After London jihad massacre, Facebook removes video claiming connection between terrorism and Islam

Facebook, Twitter, all of them are desperate to cover up the increasingly obvious connection between terrorism and the religion with a holy book that thrice exhorts believers to “kill them wherever you find them” (Qur’an 2:191, 4:89, 9:5) and calls upon believers to strike terror in the hearts of the enemies of the deity (Qur’an 8:60), who himself vows to strike terror in those who don’t believe in him (Qur’an 3:151, 8:12).

But it isn’t working. Despite both Facebook and Twitter shadowbanning Jihad Watch in mid-February, such that referrals from both are down 90% every day since February 11, 200,000 more readers came to Jihad Watch in May 2017 than in May 2016, and readership in general is as high or higher than it has ever been. The truth will out, despite the desperate measures of the totalitarian purveyors of the Big Lie to obscure it. Facebook and Twitter are worthy children and heirs of Josef Goebbels.

“‘If you can’t see a connection between Islam and terror you’re blind or stupid’: Facebook REMOVES video Jewish leader posted online after the London terror attack for breaking its rules,” by Jacob Polychronis, Daily Mail Australia, June 5, 2017:

Facebook has removed a video posted by a prominent Jewish community member after he claimed there is a clear connection between terrorism and Islam.

Outspoken Israeli army veteran Avi Yemini posted a live video after the London terror attacks which received almost four thousand likes. 

In the video he claimed there is an obvious link between terrorism, and those who cannot see it are ‘stupid’.

‘If you can’t see a connection between Islam and terror you’re blind or stupid,’ he said.

Mr Yemini told Daily Mail Australia the post was removed by Facebook for violating community standards. 

He has since posted a response to Facebook in which he says ‘lefties’ pulled down the live video, and claims Muslims can say what they want. 

‘The funny thing is if I was an Islamist, there would be no problem with anything I say,’ he says in the video posted on Monday.

‘In fact I could say I’m gonna behead someone now … It’s a bloody disgrace.

‘I actually didn’t say anything too controversial.’ 

Mr Yemini also reveals in the video a number of his separate accounts have also been shutdown by Facebook.

‘Something seems a little bit off here … I’m very careful about choosing my words in a way that it doesn’t go against their terms and conditions,’ he says.

He then implores people to follow his Facebook page to send a powerful message about censorship to the ‘leftist’ social media giant….


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