Dubai’s Internet censored…but not against anti-Semitic sites

June 6, 2009 by Community Editor
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If you enjoy a flutter, do not try to bet on the Internet in Dubai…but you are welcome at all the anti-Semitic sites.Well-known Australian bridge identity, David Stern, stopped off at Dubai on his way to Europe. He sent J-Wire this report.

from David Stern in Dubai

Some of the web sites I visit are blocked by the authorities – no I am not visiting porn sites mainly betting sites.

I decided to see what they block and was pleased to see:

Internet Content that are offensive to Religions

This category includes Internet Content that contains material which expresses hatred for specific religions.

I then decided to navigate to some Jewish hate sites all of which were displayed as normal.

David Irving (Holocaust denier http://www.fpp.co.uk/ no problem

www.revolutionmuslim.com Hamas, the Arab Nazi terror group that hates Jews, Israel and America, has a website, revolutionmuslim.com, run by a Jew who converted to Islam and then joined Hamas named Yosef al-Khattab. He openly calls (Heaven Forbid) for serious terror attacks on 770 Eastern Parkway. The website run by the traitor to the Jews Khattab even suggests various ways explosives and guns can be smuggled into this and other synagogues to do Mumbai style attacks using Tallis bags on Jewish holidays – NO PROBLEM

http://jewwatch.com/ Jew Watch, contains articles and other writings on anti Semitic themes, with such titles as “World War Two Slave Labor Issues and Greedy Jewish Lawyers” and “The Rothschild Internationalist Zionist Banking One World Order Family

They obviously don’t have an equal opportunity web censor

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