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Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Apple, and Amazon have all been following the same playbook. Interestingly, it’s the same playbook that’s been used by tyrants for thousands of years. For the Project Veritas video cited (“Twitter Insider Secretly Records CEO Jack Dorsey Detailing Agenda For Further Political Censorship”)
Three men in Pakistan were just convicted of blasphemy and sentenced to death for social media posts. For the Al Jazeera article quoted in this video (“Pakistan court sentences three to death for blasphemy”), click here: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/1…
More news about violence against religious minorities in Pakistan. For the Express Tribune article quoted in this video (“Two Suspects Held in Women’s Murder Case”), click here: https://tribune.com.pk/story/2278979/…
One of the standard “peaceful verses” of the Quran is Surah 2:256 (“There is no compulsion in religion”). According to the Tafsir of Ibn Kathir, however, this verse was abrogated by later commands to fight unbelievers in the name of Allah.
2020 was NOT a good year for the Myth of Perfect Preservation. 2021 is going to be even worse. Before we get started, I have two simple questions about the preservation of the Quran for our Muslim friends.
Time for our 2020 YouTube Rewind! 2020 was the year of the most epic meltdown in the history of Islamic apologetics. David Wood discusses what led to Sheikh Yasir Qadhi’s “Holes in the Narrative” interview with Mohammed Hijab, and the meltdown that followed. This video features a rewind of the meltdown by Qadhi, Hijab, Ali Dawah, Ijaz Ahmad, Adnan Rashid, MENJ (The Muslim Apologist), and Farid Responds. Welcome to 2021!
Islamic clerics in Pakistan stirred up a mob of more than a thousand people and sent them to attack a Hindu temple. The temple, in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa region, was battered and burned. David Wood discusses the issue.