Frontpage’s Glazov banned from Facebook for reporting Islamist threat to him – made on Facebook

Frontpage’s Glazov banned from Facebook for reporting Islamist threat to him – made on Facebook

[Ed. – It’s possible that if Jamie Glazov hadn’t made the “Religion of Peace” reference, he might not have gotten the 7-day ban for this.  But we don’t know, and in any case, the aggressive “break your mouth” language clearly came from the other guy.  Moreover, if a user called out someone thought to be a Christian for making a threat like “I’ll come sock you in the jaw,” and did so by saying “This is how Christians act” — you know as well as I do that Facebook wouldn’t defend Christianity from defamation.]

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…said this to Ayoub on Facebook that there would be a lifelong ban …

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.

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