According to Raymond Ibrahim, who was born in the U.S. to Coptic Christian immigrants from Egypt and is fluent in Arabic, reports that while driving through Los Angeles earlier this month, he discovered that the WiFi networks of several businesses ban access to raymondibrahim.com.
For example, a screenshot from the Galleria, a 1.6 million square foot mall located in Glendale, says this about raymondibrahim.com:
As anyone who has visited my website since its inception 16 years ago knows, raymondibrahim.com focuses almost exclusively on the Islamic question: it looks at doctrinal and historical issues pertaining to Islam, that religion’s interactions with non-Muslims—with a strong focus on Christian minorities who are regularly persecuted by the adherents of the religion of peace—and contemporary Islamic terrorism.
In what world can any of these topics be labeled “pornographic”? In the “left’s” world—where lying and cheating and doing everything possible to conceal the truth has become standard practice.
For the record, some of my articles do discuss sexuality in the context of Islamic doctrine—for example, that Muslim men can have up to four wives and as many concubines as their right hands possess (a paraphrase of Koran 4:3). However, whenever addressing such topics, I always do so through the most professional and objective language possible—never in a “pornographic” or lurid manner.
While on a couple of the networks that banned my site, I googled and searched for sex-related topics (e.g., “rape”), and, lo and behold, countless—not a few of a rather sordid if not downright pornographic nature—popped up; and most of them were accompanied by sexual ads depicting half-naked women.
None of this is surprising but rather in keeping with my and others’ experiences. As discussed in this article, Facebook recently banned me for posting content—an article about Muslims slaughtering Christians—that did not meet its “standards”; other “big tech giants”—including Google Search and YouTube—have also censored my writings and videos that contradict their leftist agenda and narrative—again, the Muslim persecution of Christians chief among them.
Here is one of his “pornographic” videos: