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 Dangers of the Internet in the Home By A.B. al-Mehri

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PostSubject: Dangers of the Internet in the Home By A.B. al-Mehri    Sat Apr 09, 2011 8:55 pm

In the Name of Allâh, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

The purpose of this article is to make us aware of the dangers that lurk
behind the use of the Internet [especially for children] in the home.
As opposed to sticking our heads in the ground like ostriches, it is
time we had an honest assessment of the facts and figures associated
with the use of the Internet and it being a tool for Shaytan.


the help of a few clicks, pornographic content spreads rampantly across
the Internet, carried over an innumerable number of web sites, through
explicit images in spam, and through advertisements on search engines.
Various statistics show children increasingly being exposed to
pornographic content. The content can involve despicable and disgusting
acts, sometimes even involving children. The annual revenue of the
worldwide pornographic industry is over £60 billion – that’s more than
even Hollywood. According to a study by the London School of Economics, 6
out of every 10 children in the UK [1] were regularly being exposed to
pornography – that is the majority of children.


90 percent of children aged 8 to 16 have seen pornography on the
Internet. There are many ways in which children are being exposed to
this evil material. Anybody with an email account would know that they
are constantly bombarded by emails explicitly advertising pornography or
indirectly [by showing one thing and upon clicking re-directing to an
explicit site].

There are many game sites on the internet which
allow harmless games to be played but advertise sexually explicit
websites. According to the TopTenReviews report, at least 26 names of
cartoon characters were linked to porn sites, thus exposing children to
adult content on the Web.


[1] - 89 percent of youth in chat rooms receive sexual solicitations.

- 73 percent of those exposures happened while searching or surfing the
Internet and 27 percent while opening e-mail or clicking on links in
e-mails or instant messages.

[3] - 67 percent happened while
using the Internet at home; 15 percent at school; 3 percent in
libraries; and the rest at other homes, such as friends', and elsewhere.

[4] - most of the images were of nudity, 32 percent showed a sexual act,

[5] - web searches and search engines were the most common route to exposures (47 percent).

- in 26 percent of the surfing incidents, the children surveyed were
"mousetrapped" into another dirty site while trying to get out of the
one they were in.


Shaytan, who is our open and clear enemy, is using the Internet to
corrupt the Believers and their children’s morals, Imaan [faith] and
dignity. Allah [swt] says in the Qur’an,

‘Satan threatens you with poverty and orders you to commit Fahishah’
al-Baqarah 2:268


‘Fahishah’ means, ‘an excess or enormity, a thing excessively and
enormously foul, evil, immoral, lewd, obscene, a sin or a crime which is
excessively foul; adultery or fornication.’

One finds that the
Internet is the marketplace for people indulging in ‘Fahishah’ and all
the steps that lead to it – accumulating major sins in the sight of
their Creator, Allah [swt]. The Shaytan has openly declared war on the
children of Adam [due to his jealousy] and his primary aim is to drag as
many of them as possible to the Hell-Fire with him – May Allah [swt]
protect us and our children [ameen]


and long-term exposure of pornographic material is severely traumatic
and damaging to children’s Imaan [faith] and leads to all sorts of
psychological and behavioural problems. One must realise that you cannot
delete from the memories of children what they have seen of these
images or videos. These ‘evil seeds’ are planted into the hearts of the
innocent resulting in producing adults who are sexually perverted,
promiscuous, immoral, psychologically inept and corrupt Muslims who
continue to battle with their sins.


must take active responsibility to ensure that their homes are safe
from the influence of Fahishah – especially from the Internet. We
recommend the following:

[1] - Do not have access to the internet
anywhere in the house except in the main living/dining room with the
computer monitor facing outwards – i.e., towards the rest of the room

- Children do not need to have email addresses or accounts on Facebook,
Twitter, MSN, Yahoo etc. Supervise access to YouTube.

[3] - do not allow them to use chatrooms

[4] - Only allow access to the internet while they are being supervised [or in groups of responsible children]

- Setup bookmarks for your children and only allow them to visit these
‘approved’ sites – do not give them the opportunity to type in the
address box

[6] - Putting a physical block on adult sites - this can be done by adjusting the settings in your internet explorer

[7] - Install internet protection software for children – available free online

[8] - Ensure that the history of the pages visited cannot be deleted.


do not turn a blind eye to dangers that the Internet poses to our
future – our children. Doing so would be tantamount to incompetence and
irresponsibility on the part of the Parents. Is it logical that we would
ever hand our children a 500 page encyclopaedia, that has 50 pages of
explicit material and then expect our children never to stumble upon
them? The astute parent would remove the 50 pages and then hand the book
over or sit by their side and make sure nothing other than beneficial
information is looked at.

We ask Allah [swt], the Lord of the
Worlds, to protect us and our children from the fahishah [immorality]
and fitnah [turmoil] that surrounds us and protects us all from the
traps of the Shaytan [ameen]

[1] -
[2] - Mainly taken from the key findings of U.S. Study "The Exposure of Youth to Unwanted Sexual Material on the Internet"

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