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Tuesday, August 25, 2009


Islamically, idolatry, (idol worshiping or shirk) is one of the worst sins.
"When the sacred months are over, slay the idolaters wherever you find them. Arrest them, besiege them, and lie in ambush everywhere for them.” Surah 9:5
By and large, Muslims are taught that practicing idolatry is haraam and one of the greatest evils committed against the Almighty; and hence steer clear of placing statues, or figurines around the house. Some argue that Muslims found the cartoon depictions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to be of the same nature and were thus offended by it.
But what about television shows, such as “Pop Idols”? Many Muslims, other People of the Book and disbelievers seem to have found “gods” or “goddesses” on their popular television shows or other forms of media. They spend hours watching, reading and hearing about these people, (anyone from Aishwaria Rai to Ronaldo to Jennifer Aniston to Dan Brown, etc). The love, admiration and glory given to these MODERN AGE IDOLS are either a form of worshipping them or come frighteningly close to it.