Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Against Extremism In Pakistan And France
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO Facebook, posted a status update in which he condemned extremism and supported victims of France incident and their families. He made it clear that Facebook is “committed to building a service where you can speak freely without fear of violence”. He said this while narrating his own personal experience of an extremist in Pakistan who fought to have him sentenced to death. This incident occurred when Facebook “refused to ban content about Mohammed which offended him” and Muslims around the world.
The latest extremist incident in France promoted this status update from Mark. Twelve people, including 8 journalists, 2 police officers, a caretaker and a visitor, died when two masked men opened fire on satirical magazine’s office. They were angered due to irrelevant depictions from the magazine about Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).
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