Facebook Bans Pastor After He Criticized Iran

A Christian pastor says Facebook suspended his account for three days over a simple post meant to criticize Iran and their homophobic policies.

Pastor Ken Peters of Covenant Church in Spokane, Washington, tweeted about the suspension from his social media account. . .

“My post was in no way hateful. I was making the point that totalitarian Muslims in Iran persecute and execute LGBTQ people. On the other hand Freedom loving Christians in America disagree with their immorality, but would never hurt them,” Peters said.

“It is strange and ironic that the LGBTQ community would take the side of those who would murder them if they could,” he concluded. (Read more from “Facebook Bans Pastor After He Criticized Iran” HERE)

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