Pakistan’s prime minister has written to Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg, demanding that Facebook prohibit users from posting Islamophobia on the platform, warning that Muslim radicalism is on the rise, the government reported on Sunday. In the letter shared on twitter by the government of Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan said: “the increasingly aggressive climate of Islamophobia is driving extremism and violence around the world, especially those published through social media platforms such as Facebook.” “I ask you to ban Islamophobia and Islamophobia on Facebook, just as you have a similar ban on the Holocaust,” Imran Khan called < p > < p > Facebook said this month that it was updating its policy on hate speech to prohibit any content that denies or distorts the Holocaust from being published on its platform. “For the platform, you can’t say that you can’t accept hate speech against some people, but you can accept hate speech against others,” Imran Khan said. This is prejudice, and this platform bias will encourage further hate radicalism. “. Earlier Sunday, Imran Khan said French President Emmanuel macron encouraged the display of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad as “an attack on Islam.”. < / P > < p > prior to Imran Khan’s remarks, makron paid tribute to a French history teacher who was beheaded by an Islamic radical who chose revenge for using cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad in his classroom. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities