Ban Islamophobia, like Holocaust from Facebook, Imran Khan writes to Zuckerberg

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan stated he has written a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in search of a ban on Islamophobic content material on the social media platform. Khan stated that “growing Islamophobia” is “encouraging extremism and violence across the world and especially through social media platforms such as Facebook.”

Pakistan PM Imran Khan has written to Facebook CEO Zuckerberg, in search of ban on Islamophobic content material. (Image: Reuters)

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan took to Twitter on Monday to tell that he has written a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in search of a ban on Islamophobic content material on the social media platform. He additionally warned of a rise in radicalisation amongst Muslims.

Imran Khan shared the letter on Twitter, saying that “growing Islamophobia” is “encouraging extremism and violence across the world and especially through social media platforms such as Facebook”.

“I appreciate your taking the step to rightly ban any posting that criticises or questions the Holocaust, which was the culmination of the Nazi pogrom of the Jews in Germany and across Europe as Nazis spread across Europe,” Imran Khan stated in his letter to Facebook.

“I would ask you to place a similar ban on Islamophobia and hate against Islam for Facebook that you have put in place for the Holocaust,” Imran Khan wrote whereas accusing India and France of discriminating towards Muslims.

Earlier, Imran Khan accused French President Emmanuel Macron of attacking Islam after the latter criticised Islamists and defended the publication of cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.

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