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PostSubject: General Guidelines for Internet Users   Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:56 am

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General Guidelines for Internet Users




By Sheikh:
Hamed Ibn Abdullah El Aly


First: When a Muslim hears the
call for prayer, he should rise up to the remembrance of Allah and not let
anything take him away from answering that call. The Lord SWT said: In
houses that Allah ordered to be built and His name to be mentioned in them
mornings and nights, men who are not diverted by trade or selling from the
Remembrance of Allah, pray, give alms, fear a day where hearts and eyesight’s
are diverted in all directions. (24:36-37)


Second: The Internet is a way for
communication that is considered a double-edged weapon. When it provides
benefit, it becomes a gift. And when it provides evil, it becomes a
disgrace. Muslim should use the good side of this facility to serve his
religion and life, rather than its evil side that corrupts his religion and
life.


Third: It’s very important for internet
users to protect their eyes from falling on prohibited scenes. The
prohibited scene is considered Satan’s arrow, his weapon that he uses to spoil
the Muslims heart by offering immediate pleasure, followed by long lasting
feelings of remorse and regret. Watching scenes that Allah prohibited causes
darkness in the heart, gloominess in the chest and heaviness and reluctance to
perform actions of worshiping Allah. It deprives the soul of enjoying the
sweetness of deep faith. By all means it is a tool that Satan uses to sugar
coat sins with, and the moment one falls in this trap, Satan takes complete
control of his heart, and play with it like a young boy who plays with a ball.
The end is always a fatal loss.


Fourth: Don’t let the
internet consume your effort and time for no value. That happens when you
navigate between the various sites and online groups for long hours. You
waste your precious lifetime hours. That time that you should devote for people
like your family, parents, children and relatives, or for your job where you
earn the living for you and your dependants.


Fifth: Visit the Islamic
Sites frequently. Visit the useful sites that add to your useful information,
and widens up your scales of knowledge. Stay away from the sites that
promote corruption to Belief or Morals, those groups that seek the spread of
Fitnah or controversy, even if this is over religious issues. Bad controversy
is of no avail. Don’t interfere in conversations with the enemies of
Islam unless you have the necessary knowledge and power that enables you to
handle this task. And if not, ask a scholar to handle it instead.


Sixth: Take caution against the chatting
sites. They are traps for males and females to drag them into a prohibited
relationship, which often starts by an innocent introduction and end up in mere
pain and causes damage to life and faith.


Seventh: Its either you
control or you get controlled by the trap of the internet. If you put it
under your control, you take its benefit and shed away its harm. Hence
Internet becomes a gift from Allah for your welfare. And if you fall under its
control, it blurs your eyes with its glittering charm and temporary pleasures,
steals your money, time, life and the duties your have towards your family and
beloved ones. You become the prey without being aware of it. Save
yourself from this trap before you are lost, and before it is too late.






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