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The millennial innovator who got the world to share sonograms, goofy wedding photos, relationship statuses and innermost thoughts onFacebook is doing a lot of sharing himself these days.

Now Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of the site, has added his voice to one of the most contentious political issues of the moment, with a strong statement on Wednesday night in support of Muslims and Islam. Granted, his statement also made good business sense for Facebook. The site hasjust over one billion daily active users, many of them Muslims.

In the past, Mr. Zuckerberg had mainly used his personal Facebook pagefor product announcements. But he has recently been opening up a lot with his followers, especially since becoming a father.

He has defended his approach to philanthropy, posted gleeful tidbits about his mop-haired dog dressed up for Hanukkah and shared the joys ofparenthood after he and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, overcame difficulties in conceiving…..


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