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As'salaamualaykum Wa Rahmatullaahi Wa Barakaatuh

 

Some of you might know that the facebook page 'I am Living for Al-Akhirah' was banned by facebook some months ago.

 

The page is back again and will not stop in spreading al haq! insha'Allaah.. Join in : http://www.facebook.com/GardenOfTheRighteous

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Waalaikumsalam,

Why did facebook ban it? I don't have facebook anymore so can't join it. I don't like facebook because it is made by jew (who knows if it support palestine's occupation) and too much privacy violation there. Also,the founder (mark z.) has ever insulted facebook members for giving him private informations. Read this article:

 

 

 

Facebook CEO Admits To Calling

Users 'Dumb ######s'

 

Mark Zuckerberg admits in a New Yorker

profile that he mocked early Facebook

users for trusting him with their personal

information. A youthful indiscretion, the

Facebook founder says he's much more

mature now, at the ripe age of 26.

"They trust me — dumb ######s," says

Zuckerberg in one of the instant

"messages, first published by former

Valleywag Nicholas Carlson at Silicon

Alley Insider, and now confirmed by"

Zuckerberg himself in Jose Antonio

Vargas's New Yorker piece . Zuckerberg

now tells Vargas, "I think I've grown and

learned a lot" since those instant

messages.

And yet the old quote resounds precisely

because Facebook continues to stir up

privacy controversies at regular

intervals. Zuckerberg justifies his privacy

rollbacks by saying the social norms have

changed in favor of transparency, but, as

tech executive Anil Dash tells the New

Yorker , that sort of change is much more

appealing for a privileged, Ivy Leaguer

golden boy of Silicon Valley like

Zuckerberg than for his half a billion

users, many of whom work for less

tolerant bosses and socialize in more

judgmental circles.

The dichotomy between Zuckerberg's

philosophy and the lives of his users

makes revelations about the Facebook

CEO's own private life all the more

interesting. It seems natural to figure

that this forceful advocate for

transparency is ready to test his own

informational boundaries a bit.

And Zuckerberg does open up a little to

the New Yorker , admitting that he's red-

green colorblind, and explaining the

Mandarin lessons he's been taking:

They're for a scheduled vacation with

girlfriend to Priscilla Chan to China. And

Chan, it turns out, is finally moving in

with Zuck.

Then there's Zuckerberg's defacto

unfriending of Aaron Sorkin, the

screenwriter behind Zuckerberg's least

favorite Facebook movie The Social

Network . The CEO had listed Sorkin's TV

show The West Wing as a "favorite" on

his Facebook profile, only to remove it

under questioning from Vargas. Now

Zuckerberg's re-favorited the West Wing .

Curious. Apparently living under the new

social norms can lead to old school

regret. Even if you're Mark Zuckerberg.

 

 

 

So,it will be better if you make it in other social network like twitter or Islamic social network like muslimgroups or muslimsocial.

Wassalam

Edited by Raihanna

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