According to reports, hashtags including #deathtoislam, #islamiscancer, and
#ragheadi can also be used on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter.
According to the analysis, the hashtags produced at least 1.3 million impressions.
A recent analysis also found that 89 percent of anti-Muslim Hashtags prejudice and
Islamophobic content on social media goes unchecked.
The three companies agreed to remove terrorist and violent extremist
information from the internet in a joint statement also made in January 2019.
In a joint statement, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube pledged to remain strong in their
fight against prejudice and extremism, which lead to terrorist attacks.
“Their press announcements are empty promises yet again anti-Muslim Hashtags.
Researchers from the CCDH uncovered 530 posts on Muslims that included racial stereotypes and conspiracies.
At least 25 million individuals have seen these posts. According to the report,
harmful content was immediately identifiable, but no action was done.
This content puts these communities at risk by causing “social splits,
normalizing abusive behavior, and inciting offline attacks and abuse.”
Furthermore, platforms profit from this animosity by monetizing content,
conversation, and the resulting attention and eyeballs.
Anti-Muslim Hashtags‘ hatred is an excellent business for them.
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