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Snapchat featured The Holy City of Mecca live… and the response was simply brilliant!

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Snapchat featured The Holy City of Mecca live… and the response was simply brilliant!

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Last week the hashtag #mecca_live went viral, and thousands of Muslims around the world tweeted Snapchat to feature the Holy City on the 27th night of Ramadan, widely regarded as Laylatul Qadr (The Night of Destiny) by many Muslims. And Snapchat did exactly that!

Here are some of the brilliant responses by non-Muslims on the Snapchat story:

https://twitter.com/MrEskola/status/620718558163693569

https://twitter.com/JenniferCar8/status/620683969386950656

https://twitter.com/is_itsafe/status/620654438139695104

Snapchat is a social media platform which allows users to share pictures and videos for 10 seconds. In 2015 Snapchat introduced ‘Snapchat Stories’ from different cities around the world, generated by users on the social media platform.

We would like to thank Snapchat for giving Muslims this opportunity to share their faith with millions across the world and listening to us! Share your appreciation too:

[easy-tweet tweet=”Thank u @Snapchat for giving Muslims the opportunity to share their faith! #Mecca_live – via @themuslimvibe” via=”no” usehashtags=”no”]

Whilst you’re here…

The Muslim Vibe is a non-profit media platform aiming to inspire, inform and empower Muslims like you. Our goal is to provide a space for young Muslims to learn about their faith as well as news stories affecting them, so we can reclaim the Muslim narrative from the mainstream.

Your support will help us achieve this goal, and enable us to produce more original content. Your support can help us in the fight against Islamophobia, by building a powerful platform for young Muslims who can share their ideas, experiences and opinions for a better future.

Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe, from as little as £1 – it will only take a minute. Thank you and Jazakallah.

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Last week the hashtag #mecca_live went viral, and thousands of Muslims around the world tweeted Snapchat to feature the Holy City on the 27th night of Ramadan, widely regarded as Laylatul Qadr (The Night of Destiny) by many Muslims. And Snapchat did exactly that!

Here are some of the brilliant responses by non-Muslims on the Snapchat story:

https://twitter.com/MrEskola/status/620718558163693569

https://twitter.com/JenniferCar8/status/620683969386950656

https://twitter.com/is_itsafe/status/620654438139695104

Snapchat is a social media platform which allows users to share pictures and videos for 10 seconds. In 2015 Snapchat introduced ‘Snapchat Stories’ from different cities around the world, generated by users on the social media platform.

We would like to thank Snapchat for giving Muslims this opportunity to share their faith with millions across the world and listening to us! Share your appreciation too:

[easy-tweet tweet=”Thank u @Snapchat for giving Muslims the opportunity to share their faith! #Mecca_live – via @themuslimvibe” via=”no” usehashtags=”no”]

Whilst you’re here…

The Muslim Vibe is a non-profit media platform aiming to inspire, inform and empower Muslims like you. Our goal is to provide a space for young Muslims to learn about their faith as well as news stories affecting them, so we can reclaim the Muslim narrative from the mainstream.

Your support will help us achieve this goal, and enable us to produce more original content. Your support can help us in the fight against Islamophobia, by building a powerful platform for young Muslims who can share their ideas, experiences and opinions for a better future.

Please consider supporting The Muslim Vibe, from as little as £1 – it will only take a minute. Thank you and Jazakallah.

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