Halal Concept About Entertainment In The World Of Tourism (Halal and Haram Studies In Yusuf Al-Qaradhawi’s Perspective)
Fuji Rahmadi P;
The community is always spoiled with a variety of entertainment. This can be seen in big cities. All forms of entertainment facilities are available, start shopping casually, there are magnificent malls everywhere. For those who like to watch the latest films, many can come to the cinema. Or want to listen to music, they go to cafes or other places. Entertainment is also presented at home. There is a set of advanced technologies that are ready to serve the needs of their owners. All of that can bring pleasure and joy. Therefore, almost all entertainment facilities are rarely quiet. No wonder the entertainment industry continues to compete to provide new products to attract public attention. Muslims are not spared from this phenomenon. Indeed, seeking entertainment and joy has been attached to the people since the beginning of the birth of Islam. According to Yusuf Al-Qaradawi, at the time of the Prophet Muhammad, hearing poetry, music or playing became a part of life. Joy is not taboo in Islam. At that time the people did not just undergo a routine of worship. They also carry out activities that bring joy. The Prophet himself is not a rigid figure. He is very much in love with joy and anything that can bring joy to it.