Apple censors Christian iPhone app

November 30, 2010 07:17

A Christian organization that recently had its Apple iPhone app removed from Apple’s App Store has sent a letter to protest the removal, asking CEO Steve Jobs to reconsider the decision.

Is Apple the self appointed thought police? The Daily Caller reports “Late last week, Apple quietly removed the Manhattan Declaration app, which had been available since mid-October, after an online petition was circulated calling the app a “hate fest” and saying that the Manhattan Declaration pushes “hateful and divisive language.” The petition, which originated on, wished to tell Apple “that supporting homophobia and efforts to restrict choice is bad business.”


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