Pakistan blocks Wikipedia

“Islam is perfect and its arguments are conclusive.” We all grew up believing this shit. There are tons of heavily edited videos that are mostly Dawah arguing with less informed Westerns. Many times the video ends giving the other person no chance to respond.

But then why do we ban so many websites that challenge Islam? What are we afraid of? Why do we ban books, atheists books, YouTube Channels, even this page is banned in Pakistan, when we have the perfect faith and response to anything (apparently not!!).

The desired effect is that most of our compatriots are living in an artificial bubble. They believe Islam is perfect. We all but love see them come here when they are outside the country to burst their bubble.

They come with so much confidence that they can beat any argument by comparing it to Christianity… Boom we burst that. They cannot respond to carefully sourced and presented facts, so they resort to insults and accusing us of being secret Hindus, argue with them in Arabic instantly… Boom burst that bubble…. They cannot get their heads around it. So eventually they start finally reading what we have to say. What remains is two things. Will they use that brain or not? Is it blind faith or not?

Next is how far Pakistan went to block the outside world. Same can be said to nearly every Islamic country.

YouTube was blocked in Pakistan following a decision taken by the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority on 22 February 2008 then came back, but then got blocked again in 2010. Now they focus on individual videos and channels. They also blocked Facebook at one point and have regularly blocked WordPress pages as well as made threats to block Instagram, Tiktok, Twitter, and even Google search!

The internet is the renaissance in Islam as printed press was to Europe.

You can read more about the obsessive Pakistani authorities in blocking internet pages here.

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