Zazzle: Promoting Islamic terror & Jew Hatred is OK, but Advocating to Bring Home Shalit? -Against Rules!

Against Zazzle's Rules?

As we pointed out back in August of 2008, on Zazzle one can find all merchandise which promotes Hamas. Or, if you prefer, buy a Hezbollah shirt for the kids!

We urged folks to write to them in protest, but the promotion of Islamic terrorism, still exits. According to Wikipedia:
Zazzle is an online retailer that allows users to upload images and create their own merchandise (clothing, posters, etc), or buy merchandise created by other users.

Zazzle was founded in 1999 by Robert Beaver, and his sons Bobby and Jeff Beaver. In 2005, Google investors John Doerr and Ram Shriram invested US$16 million into the business. The site was recognized by TechCrunch as 2007's "best business model" in its first annual "Crunchies" awards, and has been noted by industry experts, such as B. Joseph Pine.

Today, we are outraged to find that a friend of the JIDF tried to print stamps through Zazzle which were advocating to bring Gilad Shalit home, and received the following response from Zazzle:

Dear missyaks,

Thank you for your interest in, and thank you for publishing products on Zazzle.

Unfortunately, it appears that your product, israel2, BRING HOMEGILAD SHALIT EST 2006, contains content that is not suitable for printing at

We will be removing this product from the Zazzle Marketplace shortly.

The details of the product being removed are listed below:
• Product Title: israel2, BRING HOMEGILAD SHALIT EST 2006
• Product Type: Postage
• Product ID: 172993441712646207

• Result: Not Approved
• Policy Violations:

o Design incorporates material the primary purpose of which is to advocate or protest any particular religious, social, political, legal or moral agenda of any person or entity.

We apologize for the inconvenience, a detailed description of the policies are located here.

If you have any questions or concerns about the review of your product, please email
Best Regards,
Content Review Team, Inc.

Here, Zazzle claims to be removing this content because it "incorporates material with the primary purpose of which is to advocate or protest any particular religious, social, political, legal or moral agenda of any person or entity."

But what about the Islamic terrorist content? What about this antisemitic content with the "joke", "What's faster than a speeding bullet? -A Jew with a coupon."

What about all the content which is promoting the boycott of Israel?


Be sure to contact them with your outrage:

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