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  • Narró el Emir de los creyentes Abu Hafs 'Omar Ibn Al-Jattab (que Allah esté complacido con él): Oí al Mensajero de Alá (la paz sea con él) decir: “Ciertamente las buenas obras dependen de las intenciones (niiah), y cada hombre tendrá según su intención; así, aquel cuya emigración haya sido por causa de Alá y su Mensajero, su emigración habrá sido por Alá y su Mensajero, y aquel cuya emigración haya sido por conseguir algún beneficio mundanal o por tomar a una mujer en matrimonio, su emigración habrá sido para aquello por lo que emigró.” (Este Hadiz fue transmitido por los dos Imames Al-Bujari y Muslim en sus dos libros de narraciones auténticas, que son los mejores libros de compilación de Hadices)

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China prohibits use of 'anti-Islamic' words on social media
China prohibits use of 'anti-Islamic' words on social media

China, in order to strengthen national unity in the country, has banned the use of ‘anti-Islamic’ words on the social media.

Termed as a national policy that is majorly in favour of the Muslim minorities, this rule was laid down after the clash that involved Muslims fighting at a toll booth went viral.

In its efforts to curb online hate speech, China’s Weibo microblog blocked the posting of phrases that proved to be disrespectful to the Muslims. Insults, mockery along with other defamatory terms have been banned by the search engine too.

Over the years, complainers have objected to the discrimination Muslims are subjected to, as a result of some Chinese authorities’ policies. The banning of Islamophobic terms by Chinese authorities was then put forth.

"It's necessary to timely remove radical phrases that discriminate against Islam and are biased against Muslims to prevent worsening online hatred towards the group. Those phrases severely undermine religious harmony and ethnic unity," said Xiong Kunxin, a professor at Beijing's Minzu University of China in Beijing.

He further assured that such policies do not curtail the freedom of speech of people. Rather, they promote ethnic diversity and harmony in the longer run.

Although officially atheist, China has ensured the satisfaction of 20 million Muslims that currently reside in China. It was only recently that it facilitated 12,800 Muslims in making their pilgrimage to Makkah, and barricaded streets for Muslims to help them celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr.

http://www.alukah.net/world_muslims/0/120813/#ixzz4tnO6GDTI