Facebook has removed the videos depicting how the praying Muslims at a – একেএম ওয়াহিদুজ্জামান

Facebook has removed the videos depicting how the praying Muslims at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, were shot down. Yet, I have managed to see those videos somewhere else. The first impression that crossed my mind after I saw the videos was that I watched a 'First Person Shooter' video game advertisements on Facebook where you can see a soldier from some western country killing “villains” with beard and wearing headpiece.

No doubt, such games have promoted white supremacy and terrorism across many parts of the world. And, the fact is that these games were being promoted on Facebook, and were allowed to spread hatred against Muslims resulting in a surge of the white supremacists.

Nowadays, the biggest threat for the western countries, including Australia and New Zealand, is the threat of terrorism by white supremacists. However, the Western media and research groups do not even want to acknowledge the existence of this kind of terrorism. Even today, many of them are busy in the propaganda of how hijab/burqa or beard/headpiece of Muslims poses a threat to Western civilization.

After spreading hatred through video games online, Facebook is now trying to remove the evidence of its end results. This is ridiculous.

Also, I would like to ask Bangladeshis to take a look at your face before you start criticizing the Christchurch incident. Ask yourself what you did when Bangladeshi law enforcers massacred innocent people in Dhaka on May 5, 2013. Ask yourself, if you still support that infamous slogan “catch a shibir (activist) and slaughter him”.

I wonder how you condemn a violent hate attack which has taken place in a foreign country, when you nurture identical hatred inside your own heart. This is total hypocrisy.

#Christchurch, #NewZealand, #ChristchurchShooting, #Islamophobia

A K M Wahiduzzaman | উৎস | তারিখ ও সময়: 2019-03-15 21:36:13