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Pakistan back on Facebook

After the networking website was banned in Pakistan, some users from the country formed a Facebook for the ‘faithful’.

By: NIKHIL TANEJA
| Updated on: Jun 01 2010, 14:46 IST

After the networking website was banned in Pakistan, some users from the country formed a Facebook for the 'faithful'. Six IT professionals from Lahore have come up with Millat Facebook (millatfacebook.com), which they say is a site "for Muslims by Muslims where sweet people of other religions are also welcome".

It's backed by a public litigation firm, Judicial Activation Panel and has reportedly attracted over 8,000 members from all countries like USA, Britain, Canada and Russia.

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The website is strikingly similar to Facebook in look and feel, with identical features, but has a few additional features too, like 'Top friends', 'Top-rated members' and even video chat. The only terms and conditions of using the websites are 'you must respect humanity and the beliefs of all people and shouldn't disrespect anyone.'

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First Published Date: 01 Jun, 13:03 IST
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