by Andrew Bieszad on June 2, 2016
Over the past six months, Shoebat.com has experienced increasingly greater harassment from Facebook for “violating community standards,” which is a euphemism for making somebody upset because we wrote something they did not like. In all cases the complaints have been bogus, but the fact is that Facebook is not the “free” platform it claims to be. It is a private corporate playground and ultimately, it is the Facebook “censors” who determine what content they allow on their networks.
We have documented how German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish President and Sultan aspirant Recep Erdogan both have been working with Mark Zuckerberg to silence criticism of Islam and report critics to their respective governments for prosecution.Zuckerberg has shown himself to be a willing participant- so long as he continues to make money and have fame he will continue to sell out Western civilization for his 30 silver pieces.
Not surprising, Facebook was one of a coalition of companies that recently signed an agreement with the European Union to aggressivel... This “hate speech” translated into English means “anything that offends Muslims.”
However, what has not gotten attention is the fact that ISIS is now using Facebook to sell Christian and Pagan girls as sex...
The Washington-based terror monitoring organization Middle East Media Research Institute’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor Project has discovered the Facebook profile of a German national IS (also known as ISIS, ISIL and Daesh) fighter, who appears to have tried to use Facebook to advertise and facilitate the sale of captured sex slaves.
The German militant, who goes by the name Abu Assad Almani, posted pictures of two captured women to his Facebook page on May 20 and included an asking price of $8,000.
What makes her worth that price?” a Facebook friend of Almani’s named Romeo Langhorne asked. “Does she have exceptional skill?”
Almani replied by saying that “supply and demand” dictated the price, to which the Langhorne argued that the price was “too high.”
Another friend named Abdulrahman commented on the post by saying that for $8,000, “that thing should be buy 1, get that troll for free.”
Other Facebook friends complained because Almani posted pictures of unveiled women.
It is unclear as to whether or not Almani was selling these women or if he was just helping facilitate the sale for other militants. The photos and posts were taken down within hours by Facebook administrators but not before MEMRI captured screengrabs of the posts.
Thankfully, Facebook moderators took down these posts, but this should point out the hypocrisy of the current situation.