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Sufi Music

Posted by spritzophrenia on July 2, 2010

We’re in music week here at spritzophrenia. I couldn’t find any Islamic music I liked for Friday (the Islamic day of worship). I tried Yousef Islam (formerly Cat Stevens) but the songs seemed too preachy. Do you have any suggestions? Sufi is a mystical tradition within Islam, so here’s Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

Unrelated quote I like:
“The post-Christian narrative is radically different; it offers spirituality without binding authority” R. Albert Mohler Jr.

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  1. […] theory there is no priest-equivalent as they view all believers are priests. We briefly discussed Sufism, and Fariha said she thinks Islam is a bit more about the group experience, than about […]

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