Sharia YouTube: “Muslim” keyword allowed, “Christian” keyword banned

Google/YouTube labeled Ben Shapiro and Dennis Prager “Nazis,” and buries content that portrays Islam in a negative light, even if it’s accurate, but jihad terror preaching is OK with them. And this new incident makes YouTube’s bias crystal clear.

“YouTube Bans Keyword ‘Christian’ but Allows ‘Muslim’ in Public Service Ad, Veteran Activist Says,” Sputnik News, July 26, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

According to former Marine and founder of a group helping US war veterans Chad Robichaux, the Google-owned video platform has deemed the word in question to be “unacceptable content” that violates the giant’s advertisement rules. At the same time, an experiment of his reportedly showed that the word Muslim was permitted.

Head of the Mighty Oaks Foundation Chad Robichaux has complained on Twitter that his organisation, which helps combatants through post-traumatic stress disorder, had been prohibited from tagging its YouTube ad with the keyword “Christian”.

“Insane! Censorship should terrify every American; conservative or liberal, Christian or Muslim. This bias is a dangerous course for America”, he posted.

We ran a @YouTube ad for our veterans ministry outreach for those in need & it was denied for the word “Christian”. Insane! #Censorship should terrify every American; conservative or liberal, Christian or Muslim. This bias is a dangerous course for America. @MightyOaksFDNpic.twitter.com/at5CsAfEht

— Chad Robichaux (@ChadRobo) July 23, 2019

​The social media team at the Google-owned video-hosting giant soon replied to his accusations, insisting that “religious beliefs are personal, so we don’t allow advertisers to target users on the basis of religion”.

“Beyond that, we don’t have policies against advertising that includes religious terms like ‘Christian’”, the YouTube team posted.

However, this response prompted accusations of double standards against the platform, as Robichaux responded that his organisation had managed to run “the exact same ad with the keyword ‘Muslim’”, which was approved, in contrast to the “Christian” tag. He also insisted that his group had run ads with the keyword “Christian” for years, including garnering 150,000 impressions for that word in the ads this year alone….

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