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Yair Netanyahu, Israel's PM, shortly bans Facebook | Israel News

Facebook has briefly blocked the Israeli prime minister's side, Benjamin Netanyahu's son, Yair, after he previously shared prohibited content requiring "all Muslims [to] leave" Israel. " In a message published Thursday on his Facebook page, Following the latest violence in violence, Yair Netanyahu saw that Palestinians would be expelled. " Do you know there were no attacks? "Iceland and Japan temporarily There are no Muslims, wrote the prime minister. In another post, he wrote that there were only two possible solutions for peace, either "all Jews leave [Israel] or all Muslims leave." "I prefer the other the option, "added the 27-year-old, who has criticized being an adult resident of the Prime Minister, even though he has no official role and benefits from a bodyguard, driver and other benefits. [1 9659004] Facebook deleted Yair Netanyahu's post, where he demanded to "kill the death" of the two Israeli soldiers. Yair Netanyahu, who shared a screenshot of the previous post in violation of Facebook: s took on Twitter to criticize the social networking giant, called it a "dictatorship dictatorship". Facebook blocked its account for 24 hours. Double Standards Palestinian journalists and activists have long accused social media platforms like Facebook of dual standards regarding the implementation of their policies, as well as an imbalance in how they treat censorship in Israeli-Palestinian context. Last year, a condemnation report from The Intercept said that Facebook removes content and blocks users from the orders of the Israeli and American governments. In March, dozens of Palestinian journalists…

Facebook has briefly blocked the Israeli prime minister’s side, Benjamin Netanyahu’s son, Yair, after he previously shared prohibited content requiring “all Muslims [to] leave” Israel. “

In a message published Thursday on his Facebook page, Following the latest violence in violence, Yair Netanyahu saw that Palestinians would be expelled.

” Do you know there were no attacks? “Iceland and Japan temporarily There are no Muslims, wrote the prime minister.

In another post, he wrote that there were only two possible solutions for peace, either “all Jews leave [Israel] or all Muslims leave.”

“I prefer the other the option, “added the 27-year-old, who has criticized being an adult resident of the Prime Minister, even though he has no official role and benefits from a bodyguard, driver and other benefits. [1

9659004] Facebook deleted Yair Netanyahu’s post, where he demanded to “kill the death” of the two Israeli soldiers.

Yair Netanyahu, who shared a screenshot of the previous post in violation of Facebook: s took on Twitter to criticize the social networking giant, called it a “dictatorship dictatorship”.

Facebook blocked its account for 24 hours.

Double Standards

Palestinian journalists and activists have long accused social media platforms like Facebook of dual standards regarding the implementation of their policies, as well as an imbalance in how they treat censorship in Israeli-Palestinian context.

Last year, a condemnation report from The Intercept said that Facebook removes content and blocks users from the orders of the Israeli and American governments.

In March, dozens of Palestinian journalists gathered outside the UN office in Gaza City to protest against the Web site’s practice of blocking Palestinian Facebook accounts and condemned it as “an important crime-barter of opinion and expression.”

“Facebook blocked about 200 Palestinian accounts last year – and 100 more since the beginning of 2018 – on false events, “Salama Maarouf, a spokesman for Hamas, the group administering the beleaguered Gaza Strip, said at that time.

He also said that about 20 percent of Israeli Facebook accounts “openly instigate violence against Palestinians” without turning to threat to closure.

In April, a report from 7amleh, the Arab Center for Social Media Advancement, said the Israeli government’s cyber unit officially stated that Facebook accepted 85 percent of government requests to erase content, accounts and pages of Palestinians in 2017.

“This kind of Israeli superintendent claiming and controlling Palestinian digital content on social media has become a tool for mass employment and serious human rights and violations of digital rights, “the report says.

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