Facebook, Social Media, Aiding Jihad; Censoring Those Who Counter Jihad

For the past few years, large social media and other online companies have been seeking to restrict or even criminalize content that could be construed as critical of Islam or Muslims, including when the material simply exposes the words and actions of radical Islamists.

The recent attempt by the digital payment platform, PayPal, to forbid two conservative organizations — Jihad Watch and the American Freedom Defense Initiative — from continuing to use the service to receive donations, is a perfect case in point. Although PayPal reversed the ban, its initial move was part of an ongoing war against the free speech of counter-jihadists — those working to expose the ideology, goals, tactics and strategies of Islamic supremacists, and who are trying to defeat or at least to deter the Islamic supremacist global agenda.

Examples of this kind of censorship abound. 

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  • Hard Little Machine

    Of course they are. Allahu Truqbomb

  • A Hamilton Guy

    Just don’t use them; they’l change thier tune.

  • Alain

    Classify them and the rest as the utilities that they are in today’s world.