WEB DESK: For the past few weeks, news of Indian brutality in the Occupied Kashmir has been circling the media. It is acknowledged, talked about but it is not discussed at length and some of the activists are not happy with it.
Hamza Ali Ababsi, our very own self-proclaimed human right activist, a strong supporter of a well known political party, has always been known to speak what has been on his mind through social media.
He has, in the past, been highly criticized for some of his views, but that did not back Mr. Abbasi down. Rather, he always got back up, and got back up fiercely than before.
Recently, Hamza Ali was banned by Facebook, for sharing a post regarding the Indian brutality, and everyone was none too happy about it.
Abbasi took it to twitter to bring the news to everyone of the ban, and of the post that Facebook had removed.
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) July 22, 2016
After three days of ban, and the post removed as well, Abbasi’s ban was lifted, and the first thing he did was to post a counterpart of the previous argument.
The actor posted a status calling out Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, taht he has no right to tell the people who is a terrorist and who isn’t.
The actor’s account was banned for sharing a status supporting Burhan Wani Shaheed, a deceased separatist commander killed by Indian forces in Indian-held Kashmir.
What remains to be determined is will the actor be completely banned if keeps raising his voice on something that actually matters and is in desperate need to be heard? Only time will tell.