My Days on Twitter May Be Numbered

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Yesterday, I was greeted on Twitter with this message:


The offending tweet? A retweet of an antisemite from 2014, in which I mocked them!



I deleted the tweet, shaking my head, thinking this was the end of it. I was wrong.

I was just greeted with this message:

I have no idea how I violated the rules, but given the fact that Twitter seems to take issue with those who retweet antisemitic and hateful tweets with a view towards exposing and mocking the individuals in question, it could be any one of thousands of tweets. It is what I do.

And I know I am the target of the bad guys. They tweet about it all the time.

If this is the case, I am not sure I will be able to stay on Twitter. That is not a threat, it is just a statement of practicality. I may continue to have account features limited or even my account suspended for good.

And I am sure I am not alone.

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An Aussie immigrant to Israel, David Lange is founder and managing editor of Israellycool. He is a happy family man, and a lover of steak, Australian sports and single malt whisky.