Mark Zuckerberg‘s holiday greeting which he posted on his Facebook timeline left some Zuckerberg followers scratching their heads. People mistakenly believed that the Facebook founder was still an atheist and he was forced to clarify this.
This was his message to all for Christmas and Hanukkah:
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“Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah from Priscilla, Max, Beast and me!
Seeing the moments of joy and family shared on Facebook today is one of my favorite things about our community.
“I hope you’re surrounded by friends and loved ones, and that you have a chance to reflect on all the meaningful things in your life.
May the light of your friendships continue to brighten your life and our entire world.”
When asked by one user, “But Aren’t You Atheist?, ” Zuckerberg replied, “No. I was raised Jewish and then I went through a period where I questioned things, but now I believe religion is very important.”
When another user asked why Facebook does not send him a notification that its Jesus’ birthday on Christmas Zuckerberg quipped, “You’re not friends with Jesus on Facebook?”