Skip to comments.Muslim Search Engine 'Halalgoogling' Launched
Posted on 07/08/2013 4:27:52 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A Muslim search engine that blocks forbidden content as per Islamic law has been launched. The press release said that 'Halalgoogling' gives results from leading search engines such as Google and Bing.
It added that the search engine has a built-in advanced special filtering system that blocks Haram content according to the Law of Islam.
According to the Express Tribune, a special and unique filter system in the search engine excludes forbidden content from its search results such as pornography, nudity, gay, lesbian, bisexual, gambling, anti-Islamic content.
The system has been designed to respect Muslim culture, the report stated.
what a crock moslems are the biggest pervs on the planet
This might be fun.
“According to the Express Tribune, a special and unique filter system in the search engine excludes forbidden content from its search results such as pornography, nudity, gay, lesbian, bisexual, gambling, anti-Islamic content.”
These clowns would bang a goat if they had the time. I also see child molestation is not part of the so-called filter when you have a prophet who rapes 9 year old girls.
So basically, it only searches the Koran.
So. it’s Halal.
Anybody know the name of a gay pornstar?
So far I’ve been told that ‘bbq pork recipes’ are haram content.
i just did a search for “child brides”
I hate to tell them but I already found a way around their filter. If you know a pornstar by name it comes up.
It will be the world’s fastest search engine, since there’s almost nothing muslime don’t disapprove.
It will bring up all manner of male enhancement products.
I tried the “hentai” sites on it, and still went through.
They won't, of course. muslime are their friends. But using "google" as part of a commercial name would, I think, be actionable.
Bestiality is forbidden....at least talking about it is.
Sounds like the use of “googling” might be a trademark problem. I’d think the gaggle of Google lawyers got all the goog words in the trademark..
I was thinking, they will eventually be forced to change the name.
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