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YouTube gets banned in this Islamic country

Egypt’s best court has requested to temporarily boycott YouTube in the nation. The video-sharing site has been blocked due to anti-Islamic video “Innocence of Muslims” released in 2012. The video contained the life of “Prophet Mohammad (SAW)” which set off a shock in the Muslims everywhere throughout the world.

The case was recorded in 2013 yet the case was offered and its decision remained amid the interest procedure, they requested an entire restriction on YouTube yet following 5 years the decision at long last came to ban YouTube and the ruling is final and cannot be appealed.

The video named “Innocence of Muslims” was a 13-minute low-spending video. The video was a film trailer and it was purportedly made in California US with private financing. The video made a flood of hostile to American challenges in Pakistan, Egypt and additionally other Muslim nations upon its release in 2012.

The Egyptian Ministry says that its difficult to implement this decision without additionally disturbing Google’s Internet web index. It will require a great deal of labor to execute it basically since YouTube is the world’s most popular streaming platform. YouTube should bear enormous misfortunes because of the boycott since Egypt is the Arab world’s most crowded nation.

YouTube, in any case, has changed a considerable measure since 2012 and shows great willingness to remove hateful and extremist content that may hurt the sentiments of millions of people who visit YouTube.

Well, this was a fair decision taken by Egypt. Although it took a long time to ban but atleast the action is taken.

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