Pro-ISIS Facebook Users, Advocates of Shari’a Law: Don’t Accept Facebook’s Or WhatsApp’s Terms And Conditions – Because Doing So Amounts To Polytheism

June 6, 2017

On May 18, 2017, an American ISIS supporter on Facebook urged  likeminded Facebook friends to “make Facebook accounts with the help of a hacker or secret tricks” so as to avoid agreeing to Facebook’s terms and conditions, calling doing so practicing polytheism. However, in order to use the platform, he says, it is permissible for an ISIS supporter to allow another individual (i.e. a hacker) to open a Facebook account and agree to the terms; once the account is created, the ISIS supporter can freely use it account without having committed polytheism. He considers accepting Facebook’s terms and conditions polytheism because the platform is run by “infidels” and the terms are man-made laws, not shari’a-based.

The original post stated: “This is from Facebook terms and condition, ‘You will resolve any claim, cause of action or dispute (claim) you have with us arising out of or relating to this Statement or Facebook exclusively in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California or a state court located in San Mateo Country, and you agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purpose of litigating all such claims. The laws of the State of California will govern this Statement, as well as any claim that might arise between you and us, without regard to conflict of law provisions.’ Also ‘You will comply with all applicable laws when using or accessing Facebook.’ Also ‘Nothing in this Statement shall prevent us from complying with the law.’ EVERYONE WHO CLICKED ‘I accept’ MADE TAHAKOM ILA TAGHUT [the acceptance of and adhering to a tyrant’s laws]. Finally, here is the link if you don’t believe me and the quotes I got as under disputes and others [sic].”

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