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The retaliation has been swift and severe: Robinson has been banned from YouTube and Facebook, and now his book has been withdrawn from sale.
Coauthor Peter McLoughlin states: This is the twenty-first century equivalent of the Nazis taking out the books from university libraries and burning them. Can you think of another scholarly book on Islam that has been banned by Amazon? Mein Kampf is for sale on Amazon. As are books like the terrorist manual called The Anarchist Cookbook.
This is an extremely ominous development. Amazon and Barnes and Noble -- which is also not carrying this book -- have a virtual monopoly on book sales. When these two giants refuse to carry a book, that book effectively does not exist. If they are now going to ban books that are critical of Islam and opposed to jihad terror and Sharia oppression of women, gays, and others, then an Islam-critical perspective will be almost impossible to find anywhere.
Mohammed’s Koran is critical of Islam’s holy book. It endeavors to illustrate how violent jihadists justify their actions by referring to Islamic texts and teachings -- and that’s all. Robinson and McLoughlin call for no violence. Their book is accurate.
originally posted by: Mach2
While I'm fairly conservative, and believe in free speech, i also believe a private company is free to sell, or not sell something as they see fit.
If you don't like their policies, don't spend money with them.
It's no different than a baker choosing not to bake a cake for a same sex wedding.
It's called freedom.
originally posted by: Xcalibur254
a reply to: JDmOKI
So a site like ATS should be required by law to host any post no matter how repugnant and vile?
A forum like r/The_Donald should not be allowed to delete any post critical of Trump?