YouTube is receiving significant backlash after denying an ad from a faith-based veterans group when they entered a specific religious keyword (Christian). The charity’s founder Chad Robichaux said when he tried the same ad using the keyword (Muslim) the ad raised no red flags and was approved. Robichaux of the Mighty Oaks Foundation took to twitter Tuesday explaining what occurred and offered a screenshot.
In Response to Robichaux, YouTube tweeted:
Following, Robichaux proved to YouTube on Wednesday:
“How do we reach the people we’re called to reach? We’re not a political organization we’re a ministry that’s called to serve the brokenhearted, and that’s what we’re trying to do.” stated Robichaux to Faithwire, “how do we operate as a Christian organization if we can’t use the word ‘Christian?'”
causing an uproar from other parties, including Ali Alexander:
Big Tech companies like Google and Youtube continuously allow both anti-Christian and anti-Jewish groups to continue on their platforms, despite supposedly having rules against any anti-religious content.
It isn’t the first time Google has shown favoritism of Muslims over others. Last February, Google, and Apple both agreed to feature and download in their app stores, Absher. This app allows Saudi Arabian men to track their wives. However, there is more than just Absher for pro-Sharia law apps backed by big tech companies in America.
In November 2018, an Android app was launched in the Google app store that allowed Muslims to report any individuals who commit blasphemy or insult Islam. The app, “Smart Pakem,” originated in Indonesia. Allows users and government officials to support Sharia law with tracking to target and report people who violate Islamic law. Including insults of Islam, and anything offensive against the Prophet Mohammed, or the acceptance of other religions versus Islam. Since the app’s launch, it has been attacked with one-star reviews and criticisms by anti-Sharia and human rights advocates. Absher will only make the lives of Saudi Arabia women more challenging. As it stands in Saudi Arabia, women are not allowed to make decisions without consulting with the men. Their clothing and makeup are monitored to ensure nothing emphasizes their beauty. Including not being allowed to interact with men outside of relatives, swim in public places, participate in sports, or try on clothes in a local dressing room.
Yiar Netanyahu, the son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Took to Twitter on Friday to blast the social network and the monopolist tech industry. In regards to allowing HAMAS the Palestinian terror organization, to use the social media platform to communicate their terrorist publicity while Laura Loomer, an investigative journalist is banned.