Opinion

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Opinion 30-Mar-2020
Karima Bashar
Khadija Nassar
Columnist

Isolated in their homes Muslims are unwillingly and unknowingly supporting tech companies that will eventually become their greatest and the most dangerous enemy.

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Opinion 19-Mar-2020
Grigory-Matyunin
Grigory Matyunin
Columnist

SalamWeb meets the needs of Muslim Internet users more closely, protecting young minds from harm while encouraging them to develop intellectually and spiritually.

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Opinion 01-Mar-2020
Hussein Al-Bahir
Dialectician

Insomnia is often caused by a lack of sport, as the body doesn’t get tired in the time that the mind needs to rest after a whole day of functioning. As time is of the essence for most in this position, a great activity to practise would be an hour or so of yoga after work.

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Opinion 10-Feb-2020
Hussein Al-Bahir
Dialectician

The main question arising from this is what learning environment would be optimal for my child at their current stage of development?

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Opinion 06-Feb-2020
Karima Bashar
Karima Bashar
Independent Journalist

This legacy of Islam needs to be cherished, celebrated, and revived in the present times by Muslim young people themselves.

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Opinion 03-Feb-2020
Muhammad Nassar
Iman Terimo
Independent Journalist

Muslims have to embrace the Internet. The modern world is increasingly reliant upon it and Muslims risk being isolated and left behind if we become so wary of it as to abandon it completely.

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Opinion
Opinion 03-Feb-2020
Annie Mathews
Annie Mathews
Columnist

Selfie-culture: a narcissist obsession or a generational crisis of self-worth?

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Opinion 27-Jan-2020
Annie Mathews
Annie Mathews
Columnist

Social media devalues our relationships transforming them into grotesque shadows and vulgar imitations of our true human connections.

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Opinion 21-Jan-2020
Muhammad Nassar
Muhammad Nassar
Columnist

Prophet SAWS said: "Be moderate in seeking worldly things, for everyone will be facilitated for which he was created.” (Saheeh, Sunnah ibn-Majah).

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Opinion 16-Jan-2020
Hussein Al-Bahir
Dialectician

When browsing the web, we seemingly choose what we search for. Yet, we don’t always chose what we might find.

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Opinion 15-Jan-2020
Annie Mathews
Annie Mathews
Columnist

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.

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Opinion 15-Jan-2020
Annie Mathews
Annie Mathews
Columnist

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?

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