TWITTER 'ENFORCING ISLAMIC BLASPHEMY LAW'

WND | 1/20/2019 | Staff
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Twitter is virtually enforcing Pakistan’s notorious blasphemy law, contends an author who recently was informed by the social-media company of a complaint that his book analyzing the minds of Islamic terrorists violated the Muslim-majority nation’s notorious statute.

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“It’s just absolutely surreal and Kafkaesque that a social-media giant in the free world is trying to enforce blasphemy laws — or, for now, carrying the message,” said Jamie Glazov, the author of “Jihadist Psychopath.”

It was a tweet promoting his book that drew the complaint. Twitter then informed Glazov of the complaint and suggested he hire a lawyer.

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Referring to the Pakistani Christian mother now in hiding after being jailed for a decade on blasphemy charges, Glazov said Twitter “basically is “saying it’s on the side of those masses in Pakistan rioting on the streets that want the blood of Asia Bibi.”

Is is also possible that Twitter is acting out of fear, trying to avoid the kind of terrorist reprisal experienced by the Paris magazine Charlie Hebdo?

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“There are always layers,” Glazov said, noting he addresses the “Stockholm Syndrome” phenomenon in his new book.

Many in the West, he said, will “ingratiate themselves with these totalitarian entities, because they want to avoid the punishment.”

Executioners

“So they try to out-radicalize their potential executioners.”

Glazov, the editor of David Horowitz’s FrontPage Magazine and host of “The Glazov Gang” show, left the Soviet Union in 1972 at the age of 9. His parents were both dissidents who spoke out against human-rights abuses by the communist regime during the Leonid Brezhnev era.

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Glazov said his effort to expose the threat of supremacist Islam is rooted in his “love for America and freedom.”

“I dedicate myself to protecting a beautiful society, an experiment like this that cherishes individual liberty,” he said.

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Glazov said his family “escaped the...
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