Iran: Supreme leader’s representative announced music is unlawful

Holding concerts in any parts of the country, considers as “enmity against God,” warned Ahmad Alamolhoda, the Friday prayer leader in the city of Mashhad and a member of the country’s Assembly of Experts (the body that chooses the supreme leader.)
The state-run ILNA news agency on May 26 quoted Alamolhoda as saying “Holding concerts and playing music in all parts of the country if it is abnormal, is a sin and promotes corruption and enmity against god.”

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