VIDEO SHARIA-COMPLIANT FACEBOOK blocks “I Am a Christian” ad for ‘offensive’ speech

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March 19, 2015


Facebook has blocked an advertisement for the upcoming independent film “I am a Christian,” citing marketing rules against ads that use ‘offensive’ (in other words, pro-Christian) speech.

Washington Times Producers of film, set to star Fox News contributor Stacey Dash and “Hercules” star Kevin Sorbo, are attempting to raise $500,000 in production costs online. The film will tell the story of Meriam Ibrahim, a Sudanese woman who refused to recant her Christian faith in the face of a death sentence, The Daily Caller reported.

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The production company Christian Lives Matter, which so far has only raised $2,400 for the film, says Facebook rejected a promotional ad that asked users to proudly declare their Christian faith.

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After finally being released from Sudanese prison, Meriam meets pope Francis

“Are you a Christian?” the ad asks. “We challenge you to change your profile picture to this ‘I Am A…

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