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Facebook: ‘I Am A Christian’ Ad Disallowed For Being “Offensive” But ‘Death To Israel’ Page “Doesn’t Violate Standards”

Screen Shot 2015-03-23 at 1.19.15 PMFacebook: ‘I Am A Christian’ Ad Disallowed For Being “Offensive” But ‘Death To Israel’ Page “Doesn’t Violate Standards”

 

We reported on Facebook’s not allowing the posting of an ad for the movie “I am a Christian” because it was somehow “offensive” to someone.

“Are you a Christian?” the ad asks. “We challenge you to change your profile picture to this ‘I Am A Christian’ photo for one week! Change your picture now, and challenge your friends to do the same. Stand up and declare Yes, I Am A Christian!!!”

That was offensive, wasn’t it?

But apparently, a “Death To Israel” page is just hunky dory, stuff like this, just fine:
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