Breitbart London’s editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam recently was suspended from Twitter just days after announcing the forthcoming publication of a new book focusing on the topic of radical Islam.
The book, entitled “No Go Zones: How Sharia Law Is Coming to a Neighborhood Near You”, which will be published by Regnery, and already is making a lot of noise on social media platforms. Kassam’s book is already on a number of best seller lists on Amazon, including the coveted “movers and shakers” list.
A BAN. Best possible endorsement of @RaheemKassam book. RT and buy it. Well done the censors of Twatter, you just don’t learn do you.
— Sheikh Anvakh (@Sheikh_Anvakh) July 26, 2017
Kassam took to Facebook to imply that Twitter’s sudden decision to suspend him is based on his revealing of the book’s controversial cover art just days prior. The fact that he was shut down while promoting a book on radical Islam is all too telling. Kassam noted that his account had yet to have been shut down at the time of suspension.
Kassam commented to Breitbart London on the topic, stating:
“It is incredibly conveniently timed for Twitter to suspend my account, after I just announced my book on No Go Zones. It’s almost as if there are people who don’t want the truth about what’s going on in America and Europe to come to light.”
@RaheemKassam was suspended from Twitter for exposing #NoGoZones… so Twitter suspended an ex Muslim for exposing radical Islam! HUH!! SMH.
— Lescaart (@lescaart) July 26, 2017