Google is a private company and can have whatever rules it wants for taking down videos at YouTube. However, I finally watched the banned "anti-Muslim" video and boy was it a letdown, more so even than finally seeing the Mohammad cartoons. It's literally a 9-1/2 minute video of music playing over text quotes from the Koran. Period. No voice over, no criticism. Just the Koran in its own words, so to speak. As I said, Google can do as it pleases with its posting policies, but it really looks like an ass for banning a user over this. Particularly if it is true that similar videos profiling other religions in similar ways did not trigger a ban.
No video may be posted on YouTube that might result in a Middle Eastern man showing up at our headquarters building with a couple of pounds of C-4 strapped to his chest.