Why Did Facebook Block This Simple ‘I Am A Christian’ Ad?



Facebook has and is censoring anything that goes against Islam. From taking down Anti-Islamic posts and pages to blocking an ad for a Christian movie. Where did freedom of speech go? The political correctness is making the way for Islam to dominate social media.

This will shed light on the mystery of why so many Anti-Islamic pages have been taken down. Zuckerberg at first wouldn’t bow to the demands a Turkish court ordered but later was found out he cooperated. It has said 1,893 pages have been taken down.


Daily Mail reports: 

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A Turkish court has ordered authorities to block access to Facebook pages that ‘insult’ the Prophet Mohammed and warned the whole site will be banned if the company doesn’t comply.


The country’s state-run news agency confirmed that a court in Ankara issued the order yesterday, following a request by a prosecutor.

The decision comes just days after another court ruling banned access in Turkey to web pages featuring the controversial cover of the French satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo depicting the Prophet Mohammed.


Facebook did eventually bow to pressure and blocked the images in Pakistan.

And this from The Daily Caller:

Facebook has censored a fundraising appeal for a Christian movie because the social media company says that the ad degrades people.

Producers of the forthcoming independent film “I Am A Christian” are attempting to raise $500,000 in production costs online. The film, set to star “Clueless” actor Stacey Dash and “Hercules” star Kevin Sorbo, will tell the story of Meriam Ibrahim, a woman arrested in the Sudan last year for converting to Christianity.

Their campaign has raised just over $2,000 so far on indiegogo.com.

But when producers tried to promote their fundraising effort on Facebook, their ad was rejected.

“Are you a Christian? We challenge you to change your profile picture to this ‘I Am A Christian’ photo for one week! Change your picture now, and challenge your friends to do the same. Stand up and declare Yes, I Am A Christian!!!,” the producers wrote in a message beside their ad graphic.

“Your ad wasn’t approved because it doesn’t follow Facebook’s Advertising Guidelines for language that is profane, vulgar, threatening or generates high negative feedback,” Facebook wrote to producers of the film. “Ads can’t use language that insults, harasses or demeans people, or addresses their age, gender, name, race, physical condition or sexual preference.”

In the Quran it states world domination, and where else to start but on social media. This sickness is infecting the free world and it’s spreading fast. I know there will be those people who try to say it’s just all propaganda, but, in my eyes, they are the ones who are still sheep. This is outrageous and suckerberg is just that, a sucker! 


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