Google 'censors its website so anti-Islam searches fail to appear' Search engine Google has been accused of censoring its results after users discovered it never suggests search terms when it comes to Islam. In a time-saving feature the internet phenomenon, whose motto is 'don't be evil', helpfully suggests common searches as people type in what they are looking for. For example, if you type in 'Christianity is' in the search bar a whole range of options flash up including controversial suggestions such as 'Christianity is fake' and 'Christianity is a cult'. Google has been accused of censoring offensive searches relating to Islam But anyone typing in a similar phrase which replaces Christianity with Islam gets no suggestions at all. The anomaly has led some to conclude the firm, famed for its democratic approach to the world of information it controls, is censoring the search results. Google's normal search suggestions originate from searches made around the world, adverts and known web pages. The company also says on its website: 'We try to filter out suggestions that include pornographic terms, dirty words, and hate and violence terms. If you encounter a term that should not be suggested, please let us know by posting in the Google Web Search Help Forum.' A Google spokesman claimed the strange absence of results was a software problem. He said: "This is in fact a bug and we're working to fix it as quickly as we can.' Google also makes suggestions which are in the future tense. Search for 'Islam will' and the results are very balanced, including suggestions such as 'Islam will be destroyed' and 'Islam will take over the world'.