This is Day 15 of the 2017 #30Days30Writers Ramadan series – June 10, 2017
By Layla “FB Junkie” Abdullah Poulos
Granted, everyone’s social media experience is different, and the content that they share and see varies. However, it is important to explore this common notion among Muslims that social media is somehow anti-Islamic and should be eschewed for the sake of spiritual self-actualization.
To the contrary, the various forms of social media (see the list above) can be valuable tools in fostering some positive Ramadan vibes. So, here are three reasons why I stay logged onto my social media during the blessed month.