Muslims using social media platforms to create fake posts that implicate Christians in blasphemy cases

Islamic supremacist thugs “are increasingly using social media platforms to falsely implicate Christians in blasphemy cases by creating fraudulent posts. According to Open Doors USA, Facebook posts have become a new tool used by Islamic extremists to persecute Christians.” They do it by hacking into Facebook accounts. It’s a new way to persecute Christians, as is done in Pakistan, where some Muslims falsely accuse Christians of blasphemy, subjecting the Christians to mob lynchings, jail, or state execution.

The Islamic supremacist abuse of Facebook to persecute Christians is emboldened by Facebook’s own policies. Facebook recently adopted, and then quietly dropped after an avalanche of bad publicity, a new policy allowing death threats against what it deems to be “dangerous individuals and organizations.” Paul Joseph Watson discussed Facebook putting out a “fatwa” on him on video here. And Twitter has been enforcing Pakistan’s blasphemy law. Conservative author and Frontpage Magazine editor Jamie Glazov and many others have received warnings that their tweets violated Pakistan’s blasphemy law.

The sooner the infidel world wakes up and faces up to the truth about the supremacist and expansionary nature of normative Islam, the better. 1,400 years of persecuting minorities, practicing taqiyya to gain an advantage, pillaging, murdering, torturing and casting fear into the hearts of disbelievers — and now the global jihad is in a renewed stage of aggressive expansion. The House of Islam has also descended with fury upon the West, which Islamic scholars consider to be the House of War, to be conquered and subjugated by the House of Islam. Those who have been monitoring the Internet (even in the West) for material that is deemed to be insulting to Islam could now go after these people whose accounts were hijacked.

Under the sharia, disbelievers must be subjugated by any and every means possible. Social media is yet another means.

“Islamic extremists targeting Christians on Facebook,” by Leah MarieAnn Klett, Christian Post, July 24, 2019:

Islamic extremists are increasingly using social media platforms to falsely implicate Christians in blasphemy cases by creating fraudulent posts.

According to Open Doors USA, Facebook posts have become a new tool used by Islamic extremists to persecute Christians.

In one case in Egypt, a 26-year-old Christian man named Fady Youssef Todary noticed someone had hacked into his Facebook account and posted a blasphemous message. Later, after realizing what had happened, he posted a video on the platform explaining to his followers that it wasn’t him who produced the content.

But an angry mob of roughly 100 people had already formed and destroyed everything inside Todary’s family home in Ashnin El-Nasara, a village in Minya, south of Cairo. Fady’s parents were forced to flee their son’s home and seek refuge at a relative’s residence.

Just a few days later, Todary was arrested, along with his 19-year-old brother and two uncles. He has since been released but is awaiting trial on blasphemy charges.

Egypt has the harshest blasphemy laws in North Africa, according to the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, which notes that most blasphemy laws are “vaguely worded” but carry “unduly harsh penalties for violators.” Egypt’s blasphemy laws are a form of anti-minority oppression, targeting Coptic Christians as well as Shi’ite Muslims.

“First, Christians are accused of insulting or threatening Islam,” said Open Doors analyst Michael Bosch. “Next, they are attacked, their properties destroyed, and sometimes they are driven out of their houses.”

After this, the “authorities intervene, calming down the situation by arresting and prosecuting Christians for the alleged ‘crime,’” he said. The anonymous analyst added that it is unlikely the claims are true because “all Christians know the consequences of blasphemy.”

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