-Shathry concluded by saying: “Patients and others can listen to Qur’anic verses through multiple means, and the means, thanks to God – Glory and Exalted – in many and multiple channels and recordings, and they can listen to Qur’anic verses through them, and so this may also be a reason to make people They go early to the mosques, and attend them early so that they do not miss the prayer, and then good results follow, and then what is meant is that distracting the mandate-holders in the media or public means of communication is not an appropriate matter, and it is not one of the things that achieve the interest.”


After turning off the external loudspeakers of mosques, “Al-Shathri” responds to those who condemn the decision

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The advisor at the Royal Court and member of the Council of Senior Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Saad bin Nasser Al-Shathri, answered a question after turning off the external loudspeakers of mosques, which was directed to him by the announcer of Al-Majd satellite channel, from one of the callers named “Faisal”, who asked for guidance when the homes are far away. The speakers are off, and the women are at home.

In detail, Sheikh “Al-Shathri” explained in the “Enough Answer” program on the “Al-Majd satellite” channel, saying: “This issue is one of the issues of consideration and diligence, and issues of consideration and ijtihad in which the matter is up to the owner of the mandate in it, and therefore if something is issued by the guardian in it, it must be heard. and obedience, and that is why our commandment to everyone is to draw closer to God – the Exalted and Glorified – by hearing and obeying in such matters, and it is not permissible for a person to overrule the ruler.”

Al-Shathri added: “If it is for special reasons, as the questioning brother Faysal mentioned, then he must apply to the competent authority, explain the situation to them, and introduce them to it. If they exclude him from the general matter, then his purpose is achieved, and if they do not exclude him, the matter is up to them. This is the rule of Sharia in matters of ijtihad. That it be returned to the guardian, lest it harm the conditions of the people, and cause a great deal of discord and strife in it.”

Sheikh Al-Shathri asked: “What is the interest of the imam or the muezzin who disagrees? Then his consequence is his dismissal from the imam or the call to prayer, and that entails penalties for him or others, and then there is no interest in such a thing.”

Sheikh Al-Shathry indicated that this also preoccupies the means of public communication on this issue, which is its reference to the owner of a mandate, and not from the occasion, but from the reference in it. Pointing out that if a person has a note, diligence, opinion, recommendation, or attempt to persuade, he should communicate with the official, and try to persuade him. Everyone wants it not to put pressure on the person responsible; So it responds to that pressure.

And he stressed that this is not one of the legal methods of dealing with the owners of the states, but rather what is meant is for the holder of the guardianship to do what is best in favor of God Almighty.

Sheikh Al-Shathri added, “If we said I had an opinion or a proposal, or I had special reasons that I conveyed to the official, and he was convinced, and therefore the request for reward and reward for that, he was remunerated. As for trying to pressure the owners of the mandates by speaking a lot or addressing issues in the media, or by the presence of demonstrations, or otherwise. This is not part of the legal method at all.”

And he showed that the legal approach made the guardian draw closer to God – the Mighty and Sublime – with what he sees as the best and closest to God – the Exalted and Majestic -; Therefore, the will for the one who has an opinion is to write the responsible and draw close to God – glory and majesty – with that. As for occupying the public media, and agitating individuals against the guardian, it is not in the legitimate interest, and it is not in accordance with the legal directives in this section.

Sheikh Al-Shathri recommended to the questioner “Faisal” that if he had his mosque and its privacy, they wrote about it and explained the reasons for it. If they obtained a special license in this regard, then it is appropriate to do so, and if they did not obtain it, then what they desire in terms of reward and reward will be achieved for them.

Al-Shathry concluded by saying: “Patients and others can listen to Qur’anic verses through multiple means, and the means, thanks to God – Glory and Exalted – in many and multiple channels and recordings, and they can listen to Qur’anic verses through them, and so this may also be a reason to make people They go early to the mosques, and attend them early so that they do not miss the prayer, and then good results follow, and then what is meant is that distracting the mandate-holders in the media or public means of communication is not an appropriate matter, and it is not one of the things that achieve the interest.”


He emphasized that this might be a reason to make people go early to pray in the mosque

The advisor at the Royal Court and member of the Council of Senior Scholars, Sheikh Dr. Saad bin Nasser Al-Shathri, answered a question after turning off the external loudspeakers of mosques, which was directed to him by the announcer of Al-Majd satellite channel, from one of the callers named “Faisal”, who asked for guidance when the homes are far away. The speakers are off, and the women are at home.

In detail, Sheikh “Al-Shathri” explained in the “Enough Answer” program on the “Al-Majd satellite” channel, saying: “This issue is one of the issues of consideration and diligence, and issues of consideration and ijtihad in which the matter is up to the owner of the mandate in it, and therefore if something is issued by the guardian in it, it must be heard. and obedience, and that is why our commandment to everyone is to draw closer to God – the Exalted and Glorified – by hearing and obeying in such matters, and it is not permissible for a person to overrule the ruler.”

Al-Shathri added: “If it is for special reasons, as the questioning brother Faysal mentioned, then he must apply to the competent authority, explain the situation to them, and introduce them to it. If they exclude him from the general matter, then his purpose is achieved, and if they do not exclude him, the matter is up to them. This is the rule of Sharia in matters of ijtihad. That it be returned to the guardian, lest it harm the conditions of the people, and cause a great deal of discord and strife in it.”

Sheikh Al-Shathri asked: “What is the interest of the imam or the muezzin who disagrees? Then his consequence is his dismissal from the imam or the call to prayer, and that entails penalties for him or others, and then there is no interest in such a thing.”

Sheikh Al-Shathry indicated that this also preoccupies the means of public communication on this issue, which is its reference to the owner of a mandate, and not from the occasion, but from the reference in it. Pointing out that if a person has a note, diligence, opinion, recommendation, or attempt to persuade, he should communicate with the official, and try to persuade him. Everyone wants it not to put pressure on the person responsible; So it responds to that pressure.

And he stressed that this is not one of the legal methods of dealing with the owners of the states, but rather what is meant is for the holder of the guardianship to do what is best in favor of God Almighty.

Sheikh Al-Shathri added, “If we said I had an opinion or a proposal, or I had special reasons that I conveyed to the official, and he was convinced, and therefore the request for reward and reward for that, he was remunerated. As for trying to pressure the owners of the mandates by speaking a lot or addressing issues in the media, or by the presence of demonstrations, or otherwise. This is not part of the legal method at all.”

And he showed that the legal approach made the guardian draw closer to God – the Mighty and Sublime – with what he sees as the best and closest to God – the Exalted and Majestic -; Therefore, the will for the one who has an opinion is to write the responsible and draw close to God – glory and majesty – with that. As for occupying the public media, and agitating individuals against the guardian, it is not in the legitimate interest, and it is not in accordance with the legal directives in this section.

Sheikh Al-Shathri recommended to the questioner “Faisal” that if he had his mosque and its privacy, they wrote about it and explained the reasons for it. If they obtained a special license in this regard, then it is appropriate to do so, and if they did not obtain it, then what they desire in terms of reward and reward will be achieved for them.

Al-Shathry concluded by saying: “Patients and others can listen to Qur’anic verses through multiple means, and the means, thanks to God – Glory and Exalted – in many and multiple channels and recordings, and they can listen to Qur’anic verses through them, and so this may also be a reason to make people They go early to the mosques, and attend them early so that they do not miss the prayer, and then good results follow, and then what is meant is that distracting the mandate-holders in the media or public means of communication is not an appropriate matter, and it is not one of the things that achieve the interest.”





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