Twitter Shows Support for Islamic Shariah Law, Warns Conservative Pundit Michelle Malkin to Get Legal Counsel for Violating Pakistan’s Blasphemy Laws

Critics of Twitter say recent incidents are signs that the social media company is enforcing Islamic blasphemy laws on their site – Islamic laws which are known as shariah.

In a recent encounter, conservative journalist Michelle Malkin was warned of a 2015 tweet showing cartoons of Islam’s prophet Muhammad. Twitter’s legal department sent her a notice saying she had violated Pakistan’s blasphemy laws.

“I’ve been #SiliconValleySharia -ed. Here’s the notice Twitter’s legal dept sent me last week, warning me to get legal counsel because anti-blasphemy Muslim zealots complained that my Mohammed Cartoons tweet violates Pakistan’s laws,” wrote Malkin in a tweet.

“I have written to Twitter’s legal & media relations departments seeking answers and comment on why American citizens who use their service are now subject to Pakistan’s oppressive anti-blasphemy laws. No response yet – hi @jack can you respond==> #SiliconValleySharia,” she continued.

As a US citizen, Malkin was shocked Twitter was attempting to hold her subject to another country’s law, especially the oppressive laws of radical Islam.

Other conservatives have faced similar warnings from Twitter. Last, Jamie Glazov, the author of “Jihadist Psychopath,” says Twitter suspended him for telling the truth about Islam. He also says he received a complaint and a warning in December to hire a lawyer for promoting his book in a tweet.

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Source: CBN

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