by: Pamela Geller
Syndicated by: Montana News
As of late I have been repeatedly warned and blocked on Facebook for my reportage about violent and stealthy jihad activity, sharia oppression of women and non-Muslims, and my other activity for human rights.
Whether it is a concerted effort by Muslims and leftists to report me to the shadowy and inaccessible Facebook authorities, or whether Facebook itself has developed code that enables it to search out and destroy points of view that it opposes and hates, it speaks to a deeply troubling development.
Over the past week, my page “Islamic Jew-Hatred: It’s In the Quran” has been taken down from Facebook because it was “hate speech.” Hate speech? Really? The page ran the actual Quranic texts and teachings that called for hatred and incitement of violence against the Jews. So who exactly was responsible for any “hate speech” that may have been present on the page?
When they took down the page, photos of Muslims such as this one were removed.
This is an actual photo of a Muslim holding a sign saying “Death to the Juice” at an anti-Israel rally in New York City. The photo was taken my esteemed colleague Pamela Hall. It is news. Facebook policy dictates that truth is hate speech.
Despite its content being simply factual, the page was taken down. Up only two weeks, it had 10,000 followers. Of course, I started a new page, “Islamic Antisemitism: It’s in the Quran” — like it here. But I suspect that this page won’t live long on Facebook, either.
Why is Mark Zuckerberg scrubbing evidence of Muslims inciting people to commit acts of hatred and violence? Why do Mark Zuckerberg’s policies allow for vicious posts and pages against Israel to stand, but exposing the truth behind that Islamic hate is prohibited? That’s sharia.