Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg came up with a post in which he asserted that he will not compromise with freedom of expression on Facebook and will not let one group of people dictate what people can share across the world. He was referring to the recent attacks on French newspaper as well as the threats he had received from a Pakistani when he refused to ban blasphemous content on Facebook.

Zuckerberg’s post on Facebook in context with the attacks on the offices of a French satirical newspaper ‘Charlie Hebdo’ has exposed his bias towards Muslims, giving many Muslim Facebook users a jolt.  He said that such attacks cannot silence the voices and opinions of people around the world. However, a number of Muslims (particularly Pakistanis) who commented on the post did not agree with Zuckerberg’s stance saying that he was singling out Pakistanis and projecting them as terrorists. Many of them said that they have never found Zuckerberg condemning the barbaric massacres of Palestine, Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria, nor did he denounce the killing of more than 140 children in an attack on a school in Pakistan.

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Moreover they said that Facebook’s policies discourage cyber bullying and countless pages on Facebook have been banned for posting offensive stuff.  Thus he has no grounds to defend the blasphemous content on his site against Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) in the name of freedom of speech.

The attacks on Charlie Hebdo in Paris are also linked with Islamic extremism since the paper had been repeatedly publishing defaming images of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H).