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Facebook Bans Frontpage Editor Jamie Glazov For Reporting a Muslim’s Threat

April 17th 2018

Frustrated computer user

Facebook has banned Frontpage Editor and Glazov Gang host Jamie Glazov for seven days. Jamie's crime is posting/reporting on his Facebook page a physical threat that was made to him personally on his FB page by a member of the Religion of Peace.

On Saturday, April 14, 2018, a certain Muhammad Irfan Ayoub started commenting on Jamie's page, rebuking him for daring to bring attention to the persecution of women and girls under Sharia and telling Jamie to convert to Islam. As the exchange ensued over various aspects of Islam, and as Jamie made clear he did not want to convert, Ayoub made it evident that there would be punishment and that "Allah will defeat you." Jamie inquired how this punishment from Allah was synonymous with Islam being a Religion of Peace -- which Ayoub contested Islam to be.

Ayoub explained that there is only peace for those who obey Allah and his prophet, but for those who do not, there will be no peace.

This "dialogue" continued and then Ayoub made it clear that he would start Allah's punishment ahead of time and break Jamie's mouth:



Jamie then made two posts about this threat, showing the screenshot of it and (1) asking Mark Zuckerberg if Ayoub's threat is unsafe to the community and (2) pointing out that if a kafir (Islam's secret dirty word for the unbeliever) said this to Ayoub on Facebook that there would be a lifelong ban and police would be at the kafir's door within 12 hours.

See Jamie's two posts below:

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(2)



The next day, on Sunday, April 15, 2018, Facebook notified Jamie that he was now being punished with a seven day ban for the post he made asking Mr. Zuckerberg about whether or not Ayoub's threat is unsafe to the FB community. When Jamie tried to post anyway, he received the expected ban notice:

Then Jamie wrote to Facebook asking why he was was being banned for posting about/reporting a threat he had received:


Facebook has not responded to Jamie and the ban remains in place. It is now obvious what the rule is at Facebook: If a member of the Religion of Peace threatens to break a kafir's mouth, that is safe for the FB community and the kafir obviously deserves the threat because he is violating Islamic blasphemy laws in some way. And the kafir must be punished if he reports or complains about the threat. But if a kafir says something about Islam that upsets a Muslim, then that is a completely different matter. That for sure is unsafe for the FB community and the kafir obviously needs to be punished.


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