Is Google Anti-Christian?

Is Google Anti-Christian, Anti-God and Pro-Muslim?

Is Google Anti-Christian, Pro-Muslim?

Is Google Anti-Christian, Pro-Muslim?

Is Google anti-Christian?There have been growing indications that Google is anti-Christian, anti-God and pro-Muslim, but a smoking gun that proves Google is intentionally promoting Islam and suppressing Christianity had been elusive.

For example, when some cited Google permanently dedicating a subpage to Islam's Ramadan but not even a Doodle logo for Christmas on Christmas as evidence of Google being pro-Muslim and anti-Christian, Google famously stayed silent.

And when the Google Assistant-powered Google Home was exposed as having been programmed to answer questions about Satan and Muhammad but not about Jesus/God (watch), Google, whose trademarked slogan is "Don't be evil" (above), issued a press release that denied it was anti-Christian, claiming "respect" as the reason for its intentional omission: "The reason the Google Assistant didn't respond with information about 'Who is Jesus' or 'Who is Jesus Christ' wasn't out of disrespect but to ensure respect..."

But now, there is irrefutable proof that Google is intentionally promoting Islam and suppressing Christianity.

For many years, when "Sharia law" is googled,, which lists the key tenets of Sharia law, ranked #1, #2 or #3 on the first page of Google search results. Having what the Sharia law actually says exposed didn't please pro-Muslim, anti-Christian groups, who began to complain.

On March 8, 2017, the Southern Poverty Law Center - a group that deems the words "Jesus" and "Merry Christmas" to be "hate speech" (see here) - published an article criticizing Google for ranking atop its search results:

Is Google anti-Christian, pro-Muslim?

Then on June 24, 2017, Rowaida Abdelaziz, the Muslim social media editor of Huffpost and formerly with Al Jazeera Arabic, published a pro-Muslim propaganda piece titled, "Google Search Is Doing Irreparable Harm To Muslims" in which she claimed is harming Muslims by discussing Sharia law and Taqiyya.

Two days later, Google Adsense stopped serving its advertisements on's Sharia law and Taqiyya pages, which Google Adsense suddenly labeled "dangerous or derogatory content," which it in turn defined as content that "threatens or advocates for harm" or "harasses, intimidates or bullies" or "incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages an individual or group of individuals." To become compliant, Google Adsense instructed, "fix the violations ... and request a review."

Neither the Sharia law page nor the Taqiyya page "threatens or advocates for harm" or "harasses, intimidates or bullies" or "incites hatred against, promotes discrimination of, or disparages" Muslims or anyone else. They present true facts. When this was explained to Google Adsense, it rejected the explanation without providing an explanation of its own.

Google Adsense was then advised that is a Christian group, not a "white supremacist" or "Islamophobic" group as Abdelaziz falsely accused, and weblinks were provided to the pages that share the gospel - the good news of Jesus' love, sacrifice and salvation for us.

Google Adsense responded on July 7, 2017 by imposing a "site level enforcement" that demonetized - i.e., allowed no advertisement to appear on any page of -, the entirety of which it labeled "Dangerous or derogatory content," as well as "Violent Content: Gore" even though not even one drop of blood, let alone "Gore," is shown on any page of

Google Anti-Christian, Pro-Muslim

As shown above, Google Adsense stated that to "resolve" the "violations," either they can be "fixed" or the Adsense codes can be removed from the "non-compliant" pages.

To ascertain if Google really classifies the gospel of Jesus Christ to be "Dangerous or derogatory content" and "Violent Content: Gore" and therefore "non-compliant," removed the Adsense codes from all of its pages except those that share just the gospel and requested another review as per the above Google policy.

Google Adsense responded by re-affirming its "site level enforcement" on the entirety of, including the pages that share just the good news of Jesus Christ, all of which are indeed "non-compliant" with Google's pro-Muslim, anti-Christian policy.

What Lies Ahead?

An alliance has developed between Google and pro-Muslim, anti-Christian groups. When the latter spots a Christian website that they don't like, they complain to and/or about Google, which then orders the Christian website to either "fix" its content or be demonetized. will "fix" neither the truth nor the gospel of Jesus Christ. If left unchecked, however, this alliance between Google and pro-Muslim, anti-Christian groups will strangle and silence Christian websites on the internet while Muslim websites grow.

What Should Be Done?

Electric utilities are businesses but because they have near-monopoly power over an essential element of modern life, they are regulated and legally bound to provide, without discrimination, electricity to all paying customers' electrical devices connected to their grid.

Google is also a business with near-monopoly power over an essential element of modern life: searching the internet. Google also has near-monopoly power - 89% market share - over all U.S. internet search revenues, and all websites displaying Google Adsense advertisements are paying customers (Google receives 32% of the advertising revenues they generate). Therefore, Google also should be regulated and legally prohibited from discriminatorily demonetizing Christian websites while continuing to give Muslim websites access to its Adsense monetization platform.