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  • Facebook, a graveyard site?

    :salams
    :start:

    I see that Facebook just looks like a virtual graveyard site, what do you guys think? When you see a deceived person profile on Facebook, is it permissible to just read in front of computer?

    Jazakallah khair, for reading my post. May Allah S.W.T. bless you. :)

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    Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

    I mistype deceived, should have put, deceased.

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      Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

      I don't get my so many muslims even use facevook, its one of the most damaging thing internet has rought.

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        Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

        Originally posted by Spicen View Post
        I don't get my so many muslims even use facevook, its one of the most damaging thing internet has rought.
        I second this. İ find it questionable on ones character to use such disgusting methods of communication. A Muslims honor is expensive and too high for that low platform.

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          Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

          What I meant was, is it permissible to read surah Yasin in front of computer?

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            Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

            Originally posted by Spicen View Post
            I don't get my so many muslims even use facevook, its one of the most damaging thing internet has rought.
            +1
            The Prophet (saw) advised to: “Take benefit of five before five: Your youth before your old age, your health before your sickness, your wealth before your poverty, your free time before you are preoccupied, and your life before your death
            https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgE...kS-Qi3nf3tcvPw

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              Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

              After a point the number of profiles of dead people in Facebook will exceed those of the living
              Not knowing what one doesn't know will lead to difficulty

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                Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                Originally posted by Anthanasia View Post
                I second this. İ find it questionable on ones character to use such disgusting methods of communication. A Muslims honor is expensive and too high for that low platform.
                whats disgusting about using facebook?



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                  Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                  Originally posted by noobz View Post
                  whats disgusting about using facebook?
                  Facebook has Become a Leading Cause in Divorce Cases
                  https://www.hg.org/article.asp?id=27803

                  Jewish Hand Behind FaceBook:
                  https://www.radioislam.org/islam/eng...t.htm#facebook

                  As muslims we must avoid this. FaceBook is worse infact much worse than listening to movies, or other 'sins'.

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                    Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                    Originally posted by Spicen View Post
                    Facebook has Become a Leading Cause in Divorce Cases
                    https://www.hg.org/article.asp?id=27803

                    Jewish Hand Behind FaceBook:
                    https://www.radioislam.org/islam/eng...t.htm#facebook

                    As muslims we must avoid this. FaceBook is worse infact much worse than listening to movies, or other 'sins'.
                    overall internet should be harmful then if we're going with that story.

                    overall all games from ps4 to xbox should be avoided cause they all have the same story.



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                      Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                      Originally posted by noobz View Post
                      overall internet should be harmful then if we're going with that story.

                      overall all games from ps4 to xbox should be avoided cause they all have the same story.
                      did you read the article? Facebook is the main reason. I'd add other messenger app as well.

                      We don't need to close down the internet.....china has a very strong firewall that prevents access to social websites. We should try to do that.

                      no you can't "chat" with a random person in games which will cause your marriage to break.

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                        Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                        Originally posted by Spicen View Post
                        did you read the article? Facebook is the main reason. I'd add other messenger app as well.

                        We don't need to close down the internet.....china has a very strong firewall that prevents access to social websites. We should try to do that.

                        no you can't "chat" with a random person in games which will cause your marriage to break.
                        actually u can chat with random person and persons in games , its 2016 bro.

                        china only bans social sites that don;t conform to their laws , their own social media sites are really big.

                        either it be facebook or the internet , it depends how u use it.



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                          Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                          I cant even fathom how you can be a praying Muslim and justify using Facebook as though it is some halal form of communication. I agree with [MENTION=106053]Anthanasia[/MENTION].

                          And, no, it is not just the number one platform that has caused infidelity and disrupted marriages, but also ruined many peoples reputations and brought problems to their lives.

                          A married person should definitely stay away from it. There is only so much a person can "control" on social media sites. They are called 'SOCIAL media' for a reason. There are more nude and semi nude/ inappropriately dressed women/men on facebook than on any other platform. For every covered person on facebook, there are tons of strippers, DJs or your typical girl next door type just uselessly updating their so called life, which is plastered for all to see.

                          There are plenty threads here where people met a "love" or had their spouse snoop around on facebook and chat with other genders or chit-chat. It always starts with making an account, then updating your information, then getting notification after notification and adding people you know. Then clicking on a persons profile, and finding their friends list and getting attracted by a glimpse of a catchy profile of the opposite gender. No matter how many weeks or months you try to avoid it, eventually it happens to the best of us.

                          You are basically looking at pictures, lives and gossip from millions of people for entertainment. A lot of Muslims use the excuse of "talking to family/friends" as an excuse. As if there aren't any other convenient ways to reach out to someone.

                          But it is expected. As, Muslims towards the end will try to make the haram or even the not recommended, halal and recommended.

                          Using facebook is like walking into a mixed gym and becoming a member and saying " oh, well I dont look at the women in the gym. I just exercise for my health and body" when you are not helping yourself avoid the women.

                          Many times a brother stays completely off any socializing and has one or two posts yet, a lovely slutty woman will message him. A coworker, a colleague, an old fling or old aquaintnc. That id all that needs to happen. It never starts full blown into ogling at women online or reading up about peoples lives and what they are "up to".

                          It is useless, a waste of time, creates fitna and issues and can be very extremely damaging in serious relationships.

                          It doesnt matter how careful you are, the fact is with so many shaytan out there just sitting around in a profile pic, you cannot really avoid how it affects you, no matter how strong you think you are.

                          This website does not allow Muslims to post pictures. Imagine if some people could post pictures of what they do, what they bought or who they went hanging out with....the thoughts wouldnt be innocent anymore.

                          The problem with facebook is the thoughts that you get from looking at other pages and the social level of interacting with the opposite gender.

                          We are told to lower our gaze and do not even put ourselves in a situation to go near adultery. Do you think you are perfectly in the clear if you are even accidentally ogling some female intentionally or unintentionally while you have a zawj at home?

                          Facebook has done nothing for the ummah but cause disruption of peace, disrupt love between a man and his wife and cause emotional attachment and depression, not to mention ill thoughts in a person.

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                            Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                            all of u remind me of the imam of my masjid who did a whole khutbah of why the internet should be banned cause we have books for that.



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                              Re: Facebook, a graveyard site?

                              Originally posted by noobz View Post
                              actually u can chat with random person and persons in games , its 2016 bro.

                              china only bans social sites that don;t conform to their laws , their own social media sites are really big.

                              either it be facebook or the internet , it depends how u use it.
                              It doesnt 'depend' how you use it.

                              Certain things are out of your control.

                              As for games, the environment tends to be more geared towards players who actually play to play. The chat options are there in which case Most people use it to actually chat about the game etc.,

                              Whereas facebook. Are you really comparing the two? Facebooks whole entire purpose is for socializing.

                              I highly doubt you will have the same conversation from a simple chat in a game vs. "Chatting" with regulars on a social platform.

                              It is like comparing watching cartoons to watching pornography.

                              Of course the game depends too. Some games can be just as bad if they make the person addicted and lose sense of reality. Addiction to facebook is obvious.

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