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These days, it’s really hard being a Muslim in Nigeria and elsewhere since no matter what you do, you have to answer questions on terrorism and your religion. This could be the reason why some Muslims are quiet on social media on this subject and other critical topics. The silence is so strong that many are beginning to assume that social media is haram (sin) in Islam. But Yusuf Hassan, founder and CEO of Tutlub disagrees. Hassan might just have found a way to create fruitful and open online dialogue.
“Islamic scholars and Imams’ position on social media is that it is a medium, channel, instrument, means and not the end. It is the purpose for which we use them that matters and not the channel or medium. A knife on its own is not unlawful but the use can either be for good or for bad,” he said.
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