Youtube aiding Islamists by banning MEMRI account

Truth Revolt reports that Youtube has disabled MEMRI’s account for daring to tell the truth about islamic hate-speech.

It is nothing short of the kind of bullying as practices by Giovanni Tiso. There always seem to be some Stalinist prick that wants to stifle open debate.

Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) is a valuable resource for those who want to learn what the Muslims in the Middle East are saying to each other away from the eyes of the mainstream media. Early on Tuesday, YouTube deleted the MEMRI account for “repeated or severe violations of our Community Guidelines and/or claims of copyright infringement.” In other words, someone complained that MEMRI was sharing truthful videos of Muslim hate-speech (what some call Islamophobia).

Most MEMRI videos features Muslim speakers denouncing Israel, Jews, the West and/or the United States.  MEMRI translates the text into English and adds it as a subtitle on the video. Recent examples of MEMRI videos posted on TruthRevolt include Jordanian MP: The PA Must Not Defend The Interests Of The Filthy Jews and Yemeni Child Leads Crowd in Chant ‘Curses Upon the Jews, And Victory for Islam’.   

This isn’t the first time YouTube has deleted MEMRI’s account. MEMRI can appeal the decision, which they have done in the past. They have always been reinstated.

Until the reinstatement, MEMRI videos can be seen on its site, MEMRI.org  The videos posted there do not have the ease of embedding with a YouTube code.

MEMRI is a fantastic resource, I use it all the time.

Youtube just seems to be an enabler of terror groups now.

 

– Truth Revolt


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