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    New arabic nasheed mp3 +video!!

    Assalamu 'Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh

    I downloaded this track some time ago, and it is just excellent, i have shared it with many brothers, via bluetooth, and alhamdulillah, although i dont understand it, it actually does sound very peaceful and the video is excellent too, although its 20MB!! Its worth watching, inshaAllah

    Nasheed (mp3) - http://www.albashiri.net/works/audio/mp3/sekat.mp3

    Nasheed (Video) - http://www.albashiri.net/works/video...h%20quality.rm

    Hope you like it, and i would be very grateful, if anyone can tell me what language this is in, inshaAlah.

    Fi amanillah

    Wassalaam
    Subhanallah, Wa'lHamdulillah, Wa La ilaha illallah, Allahu Akbar!
    Glory be to Allah, All Praise be to Allah and there is no God but Allah. Allah is the Greatest!

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    #2
    i just downloaded this song 2 weeks ago..i love it..:P
    what is it about though...i mean..specifically.

    i love the last part during the subtitle part:P
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      #3
      It's in Arabic.
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        #4
        Assalamu 'Alaykum Wa Rahmatullah

        I do not understand it myslef.....its in arabic...but in a different dialect.....i like it though anyway....the video as well as the audio file, alhamdulillah. No music...

        Fi amanillah

        Wassalaam
        Subhanallah, Wa'lHamdulillah, Wa La ilaha illallah, Allahu Akbar!
        Glory be to Allah, All Praise be to Allah and there is no God but Allah. Allah is the Greatest!

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          #5
          who is the perfomer on this?????????????


          also is this a song?????????????

          as it sounds more like a song

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            #6
            It's by Sameer al Bashiri and it sounds like Saudi Arabian slang. Correct me if I'm wrong :)
            Allahu Akbar

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              #7
              what is Saudi Arabian slang????????????

              i have been listening to it during ramadan

              i dont want to listen to it if it is a song.

              somebody should know

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                #8
                Assalamu 'Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh

                Just to lift this misconception, it is not a song, its a nasheed, sang by Sameer Al Bashiri, and the language/dialect is Yemeni. They always say the Qaf as Ghaf....

                Please correct me if i'm wrong, and no its most certainly not arabic slang.

                Fi amanillah

                Wassalaam
                Subhanallah, Wa'lHamdulillah, Wa La ilaha illallah, Allahu Akbar!
                Glory be to Allah, All Praise be to Allah and there is no God but Allah. Allah is the Greatest!

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                  #9
                  masum2u u certainly know your stuff.always helpful as usual

                  Jazakallah

                  its a very good nasheed

                  isnt he the one that released Ya Moatamm???????????

                  that is one of my all time best nasheed

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                    #10
                    Assalamu 'Alaykum

                    No bro, i don't know much, i am just a person who is a bit enquisitive.

                    Yes he is the same person who sings 'Ya Moatamm''.

                    Here's one that is really good, but there is a lot of talking at first, and then the actual nasheed comes, inshaAllah check it out, its worth a listen:

                    http://free.hostultra.com/~islamglob...eAlShabaab.swf
                    (if it doesnt come, just go to www.hostultra.com/~islamglobe/Nasheeds.htm and then go to the near-end page and you will find a nasheed called ''Hayee Al Shabaab''

                    I might be adding some more of his nasheeds after Ramadan on my site inshaAllah Ta'la.

                    Fi amanillah wa barakallah feekum

                    Wassalaam
                    Last edited by An-Nughair; 26-10-05, 12:59 PM.
                    Subhanallah, Wa'lHamdulillah, Wa La ilaha illallah, Allahu Akbar!
                    Glory be to Allah, All Praise be to Allah and there is no God but Allah. Allah is the Greatest!

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                      #11
                      I listened to it and really like it.. but please what is a Nasheed and does anyone have the lyrics for this one? I'm wanting to use some Arabic music for my dinner on the weekend and wonder about using this one, but is there anyone who can tell me a little of what he is saying?

                      Thanks
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                        #12
                        i already have this
                        http://free.hostultra.com/~islamglo...eeAlShabaab.swf

                        downloaded few days ago

                        it is very good nasheed

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                          #13
                          who are the perfomers on ''Hayee Al Shabaab''
                          do there have any more similar nasheeds

                          i just love this ''Hayee Al Shabaab''

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                            #14
                            Sameer al Bashiri's voice is so masha`allah. His songs are just great. I love Ya Mo'3tam, it's wonderful :faint:
                            Allahu Akbar

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by -Espérer-
                              Sameer al Bashiri's voice is so masha`allah. His songs are just great. I love Ya Mo'3tam, it's wonderful :faint:
                              May i have the link to Ya Mo'3tam please?

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