Google and YouTube have been caught sponsoring a symposium that featured a roster of “known Islamist anti-Semites,” and a widely recognized monitor of radical Islamic terror is wondering why.
“Why are Google and YouTube providing a forum for Islamists who approve of Shariah-imposed ‘death by stoning?’” asks Steven Emerson, founder of the Investigative Project on Terrorism.
“For more than two decades, the IPT has investigated the operations, funding, activities and front groups of Islamic terrorist and extremist groups in the United States and around the world. It has become a principal source of critical evidence to a wide variety of government offices and law enforcement agencies, as well as the U.S. Congress and numerous public policy forums,” his site explains.
Just now Emerson is asking why the web giants were lending their names and finances to an organization called Imams Online to hold a “Digital Summit.” . . .
Google, while lending its name to the pro-Islam event, also has been censoring pro-Israel voices, such as Prager University. Its YouTube company has “restricted access to Prager U’s pro-Israel videos and has removed dozens of other videos for no apparent reason other than Google does not like Prager’s politics,” IPT reports. (Read more from “Google Caught Sponsoring Symposium for ‘Islamist Anti-Semites'” HERE)