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Prophet SAWS said: "Be moderate in seeking worldly things, for everyone will be facilitated for which he was created.” (Saheeh, Sunnah ibn-Majah).Continue
When browsing the web, we seemingly chose what we search for. Yet, we don’t always chose what we might find.Continue
Our virtual and literal worlds are connected. The messages we send to our friends have a direct impact on our relationships, the results of our online searches affect our decisions, and for our actions online we are held accountable, whether by friends, family or law enforcement agencies. The term ‘reality’ in binary opposition to ‘the virtual’ no longer apply: our online lives act as an extension of our physical experiences. However, the ethical and religious standards we hold to in our literal lives are increasingly hard to uphold in the online sphere.Continue
It is a sad reality that around 30% of web traffic is pornography. Neither is this a new phenomenon: x-rated content has been the financial fuel for the web from the very start, its worth – at a conservative estimate – exceeding that of Saudi Telecom or Elisalat. So, is the Internet then synonymous with indecent material?Continue