Haters Target Israellycool Posts on Facebook

Reader K has informed me that when she went to share this post of mine, she was prevented from doing so by Facebook.

That post dealt with vile reactions to a terror attack, which led to the murder of four innocent Israelis and the wounding of two others. Needless to say, there was nothing abusive about the post, except for the reactions of palestinian Arabs and haters mentioned in it.

What this tells reaffirms to me is how there is a concerted effort by haters to silence me on social media. I have suspected this for a while as I have noticed a relatively low level of engagement for the number of followers Israellycool has. In some cases, posts take hours before reaching even a handful of people. I am seeing similar things on Twitter.

And it seems Facebook either does not have a smart or manual system in place to discern ‘fake’ abuse reports from authentic ones, or – even more worryingly – there are Facebook employees with anti-Israel agendas making their influence felt.

All of this strengthens my resolve to continue producing my content on this website, owned by me, rather than solely producing content on social media like the vast majority of Israel supporters. No matter what happens, I won’t be silenced, especially considering I pay extra money for web hosting on a dedicated server.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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