May 11, 2022

Facebook is at it again — censoring the (Christian) victims of violence and sexual abuse while covering up for their (Muslim) abusers.

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A few months ago, I wrote about how Facebook had variously “punished” and censored me for writing about the Muslim persecution of Christians.  The only explanation the “social media giant” gave was that I had offended its “standards.”

If there were still any ambiguity as to Facebook’s true motivation, consider the following story which was reported by ReMix earlier this year:

A UK-based Catholic charity has accused Facebook of censoring its campaign to protect Christian women who have been exposed to violence in predominantly Muslim countries.

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Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) had launched a digital campaign in November to raise awareness of the violence often experienced by persecuted Catholic women in Islamic countries, and had chosen to spend money on Facebook to promote its posts.

However, the social media giant opted to severely restrict the organization’s ability to publish adverts online on Facebook, whilst simultaneously banning the charity from its affiliated platforms, Instagram and WhatsApp.


The campaign had been directed towards United Nations authorities and the UK government, and had included a report titled Hear Her Cries which detailed the acts of sexual violence committed against Christian women in Muslim-dominated countries such as Nigeria, Mozambique, Iraq, Egypt, Pakistan and Syria.

For the record, the plight of Christian women in Muslim nations is, indeed, deplorable.  That is because they suffer from a “double whammy”: they’re both women and infidels.  Thus, in the words of a 2018 report dealing with the Muslim persecution of Christians, “The most significant findings were that Christian women are among the most violated in the world, in maybe a way that we haven’t seen before.”  Six women were raped every day simply for being Christian, the report found.

Another 2016 report states: