The rise of Islamism in Tik Tok

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The rise of Islamism in Tik Tok

According to the report of the British newspaper Daily Mail, many American women have announced their decision to convert to Islam in response to Israel's war in Palestine on the Tik Tok network. This report quotes one of the new young Muslims as saying: "Israel's relentless use of force in Gaza has been a factor in my acceptance of Islam." Megan B. Rice, a 34-year-old from Chicago, used Tik Tok to describe the humanitarian crisis in Gaza at the same time as the bombing of Gaza, and then declared her interest in Islam by reading the Quran. Rice said in this connection that "I wanted to talk about the faith of the Palestinian people, how this faith is so strong and they still put gratitude to God first, even when everything has been taken from them." She recently confirmed her conversion to Islam. Some other famous people also recently published their experiences on TikTok by showing a copy of the Quran and covering their hair and expressed their solidarity with the people of Gaza.

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