Pakistani Professors Review Social Media Platforms in Promoting Islamic Content
A group of energetic young students and Pakistani professors, many of whom travelled from Lahore, have gathered in Mashhad at this time of enormous fitnah and shirk to debate the current situation and steps that can be taken to preserve the Muslims. 30 learned elites are included in this category, the most of whom are from the engineering and medical elites.
On the pilgrimage-scientific tour known as Imam Reza Holy Shrine Ambassadors, they assembled for a week. They came together to talk about and evaluate the effectiveness of social media platforms in boosting religious preaching activities and the creation of Islamic content.
The course’s features and organisation have been organised by the international deputy of the scientific and cultural foundation. The class’s lecturer, Hoj. Rajaeipour, outlined the significance of the curriculum and how it will transform society.
He stated: The course’s main focus is the significance of the internet and its impact on contemporary thought.
There are numerous new platforms for creating Islamic content on social media, and by utilising the dynamic new features of cyberspace, Muslim men and women might be encouraged to listen to and comprehend Islam more readily. Different societies and nations favour various social media platforms. Any Islamic scholar who produces content for social media platforms must bear this in mind and then construct the content in a similar manner.
The value of supplementary tools for content creation was another topic of discussion among the participants. For the better dissemination of the message and concept of Islam, some innovative communication techniques have been established.
Rajaeipour continued: “Reference-oriented language is crucial for any Islamic activist or preacher. Therefore, when creating Islamic content, using references is quite important.
The meeting actually turned out to be pretty productive and positive. And it is hoped that the issues raised will be put into practise and implemented in the near future to help people understand their faith more clearly and simply.