Twitter Sends Journalist a Legal Notice Stating She Violated Pakistan’s ‘Blasphemy Laws’
CBN — Critics of Twitter say recent incidents are signs that the social media company is enforcing Islamic blasphemy laws on their site – Islamic laws which are known as shariah.
In a recent encounter, conservative journalist Michelle Malkin was warned of a 2015 tweet showing cartoons of Islam’s prophet Muhammad. Twitter’s legal department sent her a notice saying she had violated Pakistan’s blasphemy laws.
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