Mark Zuckerberg’s Promise To Muslims Won’t Stop Donald Trump

11 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Facebook Boss Promises To Support Muslims On Social Network.

Mark Zuckerberg reassured Muslims Wednesday that they are welcome on Facebook, posting on his page, “I want to add my voice in support of Muslims in our community and around the world.” With one billion users, including a number of Muslims, Mr. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is offering words of support for Muslims who fear retaliation for the recent violent attacks by Islamic extremists in Paris and San Bernardino.The millennial innovator who got the world to share sonograms, goofy wedding photos, relationship statuses and innermost thoughts on Facebook is doing a lot of sharing himself these days. Priscilla Chan reading (the fictional) Quantum Physics for Babies to his adorable newborn baby daughter Max — who appears to be soundly asleep. (Max speaks for all of us.) The ambitious choice of reading material caused one of Zuckerberg’s followers to post a witty response: “Starting her young, I see. But Zuckerberg isn’t typically quick to voice his opinion on hot-button issues, suggesting the statement was more personally than professionally directed; a shift that has become especially apparent following the birth of his son, says The New York Times. “After the Paris attacks and hate this week, I can only imagine the fear Muslims feel that they will be persecuted for the actions of others,” Zuckerberg wrote. “If you’re a Muslim in this community, as the leader of Facebook I want you to know that you are always welcome here and that we will fight to protect your rights and create a peaceful and safe environment for you.” “From a Muslim-American to a Jewish-American, thank you for your important words,” wrote Facebook user Ayman Mohyeldin. “Our communities have more in common than what many lead us to believe divides us.

My kids were still just learning calculus at that age.” (“This made me laugh out loud,” Zuckerberg said, actually spelling out “lol” now that he’s a dad.) It’s in keeping with Zuckerberg’s newly schmoopy Facebook page, which has been nonstop cute baby and dog pictures since he started his paternity leave. It’s actually World Order by Henry Kissinger.” He continues: “This is important for creating the world we all want for our children, and that’s what I’m thinking about these days. If only more of our country’s leaders echoed your sentiments.” “No offense, me also being Jewish, our people never strapped bombs to their chests in the name of Jihad.

While Zuckerberg’s Year of Books project will actually focus on Henry Kissinger’s World Order next, Zuckerberg suggested he might be looking for real children’s books soon: “I am loving reading to Max. Zuckerberg did not refer specifically to any proposal, but the co-founder of the world’s biggest social network said, “As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities.”

He has defended his approach to philanthropy, posted gleeful tidbits about his mop-haired dog dressed up for Hanukkah and shared the joys of parenthood after he and his wife, Dr. This board book about all different kinds of babies — fat and tall babies, spring and fall babies — takes advantage of the fact that babies love to look at other babies. In 2010, it declined to take down pages related to “Everybody Draw Muhammad Day,” an Internet-wide protest to defend free speech that surfaced in repudiation of death threats received by two cartoonists who had drawn pictures of the Prophet Muhammad.

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