Youtube Bans Video Of Muslim Man Slapping a Christian Woman And Making Other Men Watch
A You Tube video of a Muslim slapping a Christian woman and making other men watch has been banned as harassment
The other day I was asked to share the following disturbing video of a Muslim man beating a Christian woman and making other men watch.
Upon longing in I was informed that I received a strike because the video violates community guidelines against “predatory behavior, stalking, threats, harassment, bullying, or intimidation.”
How is this harassment? This is political correctness run amuck.
There are plenty of videos showing very similar content of someone from one race or religion committing a hate crime based on race or religion.
Yet due to the corporate media’s non-stop propaganda claiming Donald Trump is a fascist xenophobe this particular category of videos is now banned.
Apparently videos of Muslims throwing gays off roof tops while screaming “Allaha Akbar” aren’t banned yet.
Either that or they censors just haven’t seen it yet.
As you may know, our Community Guidelines describe which content we allow – and don’t allow – on YouTube. Your video “Muslims Slaps Christian Woman – Other Men Must Watch” was flagged for review. Upon review, we’ve determined that it violates our guidelines. We’ve removed it from YouTube and assigned a Community Guidelines strike, or temporary penalty, to your account.
Video content restrictions
YouTubers share their opinions on a wide range of different topics. However, there’s a fine line between passionate debate and personal attacks. As our Community Guidelines outline, YouTube is not a platform for things like predatory behavior, stalking, threats, harassment, bullying, or intimidation. We take this issue seriously and there are no excuses for such behavior. We remove comments, videos, or posts where the main aim is to maliciously harass or attack another user. If you’re not sure whether or not your content crosses the line, we ask that you not post it. Learn more here.
The impact of strikes
This is the first strike applied to your account. We understand that users seldom intend to violate our policies. That’s why strikes don’t last forever – this strike will expire in three months. However, it’s important to remember that additional strikes could prevent you from posting content to YouTube or even lead to your account being terminated.
How you can respond
If you believe this was a mistake, we’d like to hear from you. Please follow both of these steps as simply deleting the video won’t resolve the strike on your account.
- The next time you sign in you will be asked to acknowledge this strike on your account.
- If you would like to appeal this strike, please submit this form. Our team will thoroughly review your appeal and will contact you again very soon.
The next time you sign in you will be asked to acknowledge this strike on your account.
If you would like to appeal this strike, please submit this form. Our team will thoroughly review your appeal and will contact you again very soon.