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    If there was a pro-nazi group on facebook denying the holocaust or being pro-Hitler, I think Israel and western country's would make a stand against it.

    Based on this isn't Pakistan right to protest against the "Draw Mohammed Cartoon day" page on facebook?

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    There are plenty of pro-nazi the holocaust never happened sites on the internet, however we don't ban them. Just search for it via google, there are hundreds of sites saying it never occurred or it's a zionist conspiracy. However we respect others are entitled to their opinions even if they are distasteful to some.
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    There must be groups like that on there already, surely?
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    No. Facebook removed holocaust denial groups itself. Not the government. http://www.pcworld.com/article/16476...al_groups.html
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    They would say something about the group but would never ban facebook, we value freedom of speech...
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    (Original post by nightrider94)
    If there was a pro-nazi group on facebook denying the holocaust or being pro-Hitler, I think Israel and western country's would make a stand against it.

    Based on this isn't Pakistan right to protest against the "Draw Mohammed Cartoon day" page on facebook?

    Discuss.
    :facepalm2:

    Israel wouldn't bloody ban a whole network like Facebook if there were a few pro-Nazi groups (which there probably are).

    What a flawed attempt at an analogy.
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    It doesn't matter anyway. Youtube's banned in Turkey, but everyone still uses it because we know how to get round it. The same goes for Pakistan.

    Wake up people. :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by nightrider94)
    If there was a pro-nazi group on facebook denying the holocaust or being pro-Hitler, I think Israel and western country's would make a stand against it.

    Based on this isn't Pakistan right to protest against the "Draw Mohammed Cartoon day" page on facebook?

    Discuss.
    i hate the way debates about cartoons always seem to come back to holocaust denial. seems to be a point of contention. anyway, look around on there youll find many jew hating sites. id suggest looking in your favourites.
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    We wouldn't bat an eyelid in the UK. Holocaust denial isn't a crime here, even if it is in some of the countries where it actually took place.
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