Racist MATERIAL On Facebook
Phillip Pasmanick and others have commented on the seeming inability of Facebook to uniformly apply standards.
I have been blocked when responding on issues related to antisemitism and Arab terror, and yet it seems that being virulently antisemitic and espousing views harmful to the Jewish Homeland is considered free speech.This is an informative article on a new Facebook countenanced attack:
Many thanks to: Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs
Last week, I asked Atlas readers to report a FACEBOOK page calling for another Islamic war against the Jews, a "Palestinian" Third Intifada. Knowing what we know about the malevolent use of by the global jihadists (witness the "revolutions" across the Muslim world), starting a war against the Jews would be relatively easy in a population taught, urged, incited, and commanded to annihilate the Jewish people.
Despute the urging to report this page by my blog and many others, Facebook did not take the page down. Nice move, Zuckerberg. Striking, really, when you consider how much counter jihad content they censor. The situation is so incendiary and dangerous, the Israeli government has called upon Mark Zuckerberg to take the page down. Yet another Jewicidal numbnut.
Israel asked Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg to remove a page that it says is supported by 230,000 “friends” that calls for a Palestinian intifada beginning on May 15.The page includes remarks and Jerusalem and ofPalestine through acts of violence, Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein wrote in a letter e- mailed to media yesterday.that call for the killing of Israelis and Jews and the “liberating” of“As Facebook’s CEO and founder you are obviously aware of the site’s great potential to rally the masses around good causes, and we are all thankful for that,” Edelstein said. “However, such potential comes hand in hand with the ability to cause great harm such as in thewild incitement displayed on the above-mentioned page.”Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, and Libya, with participants using Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook to spread and coordinate protests.and other online information sources have taken center stage in uprisings in“While some kinds of comments and content may be upsetting for someone - criticism of a certain culture, country, religion, lifestyle, or political ideology, for example -- that alone is not a reason to remove the discussion,” Debbie Frost, a spokeswoman for Facebook, said in an e-mailed statement.“We strongly believe that Facebook users have the ability to express their, and we don’t typically take down content, groups or Pages that speak out against countries, religions, political entities, or ideas,” she said.Edelstein’s statement letter came on the same day that a bomb blast killed one person in Jerusalem and wounded at least 30 others. An Israeli cabinet minister blamed Palestinians for the attack.Violence between Israel and the Islamic militant Hamas group that rules the Gaza Strip has also escalated. A rocket launched from Gaza injured an Israeli man yesterday in the southern city of Beersheba. At least seven Palestinians were killed this week, including several civilians, in what Israel said were attacks aimed at stopping rocket fire.