He is unrelenting, unapologetic and he's unflinching. Yes, he's just Hamza Ali Abbasi.
He is unrelenting, unapologetic and he's unflinching. Yes, he's just Hamza Ali Abbasi.

It has been three days since the ban on Hamza Ali Abbasi's Facebook profile has been lifted, but ban or no ban, nothing can stop this actor from voicing his concern on the Kashmir siege.

Upon recovering his account, he immediately posted a status calling out Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg (among others) for defining who is and isn't a terrorist.

Hamza Ali Abbasi took up the opportunity to teach Facebook a lesson about who is and isn't a terrorist.
Hamza Ali Abbasi took up the opportunity to teach Facebook a lesson about who is and isn't a terrorist.

Earlier, 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.

Following the ban he tweeted, "Banned again for 3 days. Now FB will tell us who is and isn't a terrorist."

Facebook is keeping close check on the actor's account. Before this incident, his account was suspended by Facebook for touching upon the sensitive topic of the Kashmir seige. "It's absurd how the flag bearers of "Freedom of Speech" act in this way for raising a voice for victims of aggression," said Abbasi while speaking to Dawn.com.

The question that arises is, will Facebook delete Hamza Ali Abbasi's account from the social media platform if this persists?

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