Recenty Pakistan banned the Facebook over the Draw A Mohammad Day page controversial issue. It involved an opposition group that invited people to draw Mohammad`s cartoons and play against Muslim`s emotions. The controversial group encouraged the people who could submit their name along with the cartoon and regarded them as brave.

This is what Muslim community has to say:

We love Peace and Happiness but not at cost of our BELOVED PROPHET MUHAMMAD (SALLALAH-O-ALIHI WASSALAM).

Currently if someone in Pakistan tries to access Facebook.com, they encounter a message saying “ The site is restricted”.
On Tuesday, six young IT professionals from Lahore launched millatfacebook which will not only serve the purpose of staying in touch with family and friends but will also serve as a platform for Muslim`s to serve against blasphemy.


millat-facebook

As of now, about 5000 users have signed up with over 1500 photos uploaded. Mostly these people are from Pakistan. Currently the site stands nowhere as compared to Facebook, thought it has some similar features like wall, findfriends, etc. The inclusion of Facebook like apps in Millatfacebook will take some substantial amount of time.
Millatfacebook has some interesting features as well. One of it is Photo Battle which allows you to view random photos of other members and decide the best of the lot. It also has ‘featured members tab’ and ‘top rated members’

The front page of Millatfacebook encourages all the religion and caste to join it`s community. It says

Millatfacebook helps you connect and share with more than 1.57 Billion Muslims and Sweet people from other Religions

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4 Comments

  1. Hi
    i am at MFB i want to say that make this networking for whole world not only for muslims invite others and become their friends it will present the good image and we can spread our massege to whole world. i would like to say congrats for MFB team. Best of luck

  2. I am at MFb and it is awesome. I just love it.

    6 days – 137,000 Users vs 3000 of FB in the ENTIRE FIRST MONTH
    Alexa Ranking 46440th site in terms of traffic out of over 6 BILLION WEBSITES

    Checkout this blog by one of the founders for all your answers. Do check his intro to see the credentials: http://www.omerzaheemeer.wordpress.com

    It is for all the nice and decent people. So I hope to see you there soon.

  3. Millat FB was launched by a team of Pakistani Muslims by working round the clock within just 2-3 days and Launched it Globally
    Vs
    Mark Zukerberg’s Zionist FB which took YEARS to develop and ran as a prototype for years. Than was registered in 1997 and it wasn’t until a YEAR LATER in 1998 that they could formally launch it.
    Response and Growth:
    Within 15 Days MFB had over 318,000 members forming its community
    VS
    FB who in the ENTIRE FIRST MONTH could manage ONLY 3,000
    World Ranking:
    The most reputable internet stats provider Alexa Ranked MFB 18,860th site out of over 6 BILLION WEBSITES within JUST One and a Half week. http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/millatfacebook.com
    VS
    The Zionist owned FB which took 6 years to gain popularity
    Visit and join us: http://www.Millatfacebook.com

  4. Birth and Launch of Millat Facebook:
    Millat FB was launched by a team of Pakistani Muslims by working round the clock within just 2-3 days and Launched it Globally
    Vs
    Mark Zukerberg’s Zionist FB which took YEARS to develop and ran as a prototype for years. Than was registered in 1997 and it wasn’t until a YEAR LATER in 1998 that they could formally launch it.
    Response and Growth:
    Within 15 Days MFB had over 318,000 members forming its community
    VS
    FB who in the ENTIRE FIRST MONTH could manage ONLY 3,000
    World Ranking:
    The most reputable internet stats provider Alexa Ranked MFB 18,860th site out of over 6 BILLION WEBSITES within JUST One and a Half week. http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/millatfacebook.com
    VS
    The Zionist owned FB which took 6 years to gain popularity

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