Friday, January 9, 2015
Extremists Had Fought To have Him Sentenced To Death-CEO Facebook
A day after 12 people have shot dead in an attack at the headquater of Charlie Hebdo , a weekly that lampooned Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), CEO Facebook Mark Zuckerberg in a status update said an extremist had fought to have him sentenced to death. He added that because Facebook had refused to ban content about Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)that offended Him. The Facebook CEO said that social networking portal followed the laws "in each country" adding that it 'never lets one country or group of people to dictate what people can share across the world. The Wednesday's deaths in the quite Parisian neighbourhood included those of four prominent cartoonists, among them editor-in-chief of Charlie Hebdo, who had lived under police protection for years after receiving death threats.