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Fixing Facebook

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السلام عليكم و رحمة الله وبركاته

I’ve been on Facebook for about four and a half years and I’ve observed one thing. Well this is a surprise. Most people spend more time on Facebook than on Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Microsoft, Wikipedia and Amazon combined. Think about that for a moment. Another thing that’s not a surprise is the fact that most of our time spent is an absolute waste and worse still i.e. we do more bad than good. Here’s how you can make Facebook a little less destructive:

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Rise of the Fallen

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السلام عليكم و رحمة الله وبركاته

“I understand Ramadan is a holy month, a time for Muslims to fast and pay tribute to God etc.
You’ve got the fasting during the day which also includes no smoking or drinking while the sun is up, no intimacy, then you’ve got your Zakat, and the entire month has a very nice vibe to it.
People are enjoying themselves at Iftar buffets in the various hotels, smoking shisha and generally having a nice time, but here is an observation followed by my question.
I noticed that during Ramadan, the majority of people stay up all night socializing, having fun etc, they sleep all day, and wake up just in time for the Iftar dinner bell to ring, then they repeat the process.
I see a bunch of my friends, they are up all night, gorging themselves, chain smoking and having a party every night, and come the morning, they sleep the day away.
So, if they are sleeping through the day, then where exactly is the sacrifice? There really isn’t a fast is there? When so many people switch their schedules to offset the harshness of a true fast, it seems to defeat the purpose of any sacrifice.
This seems to be rather hypocritical, and all ‘all knowing” God would be aware of the slipperiness of the schedule change.
By the way, I’m as agnostic as they come, so pleased don’t think I am trying to center out Muslims (I have many Muslims friends)”

An opinion from a non-Muslim named Gus.


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Xtreme (Muslim) Facebookers

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السلام عليكم و رحمة الله وبركاتهIt seems an almost tradition that whenever some starts an anti-Islam group/page on FB, a Muslim(s) will emerge from somewhere and use disgraceful language and hate speech towards that group. So what’s the difference between the two?!

“And it has already been revealed to you in the Book that when you hear the Verses of Allah being denied and mocked at, then sit not with them, until they engage in a talk other than that; (but if you stayed with them) certainly in that case you would be like them. Surely, Allah will collect the hypocrites and disbelievers all together in Hell” 4:140

“And insult not those whom they (disbelievers) worship besides Allah, lest they insult Allah wrongfully without knowledge” 6:108

So when Mr.Macho-Muslim starts his show on these sites,this ignites a whole opera of hate speech involving both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Understand:we as Muslims are better than them.

We are ambassadors or our religion, we have to be a presentation of peace and virtue to them. However, it seems that the overall conversation makes the non-Muslim more civilized, this causes some Muslims to say that most non-Muslims are better (or have a better attitude) than some Muslims. ←MISTAKE

These “some Muslims” are not Muslims in the true sense of the word even though they claim to be Muslims. Those who are Muslims in the true sense of the word are better than the non-Muslims.
Undoubtedly this is a trick of the Shaytaan, whereby he says to you: These kaafirs are better than the Muslims, or are more honest, and so on. All of that is because the enemy of Allah and his troops know of the great evil that results from favoring non-Muslims instead of Muslims. So he makes that idea attractive to them and encourages them to like non-Muslims and leave the Muslims, and even to employ the Kuffaar, thus giving precedence to this world over the Hereafter.

We ask Allah to safeguard our tongue from evil words and to help us overpower the disbelievers.AAMEEN

Don’t forget to invite your friends:-)

Peace out

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