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Following the terrorist attack in Orlando, Florida, Facebook was quick to delete “Stop Islamization םf America,” a group with over 50,000 members run by outspoken free-speech activist Pamela Geller, known for longstanding struggle against radical Islam.

The message sent by Facebook administrators group stated that the aforementioned Facebook page violated the Terms of Use, “Among other things, groups that are hateful, threatening, or obscene are not allowed.”

According to Geller, the group was established six years ago but only now has the page been taken down. “The group has been live since 2010. This is an outrage. Sharia enforcement in the wake of jihad slaughter?” wrote Geller on her website.