Facebook allowing platform to genocidal anti-Christian cleric

Facebook had their recent censorship clampdown across its platforms, taking outconservative personalities, such as Milo Yiannopoulos, for being a “dangerous individual”.  I bet he got a kick out of the wording as his only real so-called crime is being an effective troll on the wrong side of the political spectrum. He himself leads nothing. Louis Farrakhan was another ‘victim’ of the Facebook sweep, but he really does lead a dangerous organisation, the Nation of Islam, which makes no secret of its agenda.

Louis Farrakhan seems to have been the only Muslim hate-preacher banned by Facebook,  but there are plenty more. A particularly vile Pakistani cleric, Khadim Hussain Rizvi, continues to have his social media profiles, despite many campaigns to have him removed going back years, from the Ex-Muslims of North America to the Grievance-Mongering Taqiyya-Artists at TellMama. We know TellMama normally gets a lot of traction–like the hate group SPLC–with governments and social media monopolies.

Rizvi is the leading cleric who called for Pakistan to be shut down, demanded the death of Asia Bibi, and conducted regular broadcasts attacking Christians, LGBT and Jews.

I do understand it’s hard for such clerics as Rizvi not to be hateful as they are believing zealots preaching their scripture. It would be hard to avoid the dozens of calls for genocide in Islamic texts. No other religion has this issue. Any Leaders like Rizvi should be banned under Facebook’s new policies against “dangerous individuals and organizations“, so what’s up FaceBook?  Is Islam getting a free ride?

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