الأخلاق والمحاذير الشّرعيّة في العمل الإعلامي
The goal of this research is to introduce the set of ethics that Islamic media professionals must possess, which are represented in: honesty (honesty in speech, honesty in intention and will, honesty in resolve, honesty in fulfilling one’s resolve, honesty in deeds, honesty in the positions of religion), and to be He must be clear in his media message, be faithful to it, be patient in his call and work on it, and strive to obtain a scoop, striving for seriousness and boldness in his presentation and objectivity.
The honest Muslim journalist, whose behavior is governed by the fear of God Almighty, is the true guarantee of the integrity of information and facts, the source of bright ideas, and the possessor of sound opinions. Because he works out of fear of God Almighty in people, not fear of people in God Almighty.
The legal prohibitions in Islamic media work, which the media person or journalist must avoid, are: lying, as objectivity is the journalist’s weapon in conveying the truth, and anxiety in the face of irreversible calamity, as the media person does not have the right to make his media material hostage to anxiety and calamity, but rather he must mitigate it. The affliction of people, the envy that causes media treatment to be emptied of its true content, assistance in disobedience which is forbidden to media professionals as their sin is double, and anger which the Noble Qur’an portrays as: a satanic force that oppresses a person and pushes him to actions that he would not have done if he had not. Angry, intimidation and intimidation, and the prohibition of intimidating a believer is established, even if it was just with a look that was intended to intimidate, and the prohibition is intensified if the intimidation is a gesture with a weapon.
Keywords: Ethics, Caveats, Media Work, Moral Distinction, Islamic Vision.
Saad AL-HAJJI, Jinan University, Tripoli – LEBANON