I listen to some Islamic artists but I feel no need to glorify Islamic prophets or insert Islamic phrases into my text.
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I similarly listen to some Islamic music, but I also recognize that limits exist, and that they exist for a reason. Although not necessarily Shia Nasheeds, Islamic music, particularly Sufi traditions have long viewed music as a vehicle for conversion. I don't blame them, nor do I mean to make that sound overly nefarious. Still, one shouldn't be shocked when it has an effect on someone.
Orthodox Christianity tends to be wary of teachings and spiritual arts and practices other than its own, not simply because of close-mindedness or ignorant fear, but because it recognizes a level of real danger or divergence contained within them. Do priests and the laity sometimes overplay or misguidedly attack things? Almost certainly. That doesn't mean, despite what some may try to spin, that there isn't legitimate cause for concern. And anyone claiming that this is just puritanical influence from outside Orthodoxy is likely either ignorant of widespread cautionary teachings, lending too much weight to examples--representative of correct teaching or not--supporting their position, or is lying.