Afghan: See Taliban Reply To Freedom Of Speech
Due to the imminent violation of the freedom of speech in the country, which necessitated some journalists to enquire about the Taliban government plan of freedom of speech, the Taliban spokesman on Tuesday mockingly responded to a question about whether their government would respect freedom of speech - telling the journalist to ask Facebook.
The Taliban is banned from Facebook and its subsidiaries WhatsApp and Instagram, as well as TikTok and YouTube - but it is allowed on Twitter.
Zabihullah Mujahid, who has 310,000 followers on Twitter, was asked about the Taliban's plan for freedom of speech.
'This question should be asked to those people who are claiming to be promoters of freedom of speech who do not allow publication of information,' he replied.
'I can ask Facebook company.'
Mujahid's remarks were commended by Donald Trump Jr, who retweeted the 30-second video clip and said, 'LOL ... Also not wrong.'
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