Ali Al-Hajjar: Religious methods convinced my brother that music is forbidden | news

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The great artist, Ali Al-Hajjar, said that his late brother, singer and composer Ahmed Al-Hajjar, was influenced at the beginning of his university studies by the ideas of some religious currents, which convinced him that music is forbidden.

He added, during his hosting of the “Last Word” program presented by the media, Lamees Al-Hadidi, on the ON channel: “For two years, we understood that he was going to college, but a friend and one of Ahmed’s colleagues in the college informed me that he was not attending, and warned me of his fall and dismissal from the college.”

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And he continued, “When I asked Ahmed about the reason for not going to college, he replied that he had discovered that music was forbidden, and he had entered into one of the religious ways, and I convinced him that it was forbidden.”

Ali Hajjar

Ali Al-Hajjar explained that his father, the late great artist Ibrahim Al-Hajjar, was able to convince his brother to return to art by saying: “My father asked him, do you see me leaving an imposition or angering our Lord? The full moon is upon us.”

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He added that his father cited a Quranic verse to convince him, saying: “Our Lord loves beautiful voices, and he said in the Qur’an that the worst voices are the voices of donkeys.”

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During the meeting, Ali Al-Hajjar talked about the circumstances of his brother’s death, saying: “Ahmed died while watching a billiards game on the laptop, with a cup of tea next to him. His son and daughters were dating them and they were celebrating his son Essam’s birthday. When his son was late, he opened the door with his key and found the cake and Ahmed died in front of the laptop.”

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Ahmad Al-Hajjar

In response to a question whether his brother was suffering from any diseases, he said: “His life has not complained about anything, and he went to the dentist twice in his life, and even the injustice of the world has never complained about him.”

It is noteworthy that the artist, Ahmed Al-Hajjar, passed away on January 4, 2022, at the age of 65.

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