An Anti-hate video was banned as hate speech

In what could only have been a knee jerk reaction, YouTube banned an anti-hate video. They classified it as a hate video. Go figure. Prager University had put up the anti-hate story featuring a Muslim, Kasim Hafeez, overcoming his anti-Semitic upbringing. The name of the video was Born to Hate Jews. Could the title have keyed it or did it not fit the liberal progressive narrative?

As Written By Thomas Lifson for American Thinker:

YouTube appears to have committed an outrageous act of censorship, only to restore a video it deep-sixed after a protest and petition upped the pressure.  Kemberlee Kaye reports at Legal Insurrection:

YouTube banned Prager University’s latest video entitled, “Born to Hate Jews.” The video feature Kasim Hafeez, a British Muslim who tells the story of how he overcame anti-Semitic indoctrination. Hafeez is now a pro-Israel activist.

Hafeez almost enlisted in a terrorist training camp before realizing the error of his ways. He explained how hatred drives many young Muslims into terrorism.

YouTube promptly banned it and had previously restricted 21 other Prager U videos, according to Kaye.

The video has since been restored.  Here it is:


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