Abstract: The current decade is digital in all informational, cognitive, cultural and religious systems. Digital content and digital means and media invade all aspects of living, psychological, practical and scientific life, and the generations that interact most with the digital world are: Generation Z, followed by the ALPHA generation. These generations are known as the digital native. Generation Z represents the youth component, and they are the ones who will engage in the work community and interact more with societal segments culturally, cognitively, functionally, religiously, and morally. Generation Z is characterized by keeping pace with the acceleration of the world of digital media, and its exposure to the effects of digital globalization; With the ability to quickly adapt to patterns of coexistence within a digital virtual social environment, and a faster ability to keep pace, learn and acquire all communicative digitization data. Which reproduces - some of its aspects - the structure of religious culture in a way that responds to the tendencies of Generation Z and ALPHA, and its electronic preoccupations, and attracts Generation Y to it, to move it from the traditional paths of religiosity; Referring to traditional religious references; From sheikhs, preachers, books and research; To the digital religion that is subject to the formation of a religiosity in line with cultural globalization supported by digital globalization, through the introduction of market religion (market Islam), that is, the commodification of religious content on demand, and subjecting religion - teaching religion - to market theory, advertising marketing, advertising companies, advertising and guidance for a specific segment of society, and the formation of preachers who address Certain age groups or nationalities, and the development of their speeches in terms of style, language, themes, advertising direction, format, photography and programming, relying on companies specialized in public speech programs, such as talk shows, talk shows, and famous YouTuber programs. The accumulation of digital debt manifestations increased; The huge amount of information flowing across the platforms, in very effective and attractive forms and patterns of images, films and programs, which gives the browser (the digital citizen) an increased confidence in itself because it can reach the answer to any inquiry without referring to the specialists. He created an atmosphere of learning and understanding among the youth of Generation Z, without any religious scientific rooting, nor a balance of Sharia sciences, but he is a graduate of social networking sites and nothing more, with the ability to self-learning. According to web and information studies, more than 60% of young people are immersed in the virtual digital space. This is a strong indication for changing the scientific and cognitive reference to traditional concepts of acquiring religious information. Here, the digital citizen of Generation Z is striving to build his religious concepts and their realistic appearance according to his default inclinations, without subjecting them to review by specialists, as he issues fatwas digitally, and without interacting with the Mufti in the first place. our stand out; The problem of the impact of the self-interaction of Generation Z with the data of religious digital globalization, and the extent of its impact on their religious gains and future in building religious identity, and the seriousness of the deterioration of religious moral values. Does the digital religion pose a threat to Z youth, or does it increase its global culture? Is obtaining religious information from the virtual world the same as obtaining it from its original references, scientifically and spiritually? In these papers, we seek to present a study of samples across the web, to understand the impact of digital religion on the religious culture of Generation Z, and to explore the religious identity manifested by the digital generation Z. And a statement that social media has benefited from the point of view of religion, allowed its spread, introduced its issues and the culture of its adherents, and facilitated communication among them. plan Introduction: 1. The concept of digital debt 2. Characteristics of Generation Z. 3. The level of connection of the Muslim generation Z with the digital world. 4. Statistics of religious sites. 5. The new manifestations of digital religion. 6. Societal effects of digital debt 7. The effects of digital religion religiously. 8. Methods of positively benefiting from religious digitization. 9. Ways to combat the negative aspects of religious digital globalization. - Conclusion. first results: Uncensored digital religion weakens religious, societal, and national loyalty. The spread of the anthropocentric philosophy and the doctrines of unilateralism. Disruption in the religious loyalty of Generation Z, due to their exposure to information on 4000 religions, and tens of thousands of religious, intellectual and philosophical groups. The role model of Generation Z has changed. The spread of religious and atheistic thought, as a result of the continuous infusion of wrong ideas through social media in a more refined manner. Isolation from the identity of the original community, alienation or religious alienation. Keywords: religion, digital, digital religion, generation Z, digital citizen.