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Amid accusations of support posts anti-Islam .. Zuckerberg: Facebook place to talk freely
Commented Mark Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of “Facebook”, the shooting that targeted the headquarters of the newspaper “Charlie Hebdo” satirical in France and caused the deaths of 12 people, including a number of employees, statements emphasizing its support for freedom of expression on the social network.
Zuckerberg said, through his account on the official Facebook, but after thinking in that incident and review his personal experiences with the extremists, sees the need to reject the attempts of those extremist group that is trying to silence the voices and opinions of everyone around the world.
Zuckerberg said he will not let that happen in Facebook, and he is committed to building a service where they can speak freely without fear of violence, and that the social network will always be a place where people exchange all over the world from different views and ideas.
CEO of “Facebook” and added that the social network will continue to follow the laws in each country, but it will not make one or a group of people dictate to countries all users from around the world what Icharcnh.
He spoke Zuckerberg for an earlier incident in which Facebook to obey orders what he called extremists refused, he said on his account, “a radical in Pakistan years ago have demanded Baaadama because we refused to ban content for Mohammed,” he said, referring to the network refused to delete the content earlier in which the abuse of the Prophet Mohammed published on A thread by 2010.
Zuckerberg’s remarks come after a few days out of a media report confirms that social networks like Facebook and Twitter faces accusations wide support posts anti-Islam, and which enhances the phenomenon of “Islamophobia” in excess of prejudice and hatred against Muslims.
The Independent newspaper has indicated in achieving her that networks such as Facebook and Twitter refused to remove hundreds of posts increase the tension against Islam, despite continuing reports against those posts, both ordinary users or private associations of anti-racism in all its forms.
The Gazette added that recently increased on those types of posts racism against Islam, social networks, which described Muslims in several capacities, including rapists and Almsthen for children and accused them of that dangerous the minimum of the seriousness of cancer, and that those posts had been exposed publishers of any counter-measures, either delete their entries or suspend their accounts.
The statement came Zuckerberg in a campaign, “I am Charlie” JeSuisCharlie which launched to support the satirical newspaper after the incident, a campaign in which several media companies and platforms from around the world Harkat, including Google donated Bmaigrb of $ 300 thousand for the newspaper.Viewing:-230
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