سیرت النبی ﷺاور سوشل میڈیا فیک نیوز

Biography of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ and social media Fake News

Authors

  • Dr Aijaz Ali Khoso Assistant Professor, University of Sufism & Modern Sciences, Bhitshah
  • Dr.Muneer Ahmed HOD, Department Islamic education Alhamd islamic University Islamabad
  • Muhammad Hammad Ph. D Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies International Islamic University Islamabad

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46896/alazhr.v8i01.308

Keywords:

Social standards, traditions, and morality have all been sliced as a result of Islamic education, as well as fake news on social media

Abstract

Humanity has gone through many ups and downs throughout history. There could have been multiple eras of moral lawlessness during which humanity lacked moral character, culture, social customs and values, and other concerns. In today's society, however, societal media has become a razor-sharp blade that has sliced social standards, customs, and morality. On a large scale, it has shown to be exceedingly devastating. People will occasionally share information about someone who does not conform, while others will alter human shapes and resemblance them to animal shapes, then post images on social media as a human-animal contrast.

Insulting political opponents, jeopardising others' honour and dignity, and humiliating others have all become popular social media activities. Many social media users believe that people are uninterested in them, thus they are not scared to embarrass them. The only thing that matters to them is that the leader they follow and revere keeps his or her "respect." They are willing to go to any length to do this. They do so while ignoring all decency, morals, and society norms. Excellent blood is a sign of good character, according to someone. When one represents one's family and blood on social media, one is doing so.

According to statistics, young people account for 58 percent of the total population of our country, and the majority of them are so engrossed in their use of social media that they are completely unaware of what is going on around them. People in medical galleries, passageways, passengers, and educational institutions have all been enslaved by social media. Social media has consumed people's homes to the point where they are unconcerned about those who live with them. A friend is useful on social media, but the person sitting next to them is worthless.

This research study examines the growth of social media using qualitative data from books, news, periodicals, and media viewpoints, as well as other relevant sources.

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Published

2022-06-25

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