From what I understand, when a certain photo/link/post/page receives enough reported hits there is an auto-system that just deletes said item and sends out an informative (sarcastic) email to the owner. The item is then 'gone' without any discussion.
When contacting Facebook for restoration I haven't heard of anyone not being able to get their page back (well, except the original Woman Uncensored personal account that was attached to her fan page that now sits locked and dormant :( WAAAAH!). Guggie Daly, Emma Kwasnica, and many others who have been deleted now have their accounts back due to support and persistence.
Maybe instead of saying that Facebook hates breastfeeding, perhaps we should encourage them to update their system so that there is some communication before something is deleted.
So, as much as we'd love to attack and blame Facebook... it just might not necessarily be their fault. Respond professionally and respectfully when helping these pages and people get restored. We want Facebook on our side after all... because it is our drug of choice and we don't want to peeve off the dealer. :P
Here are details on how you can help with the latest deleted page, The Leaky B@@B