Youtube? Or Dhimmitube?

Via Hot Air: 

They caved when Pakistan pulled this on them. They caved when someone objected to Nick Gisburne’s exercise in Koran quotation. They cavedwhen one of our own anti-jihadi Vents was alleged, without explanation, to contain “inappropriate content.” They’ll cave this time too, although for the moment they’re playing it cool:

The government of the world’s most populous Islamic state says YouTube has two days to take down a Dutch lawmaker’s provocative film on the Koran or it will block access to the popular video-sharing Web site…

In response to queries, a YouTube spokesperson said the site allows people “to express themselves and to communicate with a global audience.” [See the above links. — ed.]

“The diversity of the world in which we live — spanning the vast dimensions of ethnicity, religion, nationality, language, political opinion, gender, and sexual orientation, to name a few — means that some of the beliefs and views of some individuals may offend others,” she said.

Videos that breach YouTube guidelines are removed, and some graphic material is restricted if not suitable for all audiences, the spokesperson added.

CNS says it’s a two-day ultimatum but Reuters says the ban is already in effect. Question for our techie readers, assuming this isn’t over even their heads: How hard would it be to filter individual videos like “Fitna” if you wanted to block them inside, say, a company? It would be as simple, I’m assuming, as imposing some sort of keyword block, but is there any way to limit that block to a single site or would you necessarily have to block that keyword for the entire Internet? My point is simply to discern how much of this is rank intimidation by Indonesia to get YouTube to pull the clip globally versus how much is a simple fascist inclination to “protect” its own people from the horrors of this particular video via targeted filtering software.

Elsewhere in “Fitna” news, jihadis are using it to justify violence ex post factoand women bulled into wearing burqas are burning Dutch flags. Business as usual, in other words.

This is somehow not surprising.  Youtube has a disturbing record for allowing jihadi videos (see my post ‘stop the cyber-jihad’ for instructions on how to fight this bilge), while they cave to any threats by the Religion of Peace™.  Youtube hasn’t pulled the videos yet, but count on it.  If so, LiveLeak still has it up, there are numerous other links, and I have it up on Veoh. 

It’s out there, and no amount of bullying is going to keep it down.  The video itself isn’t insulting to islam at all, Wilders made a point to keep it toned down.  The point that the RoP isn’t peaceful at all has been made by the very threats they continue to make, and the riots around the world.


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2 Responses to “Youtube? Or Dhimmitube?”

  1. abdulmomin Says:

    Indeed the correct way of understanding the real Islam is to refer to the Holy Quran as the basis for all knowledge and then understanding the Sunnah and Hadith in its light. Anything that cannot be linked back to the Quran cannot be declared an integral part of Islam. We must be very careful when we assume that something is or is not part of Islam. Allah has protected the Holy Book for this very purpose that no matter how much time passes the word of Allah remains pure and provides guidance to those who truly want to submit to his will and stay on course to becoming true Muslims.
    The values, injunctions, and the principles enshrined in the Book form the corner stone of the Islamic polity and the limits laid down by it provide the framework within which the laws of the Islamic State may be formulated. These principles, or limits, or framework, are immutable, but the statutes made by the State within these four corners are open to modification and change according to the needs of the times.

    The Qur’an is the last of the Divine Books, because Messenger-hood ended with Muhammad. No subsequent human opinion or pronouncement in matters of deen, therefore, can be recognized as authoritative; nor can any man-made law repugnant to the Qur’an be regarded as binding upon the Muslims. The Qur’an is a book of guidance for all mankind and transcends the barriers of time and space. The Islamic State is an instrument for the enforcement of the Laws and Injunctions embodied in the Qur’an.
    May Allah guide us and have mercy on us. Ameen.

  2. reformislam Says:

    DhimmiTube declines request to remove terrorist-produced videos

    YouTube has refused a request from US Sen. Joe Lieberman (ID-Conn.) to remove all videos sponsored by terrorist organizations like Al-Qaeda, contending that most of them don’t violate its community guidelines.

    Lieberman, chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, Monday called on the Google Inc subsidiary to remove video content produced by terrorist organizations that showed assassinations, deaths of US soldiers and civilians, weapons training, “incendiary” speeches and other material intended to “encourage violence against the West.”

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