Rulings On Photography In Islam

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Assalaamu Alaykum Warahmatullahi Wabarakatahu!

In The Name Of Allah, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful.

Praise Be To Allah, The Lord Of All The Worlds.

Please Note: If There Are Long Narrations (Hadiths) I Will Be Taking The Part Of That Hadith Which Goes With The Topic. And I Will Not Be Quoting The Hadith Numbers, Cause Many Hadith Numbers Do Not Tally. So I Will Be Quoting The Narrators, The Narration, The Name Of The Book, And If Possible The Chapter Also.

The Muslim Has To Respect All The Teachings Of Islam & Be Proud Of Its Teachings. On The Other Hand, He Should Be A Caller (Da’ee) To Guidance (i.e. Quran & Sunnah), By His Attitude More Than His Words; Specially When He Is Amongst The People. Righteousness Is A Honor By The Means Of Which The Muslim Raises His Status, His Appearance Shows How Practical He Is. Teachings Of Islam Are Not Something That Are Shameful That He Should Be Embarrassed To Show Openly & To Practice Them Openly. One Of The Important Teachings Of Islam Is “Invite Towards Good & Forbid Evil”. Satan Presents The Evil Actions In Such A Way That A Muslim Thinks It Is Permissible. One Of The Biggest Sin Is Making Images Whether It Be Two Dimensional Or Three Dimensional.  Insha Allah Through This Article I Will Be Explaining How Photography Is HARAAM In Islam & To What Extend It Is Permissible & Why.

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Nokia Lumia PureView with 41 Mega Pixels Gaint

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Nokia is to launch a smartphone with a similar PureView camera sensor to the Nokia 808 PureView.

The company recently claimed that it was working on “some very cool PureView products”?and it is being reported that a device codenamed EOS – like Canon’s DSLR camera range – will be the first Windows Phone handset to be as technically endowed as the 41-megapixel 808.
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Nokia Announces Update For Nokia808 PureView

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The new Lumia 920 is making ripples in the market with its 8.7 MP auto-focus PureView camera. But when it comes to megapixels, however, it is nowhere close to Nokia’s 808 PureView, which has been proven to be almost as good as a DSLR.