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There’s a new streaming service coming to town! Nurflix is the first Malaysian-made Islamic entertainment online streaming service.
The concept of Nurflix is VOD (Video On Demand) as well, just like Netflix and other popular online streaming services. However, what sets it apart is the fact that Nurflix claims to be a fully aqeedah and shariah-compliant media platform.
The platform is established by none other than Brader Shah, a member of Kumpulan Brothers, the popular Malaysian music group known for their English and Malay nasheed songs.
Although the singing group is no longer active, Brader Shah said that he’s wanted an alternative entertainment source that’s religiously compliant for a while now.
According to The Vocket, Nurflix will not only offer Islamic content, but their whole production process will also be supervised by a special committee to ensure all work is conducted in an aqeedah and shariah-compliant manner.
The supervising committee NURPATH will be overseen by popular Malaysian preacher, Habib Ali Zaenal Abidin al Hamid as its Principal Advisor, and headed by Ustaz Raja Ahmad Muhklis.
Interestingly, the platform will have various viewing categories, such as general, women, religious preachers, and children.
The creators said that if there were any viewers who lied about their category and used a woman’s account even if they were not female, Nurflix has done it’s best to bring their audience shariah-compliant entertainment, and their actions would be between the viewer and Allah.
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