In my previous post, I discussed the leader of a militant Islamic group in Hyderabad, India, Arshad Ali Qasmi, and how he was instrumental in having a publisher of civil service test study guides arrested, because the contents of the guides “hurt Muslim sentiments.” I talked about how he is the leader of a militant Islamic group with the long and tongue-tangling name of “Majlise Tahaffuze Khatme Nubuwwat Trust.” Here is the group’s description of itself, copied directly from Facebook:
“Majlis Tahaffuz e khatme Nubuwwat Trust A.P (INDIA) is establish in the year 2001. The sole purpose and mission behind the establishment is the annihilation of these destructive mischief mongers of Qadiyan, so that the boundless treasure of strong fondness for Prophet Muhammad (sw) and love of Almighty may survive and thrive among Muslims and their future generations. Thus, in this cause, MTKN has been working tirelessly towards the preservation of Khatme Nubuwwat, and the extermination of Qadianis.”
A few words of explanation: Qadiyan/Qadianis is a derogatory term for those who follow the Ahmadi sect of Islam. The issue is that the Ahmadi do not believe Mohammed was the last prophet. To most Muslims, this is heresy and blasphemy. The Quran and many hadiths have Mohammed stating that he is the last prophet. Since the Ahmadi don’t believe this, many Muslims, including this group, see them as “destructive mischief mongers.” The term Khatme Nubuwwat means the unity of Muslims in believing that Mohammed was indeed the last prophet of God. The Ahmadi are seen as spreading discord and having a negative impact on the cohesion of the Muslim Umma.
This group boldly states that their “sole purpose” behind their group is “the annihilation of these destructive mischief mongers of Qadiyan.” They claim to have been “working tirelessly towards the preservation of Khatme Nubuwwat, and the extermination of Qadianis.” Suppose someone else started a group whose sole purpose was the annihilation of these destructive mischief monger Muslims; the extermination of Muslims? Wouldn’t you think that if someone created a group like this, a group recommending genocide, that Facebook would remove it as soon as it was reported? Indeed, I know that groups like this have been removed from Facebook.
But apparently, to Mark Zuckerberg and his thoroughly dhimmified, Islam-apologist company, Ahmadi lives don’t matter. I reported the group to Facebook last night, shortly after I published my previous blog post. This morning, I received a reply. Facebook said this: “We reviewed the Page you reported for displaying hate speech and found it doesn’t violate our Community Standards.” So it appears that militant Muslims urging genocide of a persecuted sect is within Facebook’s Community Standards, and isn’t considered to be hate speech. Ridiculous, Mark Zuckerberg. You know damn well that if a group surfaced urging “annihilation” and “extermination” of Muslims, that group would be deleted immediately. Knock it off with the hypocrisy and Community Double Standards. Stand up for REAL human rights for a change. Erase this Islamic message of hate toward the Ahmadi Muslim community in India. NONE of the Muslim terrorists who have attacked the United States have been from the Ahmadi sect; just sayin.’
To everyone else who reads this: here’s a link to the page of this offensive group of Muslim haters. Go report it to Facebook. Perhaps if enough people report this page, it will indeed be removed, and you’ll have helped erase just a little of the Islamic stain from the world. No true higher spirit would recommend genocide for a group that believes differently. Religion is a creation of man; not of the higher spirit. There are many pathways to the higher spirit. None of these involve recommending extermination for some of your fellow travelers here on the planet because of their differing theologies. Report this hate-filled Islamic page. If you get the response that the page doesn’t violate Community Standards, click on the ‘frowny face’ that appears when you are asked to rate your reporting experience; then give Facebook an earful about how the page you reported supports genocide….and urging genocide against ANYONE isn’t a part of MY Community Standards.