Twitter responds to CJP, removes accounts threatening Muslim women CJP Impact: Twitter suspends 21 accounts
14, Jul 2021 | CJP Team
Twitter has responded to CJP’s complaint against certain accounts that engaged in an abusive campaign against Muslim women.
CJP in its complaint dated May 26, had also brought to Twitter’s attention certain posts made through these accounts that that demeaned Muslim women as “sex objects for Hindu men”. The content displayed pornographic videos of women in hijab with inflammatory captions presenting Muslim women as objects meant to be sexually exploited, and also photoshopped pictures of Hindu men and pregnant women in saffron hijab.
Out of these, Twitter has removed 11 posts for violating Twitter norms.
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