Sunday, December 29, 2013
Google Blocked Dutch Politician For Spreading Anti-Islam Initiatives
Google has deactivated the mail account of far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders following complaints that anti-islam politician was using it to spread anti-islam initiatives. "Unbelievable, Google just blocked the account. It seems Muhammad Rabbae's complaint was successful." Wilder's Rweet was qouted by NL Times on Friday, December 27. Wilders was referring to the complaint presented by Rabbae on behalf of National Council of Morroccans at Google that Wilders was abusing its service.Rabbae's move followed many other complaints that were lodged against Wilders after he came out with his Anti-Island sticker a week ago, it read," Islam is a lie, Muhammad isd a criminal, The Qur'an is a poison." (Astaghfirullah, Naozo billah, La haula wala Quwata Illah Billah, May this Laeen go straight to Hell, Naql e Kufr Kufr Na Bashad)) The blogger has just quoted his wordings to express grief and sorrow on the mentality of non-muslims and their hatrd, their enemity, passions and show their real face having their negative thinking about Islam. The politician claimed the sticker was not an action against Muslims. After Google's move, Wilders launched new account where people may order his sticker. Wilders is notorious for his rants against Islam and Muslims. He has also called for banning the Noble Qur'an, describing the Muslims' Holy book as "Fascist". In 2008, Wilders released a 15-minute documentary accusing the Holy Book Qura'an of inciting violence. Wilders'visit comes amid tension in Australia over a recent protest by Australian Muslims against a US- made film mocking The Prophet Muhammad ( peace and blessings be upon him) which degenerated into violence.