Facebook Submits to Islam: Censors and Destroys "Everybody Draw Mohammad Day" Page


We've been promoting it. Pakistan flipped out over it and banned Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Flickr and now Facebook has decided to submit to Islam and censor a page, or better yet, a community of over 100,000 fans and over 8,000 photos uploaded.

The Dhimmis who run Facebook are making the Islamists proud.

At the current moment, when clicking on the link for the "Everybody Draw Mohammad" page, it just takes us to the Facebook home page. That means Facebook has removed the content. However, Facebook is known for both its glitchiness and its indecisiveness in these matters. They used to deactivate and reactivate the founder of the JIDF twice a month for about a year, before they finally made up their minds. Thus, there is a slight chance that the page could magically crop up again. Let us know if it does. (Update: It did, and then disappeared again later in the day.)

Facebook has censored this group and submitted to Islam, while Holocaust denial, jihadist material, and other antisemitic material stays. This is nothing new for Facebook as they have repeatedly censored material which which might "insult" Islam. They also recently censored a JIDF group with nearly 5,000 fans without providing any warnings, or explanations.

This latest gesture of appeasement to Muslims is, once again, completely subjective. The page was not a "hate page." It was targeting a false "prophet", an idol, a pedophile and genocidal maniac. It was attacking a "religion" and ideas, not generalizing people. Facebook destroyed a good thing, as it submits to Islam. Zuck was probably paranoid that the Muslims would think he was a Zionist. All of this is ironic, considering Facebook cites "free speech" and their "open" attitude when it comes to hatred against Jews and the Jewish state, but then again, Facebook is becoming notorious for its double standards and hypocrisy - from the promotion of hatred and jihad on its platform, to the many privacy issues and concerns that plague the company.


As we mentioned, Facebook is a very indecisive company. They temporarily banned the page, only to bring it back shortly thereafter. Probably not a glitch. They just like messing with their members. The company is run by children who do not know what they are doing with your content


The page has been censored, again. As one of our readers commented:

I think Facebook knows how to work an audience: they pull the page, "Facebook did x!" They restore the page, "Facebook did y!" Repeat.
Makes sense. Facebook will do anything for publicity. They have no morals or ethics and do not care about the communities that are built there, or their members' content.

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