We have seen the going craze of TikTok, a new app that is catching the minds of many youngsters these days. We have collected a few points on why TikTok is Haram or against Islam.
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This app is downloaded by millions of people crossing the mark of 100 million active downloads on the Apple store and Google Play Store.
TikTok is all about Dancing
This app focuses on Dancing and Music, which are both not permissible in Islam. Millions of girls dancing and singing on social media have seen their videos worldwide; those people watching them are not mahram.
It is addicting
Anything that makes you an addict is a bad thing. And indeed, this is worse for a human being to be addicted to something which would be destructive for them sooner or later. Many people lose their lives while making TikTok videos, especially in Pakistan, India, and other Asian countries.
This can make your depressed or isolated
Indeed TikTok gives you temporary fame, and when the fame goes away, a person is more likely to feel isolated and do all sorts of stuff to get people’s attention. And we have seen some people going nuts to bring fame to get a few likes on the app.
Sadly we see Boys dressing up as Girls to dance, and girls are trying to be boys, which leads to another way which you know what we mean!
What does Islam say about TikTok?
As per Islamic studies, whatever happens on TikTok is strictly against Islamic teachings. In Islam, The basis of TikTok is based on Dancing, Acting, and Music, while Dancing of Girls in front of millions of unknown boys and singing is strictly Haram.
Hence, after this, we can say that TikTok is Haram in Islam, and there is no way a Muslim can defend this app.
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