LOS ANGELES: A Facebook page that led Pakistan to temporarily block the social-networking site this week has been taken down.
The page promoted "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day," scheduled for Thursday following an American cartoonist''s satirical suggestion that people draw images of the prophet to promote free speech. The page attracted tens of thousands of supporters.
But on Friday, the page no longer appeared on the site. Facebook said Friday it had not taken any action on the page, according to foreign news agency. It was likely removed by its creator, possibly because "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" is over, but the reason is unclear.