Osama Bin Laden Alive and Well...on Facebook *UPDATE*


Despite the United States taking out Bin Laden, popularity for the Islamic terrorist continues to roar on Facebook, where millions celebrate him on the platform which is now notorious for its lackadaisical and negligent approach towards antisemitic and Islamic terrorist content.

Simple searches for his name in both Arabic and English reveal hundreds of fan pages with thousands of Bin Laden supporters.  Other Facebook pages  are now springing up, in hopes that Bin Laden "rests in peace."

As we've mentioned and covered on this site for the past three years, despite Facebook's "rules" against hatred and violence, their record of removing such material has been absolutely dismal.

Meanwhile, Facebook continues to be quick to censor and remove pro-Israel and Jewish content that it apparently does not like.

As we were the only one's to report, Facebook recently destroyed the largest Jewish and pro-Israel community on its platform.

UPDATE:

Facebook has often cited it "real name" policy in its effort to completely destroy Facebook accounts of people with whom Facebook apparently does not like.  They claim they do not selectively enforce their TOS, but we find it very hard to believe that there are this many Osama Bin Laden's on Facebook.  Yet just try to register a "David Appletree" account on Facebook.  You cannot.  Apparently, the Jewish, pro-Israel, pro-peace founder of the JIDF is more of a threat to Facebook than Osama Bin Laden. 



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