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“Rohingya”: “Facebook” removes our stories about the horrors of Burma and closes our accounts

Although the social networking site “Facebook”, as long as he says he is committed to helping the world to share his stories, but the number of users of the Rohingya communication site, who are subjected to ethnic cleansing in Burma, say the site silenced them, and point to the disappearance of stories that They publish what they are exposed to atrocities by the government army.

In a report to the US Daily Weekly, Rohinga Facebook users in Burma and Western countries said Facebook has removed their publications documenting the ethnic cleansing of their peers and that their accounts on the site are being stopped or closed.

A number of Rohingyas, who are trying to use Media Media to spread information about their attacks, said their leaflets had been removed and their accounts closed and hoped Facebook would stop silencing them.

For his part, a representative of the network said in a statement to “Daily Best” that they will discuss this position, and did not make the giant media media another comment.

Facebook is under constant criticism for what appears to be a different approach to promoting divisive material, says DailyPast. Last week, reports revealed that the network had sold ads to Jewish karhees, and days earlier Daily Daily revealed that Russian organizations had used Facebook to organize anti-refugee rallies.


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