Nonie Darwish Moment: Facebook Punishes Me For Violating Sharia

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang presents The Nonie Darwish Moment with Nonie Darwish, the author of The Devil We Don’t Know.

Nonie discusses Facebook Punishes Me For Violating Sharia, sharing how she was banned for committing a thought crime about Islam. 

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4 thoughts on “Nonie Darwish Moment: Facebook Punishes Me For Violating Sharia”

  1. This is an eye opening account of what Islam is from someone who actually lived it. I wish everyone would listen!

  2. It should be spelled Fascbook because it is an Islamofascist social media organisation regulated by Moroccan Muslims.

    We need a free alternative to Fascbook, but since Fascbook … that also has Scrabble and other popular features of Fascbook that make it so ubiquitous and powerful. But that doesn’t look like coming. Pamela Geller is suing Fascbook for censoring freedom of speech – I hope she succeeds. Mark Zuckerberg is a fascist dictator! Nonie Darwish is his innocent, principled victim, standing up for freedom and defending us from the totalitarian death-politics of Islamic Shariah.

  3. Interesting that we now have modern day “Giants” — particular in media & communications — that have power that even governments would love to have. Just what is Zucker-Face-Berg trying to accomplish? Making Facebook “friendly” (read PC) so that the “unwashed” might learn something that makes them more sympathetic to the idea of a world community (in the image of Mark Z and his “friends”)? Or is it to get more “members” to drive up the value of ad revenue and, thus, Z’s net worth?

    In the nutty world of today, I can’t blame Zuckerface for censoring. After all, we have even in the USA the mentality that, if Policeman in Louisiana and Minnesota are perceived doing something wrong to a minority, the emotion wrought conjure that Policeman in Dallas, Texas must be the objects of revenge (so a “man” travels from Kansas City to do the deed).

    Perhaps Zuckerface might think that, if someone posts something offensive on his brainchild, the poster won’t be physically attacked, he will. As, just this week, Zuckerface assumes his position as the 4th wealthiest in the world, he seems to continue to exhibit what he very apparently did not learn at Harvard — wisdom, courage, and a regard for the lessons of the age of reason and enlightenment. So he coddles the Islamo-Nazis.

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