Known as ‘Apostate Prophet’ (@exmuslimprophet) he talks about Islam in great detail, having been born to and practiced the faith for most of his life (until 4 years ago). But at Twitter, you are considered a hater if you quote verbatim the violent, bigoted, racist, supremacist and misogynistic teachings found in Islam’s holiest book – the quran. Wouldn’t want to offend those Islamic extremists and terrorists, now, would we?
Apparently, Apostate Prophet has converted to Judaism. Does that mean he would also get banned for negative tweeting about Nazi ideology?
I am a former Muslim. We are persecuted by Islam, and you silence us?
Please fix this immediately! pic.twitter.com/0xYQW0uvh7
— Ridvan Aydemir (Apostate Prophet) (@ApostateRidvan) January 31, 2019
Please tweet with this hash tag #RestoreApostateProphet
He also has an account at Twitter with his real name: Ridvan Aydemir @ApostateRidvan