Sunday, May 19, 2019
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter scramble to remove video of New Zealand Mosque shooting
Social media companies have struggled to block, uncover and remove violent content despite increasing public outcry and political pressure
2019/3/16 - 02:00
After calling for all Muslims to leave Israel,
Netanyahu's son banned from Facebook
, The son of Zionist Regime of Israel's controversial prime minister was temporarily blocked from Facebook after he published a post criticising the website as the ''thought police'' and shared previously banned content. In January the younger Netanyahu was recorded making disparaging comments about women and boasting to friends about soliciting prostitutes.
2018/12/17 - 14:34
CAIR calls for Councilman’s resignation after ‘hate-filled’ facebook posts
The Council on American-Islamic Relations called Tuesday for County Councilman John Grasso to resign after he shared a series of “hate-filled, Islamophobic and xenophobic” posts about Muslims on his Facebook page.
2018/10/3 - 21:00
Follow HawzahNews English account on Facebook, Instagram
Hawzah News Agency now has active official accounts in English on Facebook and Instagram.
2018/10/3 - 09:32
Hijab support group gets Facebook award
“Surviving Hijab,” Facebook group supporting hijabi Muslim women has won a Facebook Fellowship.
2018/9/27 - 14:00
Anti-Muslim Facebook is even worse than we thought
“Anti-Muslim groups are way worse, in every way, than what I would have guessed coming in,” Megan Squire, a researcher who just finished a study on anti-muslim Facebook groups, told News. She found that the groups were filled with content that violates Facebook’s hate speech policy. Yet the groups, many of which had tens of thousands of members, remained up.
2018/8/7 - 13:30
Facebook, Twitter close accounts of Hezbollah's War Media
Facebook and Twitter closed accounts of Hezbollah's War Media on Friday without notice.
2018/6/23 - 18:26
Nottingham, first Britain city to plan “love a Muslim” day
Nottingham is the first British city to announce hosting a “Love A Muslim Day” event as an antidote to “Punish A Muslim Day” hate campaign.
2018/3/25 - 08:10
UN slams Facebook for allowing hate material agst. Rohingya in Myanmar
United Nations(UN) human rights experts have slammed the online social media platform Facebook for allowing the incitement of violence against Rohingya Muslims in the Buddhists-majority country of Myanmar.
2018/3/14 - 02:00
Bangladeshi detained for posting offending images
A man has been detained in central Bangladesh, for reportedly posting on Facebook several photos defaming the Quran. His brother Hedayet Islam was also detained in the afternoon.
2018/1/14 - 23:45