Facebook Continues to Allow Anti-Christian Extremists

Daily Stormer
May 5, 2019

Khadim Hussain Rizvi: the face of Peace preaching the religion of Peace.

More and more people are starting to notice Facebook’s “biases.”

Daily Mail:

Facebook is allowing anti-Christian extremists freedom to peddle hate despite closing down accounts of far-right and anti-Semitic leaders, MailOnline can reveal.

The social media giant this week said it had shut down profiles belonging to Alex Jones and Milo Yiannopoulos were thrown off Facebook, along with Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan and the white nationalist Paul Nehlen, saying they had violated its policies against dangerous individuals and organizations.

But the company was today accused of hypocrisy when hordes of anti-Christian fanatics and anti-Semites are allowed to function freely on the site despite a raft complaints.

Keep in mind that by “anti-Semites” they most likely mean MOSLEMS (who, coincidentally, are also anti-Christian).

They say hate preachers like the Pakistani cleric Khadim Hussain Rizvi – spiritual leader of the extremist group Tehreek-e-Labbaik – spreads anti-Christian rhetoric to thousands of followers on the network.

Rizvi was behind massive demonstrations to demand the death penalty for Asia Bibi, a Christian mother-of-five accused of blasphemy by a Pakistani court and was sentenced to death by hanging in 2010, before being acquitted last year.

He also praised the murder of Muslim shopkeeper Asad Shah by Islamists in Glasgow in 2016.

Fiyaz Mughal, director of the anti-racism group Faith Matters, reported him to Facebook in November 2017 amid concerns that his hatred was influencing British Pakistani communities.

But no action was taken and the fanatic remains active on the social network today.

Rizvi is not the only Islamist using Facebook to spread his messages of Christian-hatred.

Wael Aleji, an associate at the Wilberforce Alliance foundation, said that the platform has become ‘a sewer of poisonous anti-Christian hatred and anti-Semitism’.

‘Extremist groups like Hizb ut-Tahrir and the Muslim Brotherhood are very active on Facebook, both as organisations and as individual members,’ he said.

They have been reported so many times but Facebook does nothing. In fact, when a Muslim friend of mine wrote an article that was mildly critical of Islamic fundamentalism, Facebook removed it.

Sometimes I wonder whether the platform is really being run by Islamists.’

No, it’s run by Jews and Jews want white genocide. Islam is a tool that they use to work towards that goal.

Mr Aleji demanded to know why Facebook purge hasn’t included Ayat Oraby, the Egyptian blogger linked to the Muslim Brotherhood living in the US.

‘Some of the things she writes on Facebook about Christians are truly poisonous, especially in Arabic,’ he said. ‘People have complained many times. Yet she is allowed to carry on freely.’

It comes as a report by the Foreign Office found Christians are ‘by far the most persecuted’ religious group and are enduring what amounts to genocide in some parts of the world.

They are being driven out of the Middle East in a modern-day exodus that means the religion could be wiped out in parts ‘where its roots go back furthest’, the study found.

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt blamed ‘political correctness’ for a failure to confront the oppression of Christians, which he called the ‘forgotten persecution’.

It is, of course, par for the course to hold these kinds of double standards.

But that doesn’t mean we should stop pointing them out, just because we get bored of pointing them out. These double standard arguments really speak to the normies, so you need to arm yourself with the knowledge of an entire litany of them for your debates and attempts to redpill the goyim.