Is Dr. Israr Ahmed’s Youtube Channel terminated? Revealed: A piece of news is coming into the headlines about Dr. Israr Ahmed that his official Youtube channel has been removed from Youtube. Yes, you read it right, Dr. Israr Ahmed was a Pakistani Islamic theologian, Islamic scholar, and philosopher. He gained a huge name and fame in the Islamic community. However, he passed away in 2010. Recently, his name came to the light again when his Youtube channel got removed from Youtube. The news has been circulating all over the internet rapidly. Many people have been searching to know the reason behind removing Dr. Israr Ahmed’s official Youtube channel. Here, you will get all the essential details about this matter. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Is Dr. Israr Ahmed’s Youtube Channel terminated?
As per the sources, Youtube has removed the official YouTube channel of Dr. Israr Ahmed. The channel had over 2.9 million subscribers along with 351.2 million views on 3,916 videos. His channel was a good source of knowledge for Muslims. A Jewish news agency named the is celebrating this move as a victory. As per the media outlet, eventually, Youtube succumbed to their pressure and closed the channel. Hassan said that the website hosted and didn’t remove the anti-semitic videos and even avoided moderators’ warnings to delete them from the channel.
Dr. Israr Ahmed’s Youtube Channel
He added that Malik Faisal Akram from Blackburn, the UK saw the clips on the channel ahead of flying to Texas and taking four hostages at the Beth Israel synagogue on 15 January. Three of the friends of the terrorist admitted this week that he was radicalized by watching Pakistani hate preacher Israr Ahmed on the internet. He said he was ignored too when he bookmarked the clips disclosing the killing of tour guide Eli Kay by Hamas’s Fadi Abu Shkaydam in Jerusalem on 21 November.
He said that the owners have told him that they were not able to take them as the makers of the videos were not on the banned list of Youtube and no terrorist logos appeared. Hassan told the Jewish Chronicle that the policy of Youtube is a farce. The officers from the Youtube platform stated, “Hate speech is not allowed on YouTube. We remove content that promotes violence or hates against individuals or groups.”
Talking with the JC, Youtube said, “upon review, we removed the channels belonging… to Israr Ahmad for violating our policies on hate speech, and eleven other videos were removed as a result of this circumvention or for violating our policies on violent extremism,” and also for hate speech. Stay tuned with us to get all the updates.