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  1. Social Media Mayhem Social networking is everywhere. Nearly everyone belongs to a social network on sites such as Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, YouTube and LinkedIn etc. An average user would spend from one to several hours per day, posting photos, instant messaging, tweeting, etc. While social networking has become a staple form of social interaction, it comes with a host of potential dangers. Does social media augur well for society or has it made people insensitive and lethargic? Statistics prove that inconsiderate
  2. Following on Twitter Last Updated on Thursday, 02 November 2017 11:34 Question: Assalaamu ‘alaikum I am a girl and I follow various males on twitter and there are lots that follow me. I don't speak to any of them but some post inspirational stuff while others just post something funny or interesting from time to time. Sometimes I retweet things from these various males. My husband does not agree with this at all and always tells me he doesn't like me following men or them following me even though I don't speak to them. My questions are: 1. Is it haraam
  3. Question Is it right to make heart ( <3 ) (on facebook) under posts like hadees or ayat? Answer In the Name of Allaah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. As-salaamu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullaahi wa-barakaatuh. It is permissible to express ones liking to a ayah or Hadith by “liking”, “showing love” or commenting with a heart on social media. However, the “liking” is not to be restricted to social media. One should act upon the ayah or Hadith that they “liked”. It is an unfortunate phenomenon of our time that we are always “liking” Islaamic post
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