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March 25, 2008

Network Solutions Refuses To Host 'Fitna' But Finds No Problem In Hosting A Multitude Of Radical Islamic Websites Associated With Terrorist Groups

Topics: Dhimmitude

Yesterday, Hyscience, Michelle Malkin, and other bloggers posted on U.S. - based Network Solutions backing down to Islamist pressure and refusing to host Geert Wilders' anti-Islam, 15 minute, mini-documentary, due out last night. In a nutshell, Network Solutions caved in to radical Islam and spit in the face of free speech.

Given the refusal by Network Solutions to host a film one has to wonder why it is that Network Solutions actually violates U.S. law and is hosting radical Islamic websites, some of which belong to (or are closely affiliated with) terrorist groups.

As Rick Moran writes at American Thinker and as we noted in our previous post, "Given the freedom radical Islamists enjoy to spout their hatred on the internet one wonders why Wilders unseen film should suffer from being banned arbitrarily."

And most importantly, why does Network Solutions support radical Islam and terrorist groups while refusing an unflattering film about Islam? Why is an American based company willing to practice preemptive censorship?

Here's Network Solutions info; they need to hear your opinion of their support of radical Islam and their censorship of Fitna:

Network Solutions
Roy Dunbar, CEO
10 Azalea Drive
Drums, PA 18222
800-333-7680
www.networksolutions.com
More commentary at Jawa Report

Network Solutions' motto should be: "Friend of Islamists and enemy of freedom."

Related: Google, by its actions, continues to support radical Islam, moves against free speech, and fails to support the values and freedoms of Western civilization. Instead, it shrills for Islam and caters to Muslim whinning over the exercise of free speech: "Google dictators continue to manipulate search results, this time removing the website for Geert Wilders' movie, Fitna, from its search results. It continues to display results for web sites critical of Wilders as well as blogs it apparently hasn't screened yet."

Posted by Abdul at March 25, 2008 9:20 AM



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