Rizwan Raheem has been suspended by Facebook for 30 days for the simple statement that a Kashmiri who he named “has been martyred.” When a young Kashmiri was executed by the Indian Army in July 2016, many who posted his name, photo, or comments about him were suspended, some permanently, but his funeral prayers in Kashmir were attended by at least 600,000 people. FB ‘community standards’ mean one thing to the oppressors, another to the oppressed. Those who continue to call for censorship on social media to silence the oppressors are actually legitimizing censorship of the voices of the oppressed.