Skip to comments.Google Manipulates Search Results to Conceal Criticism of Islam and Jihad
Posted on 08/03/2017 7:09:53 AM PDT by Ray76
The jihad against the freedom of speech is advancing rapidly, and most people dont even know its happening.
Turkeys state-run news outlet Anadolu Agency reports:
Googles first page results for searches of terms such as jihad, shariah and taqiyya now return mostly reputable explanations of the Islamic concepts. Taqiyya, which describes the circumstances under which a Muslim can conceal their belief in the face of persecution, is the sole term to feature a questionable website on the first page of results. (emphasis added)
Reputable according to whom? Questionable according to whom?
Google has bowed to pressure from Muslims such as Texas imam Omar Suleiman, who led an initiative to compel Google to skew its results. Apparently Google hasnt considered whether those who are demanding that search results be manipulated in a particular direction might have an ulterior motive. Could it be that those who are pressuring Google wish to conceal certain truths about Islam that they would prefer non-Muslims not know?
(Excerpt) Read more at pjmedia.com ...
No concern to me. I don’t Google. But worry for the children!
Even google has submitted to Islam. Could be the fear of getting blown up or beheaded. You would think that Google would want to show backbone and strength in the face of opposition. Instead they cower in fear
What took them so long?
I am surprise they allow any negative about “their side” to exist ..period.
Give Google a break, will ya?
They are just want “peace for our time”. And history has shown that accommodation is the best way to handle pressure from fascists and Islamists (oops...I just repeated myself there).
A group of international Islamist organizations led by the Saudi-based Organization of Islamic Cooperation, or OIC, recently held a two-day conference on countering Islamophobia in which it recommends imposing Islamic blasphemy laws on the media worldwide.
> it recommends imposing Islamic blasphemy laws on the media worldwide <
The way things are going, they won’t have to “impose” anything.
Islamists: Here, put these chains on.
The West: Sure. Thank you.
(Of course, this will not be 100% true. The good ol’ boys in the Red states - the ones with rifle racks in their trucks - they might object a bit.)
As Google betrays the principles of the United States, at some point they will (or may already have) cross the line to give aid and comfort to the enemy.
I just googled “taqiyya”
I didn’t see anything that leads me to believe google is manipulating anything.
The opening definition clearly states “permitted to lie”.
The third link down is extremely critical of the process.
Let’s not turn into the DNC and start seeing Russians under every bed.
Google searches that I did on FR issues/posts/replies a year or so ago, sometimes fail to show anything. Some of the searches done since President Trump was sworn in, don’t work any more.
This makes using FR’s keywords even more critical like Itgate, Sweden, or _______, to store the and to research certain issues.
"Itgate" is THE BEST FR search term....thank you Grampa Dave.
I've been using Bing for searches ...... just as good if not better than Google.
And besides, everyday Bing runs a fascinating pic....nature in all its glory.
I’ve been using Bing for searches ...... just as good if not better than Google.
43 billion dollars doesn’t do you much good when Islamists chop your head off for promoting blasphemy.
Those weren’t Russians. Those were CNN-hired actors performing in a scripted play.
Try it....you’ll like it.
Google would never alter results?
Perhaps modifications are “in flux”.
I used to use Bing and went to Google a couple of years ago after I got my Chrome book. The searches, then were very large and very fast. They are still fast, but don’t seem to be as complete.
So we need to use FR’s key words and post as much of the cited document as we can legally to keep the data and make it available.
Thanks, Ray. I’m reading the bloomberg article now.
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