World Fatwa Management and Research Institute, Is cyber sex or phone sex considered an adultery (Zina)?
"Zina according to Shari`ah is any illicit sexual intercourse. Thus pre-marital sex, extra marital sex and homosexuality are all considered Zina according to Islamic law. Zina is a major sin (Kabirah); It is absolutely forbidden.
Islam does not only forbid illicit sexual intercourse, but also forbids anything that leads to this sin and crime. 'Cyber sex', 'phone sex', etc. are those activities that can lead to Zina. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: 'The eyes commit Zina, the hands commit Zina and feet commit Zina and the genitals commit Zina.' (Musnad Ahmad, Hadith no. 4258) In another version, he is reported to have said that 'the genitals confirm or deny it.' (indicating that starring at opposite sex in a lustful way has a spontaneous effect on the genitals and may induce person to commit Zina)
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If your profile was active on FB before 2010, the details of that profile might be on profileengine.com - FB privacy at that period of time was not great and they where allowing external websites to search and index their data. In 2010, FB changed the privacy settings by removing that option - meaning if you set your profile for the option "NOT to be indexed by external search engines", no external website can copy/index the details you have on your FB profile.
Deleting a profile from profileengine.com follows a weird procedure. According to their site, in order to delete your profile, you have first to "claim" it. In theory, if your email address was mentioned on your FB, the site will contact you using that email address of yours, giving you access to your own profile on their site. If the email address was not visible on your FB profile when they stolen your details from there, according to their help section, the site will ask you to send them a copy of your national ID card, or driving license, so they can match the picture of you that they stole and your nickname, with the ones that appear on your official document...
Another option is to open a ticket on their "helpdesk", which will take up to a month to be answered, and they will ask for your personal ID also.
At this stage, it is hard to say how much you can trust a site stealing your personal information you never gave to them by giving them copies from your official doccuments.
The other way around - and we advise you to use this one - is through Google "right to be forgotten" form:
https://support.google.com/legal/contac ... arch&hl=en
Works if you are resident of the European Union ( Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom).
If you are not resident of those countries, you can use the Google option "fill-in a complaint for Copyright infrigement".
According to deleteprofileengine.com, you need to follow 3 steps for this last option:
1. 1) fill-in a complaint for Copyright infringement on your profile picture or other pictures stolen by profileengine. With your google account (like gmail), enter this link:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/dmca-dashboard and click on the "create a new notice" button. Then follow the instructions.
2) fill-in a complaint for privacy breach and identity theft (try to mention the law references of your country in this complaint) by going to the link https://support.google.com/legal/contac ... =websearch With this, google will remove the link from their search results.
3) fill-in a report for phishing of identification documents at this address:
In this report, mention that the site profileengine.com has been trying to obtain a copy of your identification documents, which is an illegal practice. By reporting this, google might decide to remove profileengine.com in its index and search results, and will display a warning to any link going to their website, about phishing and malware.
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