Muslim’s rights will be safe on my social network – Facebook CEO

Facebook CEO promises to Save the Rights of Muslims

SAN FRANCISCO: Mark Zuckerberg – the CEO of Facebook promises to save and protect the rights to Muslims on his giant social media network called the Facebook.

After the recent attacks in San Bernardino and Paris, Muslims were in fear for retaliation. That’s why the CEO of Facebook himself offered these words in support of Muslims.

He said on his personal Facebook page:


These words were posted on Mark’s page this Wednesday assuring to keep the safety of rights for the Muslims and create a peaceful environment for them.

He further said that: “As a Jew, my parents taught me that we must stand up against attacks on all communities. Even if an attack isn’t against you today, in time attacks on freedom for anyone will hurt everyone.

Mark has got the happiness and gift in the shape of his baby, now he says that he fears for such kind of violence all around the world.

The discrimination for the Muslims can easily be analyzed from the proposed barring for Muslims entering the United States of America by Republican presidential candidate named Donald Trump. Although this proposal has been seriously criticized by most of the politicians all over the world.

Facebook acquires whatsapp says Zuckerburg

Facebook is now world’s leading website and a business company too. It has fixed many deals with smaller companies and acquired them. Facebook is not only a social media and networking site, additionally it is a big business firm, which advertises many other companies and earn a lot of money from them.


In his Facebook status, Facebook’s chief Mark Zuckerberg confirmed the news saying Facebook acquires Whatsapp, a popular instant messaging app and service used over variety of platforms.

zuckerburg announces that facebook acquires whatsapp


His first paragraph of the status says that ,” I’m excited to announce that we’ve agreed to acquire WhatsApp and that their entire team will be joining us at Facebook.”

Furthermore, he said “Our mission is to make the world more open and connected. We do this by building services that help people share any type of content with any group of people they want. WhatsApp will help us do this by continuing to develop a service that people around the world love to use every day.

WhatsApp is a simple, fast and reliable mobile messaging service that is used by over 450 million people on every major mobile platform. More than 1 million people sign up for WhatsApp every day and it is on its way to connecting one billion people. More and more people rely on WhatsApp to communicate with all of their contacts every day.

WhatsApp will continue to operate independently within Facebook. The product roadmap will remain unchanged and the team is going to stay in Mountain View. Over the next few years, we’re going to work hard to help WhatsApp grow and connect the whole world. We also expect that WhatsApp will add to our efforts, our partnership to make basic internet services affordable for everyone.

WhatsApp will complement our existing chat and messaging services to provide new tools for our community. Facebook Messenger is widely used for chatting with your Facebook friends, and WhatsApp for communicating with all of your contacts and small groups of people. Since WhatsApp and Messenger serve such different and important uses, we will continue investing in both and making them each great products for everyone.

WhatsApp had every option in the world, so I’m thrilled that they chose to work with us. I’m looking forward to what Facebook and WhatsApp can do together, and to developing great new mobile services that give people even more options for connecting.

I’ve also known Jan for a long time, and I know that we both share the vision of making the world more open and connected. I’m particularly happy that Jan has agreed to join the Facebook board and partner with me to shape Facebook’s future as well as WhatsApp’s.

Jan and the WhatsApp team have done some amazing work to connect almost half a billion people. I can’t wait for them to join Facebook and help us connect the rest of the world.” Source [Mark’s facebook status]

facebook acquires whatsapp

It seems quite clear from his status that really Facebook acquires whatsapp. Whatsapp has more than 40 million users worldwide, making it worth up to $3 Billion. Despite of its such a big worth, Facebook authorities have agreed to buy it even at more than 6 times of its worth. Yes, they are paying $19 Billion. source [TechCruch], while other sources like [mashable]  and [CNBC] says that facebook has bought whatsapp for $16 Billion. After Facebook acquires Whatsapp, it will even give Facebook more power and penetration is the social media.

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