MK sues Google to block anti-Muslim video in Israel

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September 19, 2012 13:03

MK Taleb El-Sana and various Arab-Israeli mayors and religious leaders filed on Wednesday a petition with the Jerusalem District Court demanding that Google take down an anti-Islam video ridiculing the Muslim Prophet Mohamed from the YouTube network, to prevent future publicizing of the film and to block all access to the film in Israel.

The Petitioners characterized the film as abusive, violating the image of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad in a racist manner, while trampling his sanctity and desecrating his name.

The petition was filed by attorney Kais Nasser, and was filed against Google, since Google owns YouTube.

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