Facebook Kicks Off Winner Of ‘Draw Muhammad’ Contest

Alex Griswold Media Reporter

Bosch Fawstin, the winner of the Garland, Texas “Draw Muhammad” competition that was attacked by terrorists, tweeted Thursday morning that he had been kicked off Facebook.

In response to questions on Twitter, Fawstin indicated that he had been contacted by Facebook, who demanded “unwarranted details” before restoring his page. He refused. (RELATED: Why Did Facebook Block This Simple ‘I Am A Christian’ Ad? — ‘I Was Shocked…’)

Fawstin said in an interview with The Blaze’ Dana Loesch that Facebook demanded information they had never asked for before, including his location and his address. Obviously, the outspoken critic of radical Islam has good reasons for not giving out his address.

“It is what it is,” he said. “It’s almost to be expected, but still it’s a little upsetting… They’re also becoming Sharia-compliant, clearly it had something to do with this past week.” (RELATED: The (Ever-Growing) List Of Cowards Refusing To Publish The Mohammad Cartoons)

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