Friday, April 15, 2016
Is Quoting the Quran Now Banned on Facebook?
About a month ago this picture was removed from the God or Absurdity Reloaded Facebook page.
All it is doing is quoting a verse from the Quran alongside a picture of ISIS to try and make the point that ISIS are following what the Quran says. Why would FB censor that if it's so clear that ISIS has nothing to do with Islam? They could argue that the verse incites violence, but it's not the verse that's the problem - it's the ideology that actually believes the verse and decides to take it seriously - which is what ISIS and fundamentalist Islam try to do. If we can't even discuss this in the public sphere then how can we get the message out when the media is censoring this message out of fear of being thought racist or fear of inflaming the situation. As big as the problem of terrorism is, the problem of being too PC is in some ways just as great because it refuses to call the enemy what it is - Islamic terrorism being committed by those who are being faithful to what the Quran teaches and what Muhammad actually did.
Here's another meme that I made that surprisingly hasn't been censored (yet) that is relevant:
And in case anyone is wondering how we can know whether Islam is true or not:
What do you think? Leave your comment below in the comment section.