“Am Israel Chai” Violates Facebook Community Standards

Again, the brave moderators of Facebook have taken down yet another example of incitement of murdering Jews by anti-Israel users.

Actually no, those are still up. But look what DID violate Facebook’s precious “community standards”.

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You are reading that correctly. Pages and pages of Jew-hate are still up (or simply hidden from Israelis), and they do not violate Facebook standards (as proven by Shurat Hadin).

But saying, “The Nation Of Israel Lives” is too much for Facebook’s shameful community “standards”.

Israel Law Center (Shurat HaDin) is currently taking this very issue to court. Facebook has claimed in their defense that “social media services, like themselves, are simply neutral bulletin boards and cannot be held liable under American law for the content of their user’s Facebook pages.”

When something like “Am Israel Chai” gets removed and endless pages glorifying Jew murder get the “we found it doesn’t violate our Community Standards” treatment, there’s clearly nothing neutral about it.

Hashtag #AmIsraelChai on Facebook and Twitter because they need to know we’re still here.



I'm a Canadian Israeli, Aliyah Class of '10. You may know me as tweeter @notantisemitic but here I'll tickle your Zionist bone in other ways.

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