Adnan Sami Slams Muslim Clerics Who Issue Fatwas Against Musicians

Adnan Sami has shared a video of Saudi royals dancing with American President Donald Trump to question the legitimacy of Muslim clerics who target musicians with fatwas

Adnan Sami has questioned Muslim clerics’ stand that music is ‘haram’ in Islam. The Pakistan-born singer sparked a debate on Twitter by posting a video which showed Saudi royals and American President Donald Trump taking part in a traditional dance performance.

The singer mocking the clerica for their hypocritical for being hypocritical and wrote: "Dear Muslim Clerics, U all claim music is haram in Islam? This is Saudi Arabia. This is song n dance by its Royalty! Whr r ur fatwas now?."

Recently, as many as 46 Muslim clerics in Assam issued a fatwa against Nahid Afrin, a 16-year-old singer, asking her to refrain from performing in public or be ready to face consequences.

Afrin, who hails from Biswanath district of Assam, had made her Bollywood singing debut for actress Sonakshi Sinha in her 2016 release Akira.

The fatwa created an outrage with national news channels taking notice and singers spoke in favour of the teenager. And now Adnan Sami too has spoken out against clerics who target musicians.

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