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Now this mf’s version of IG trying to silence people who are talking about Palestine and the genocide being committed against its people.— Clarkisha Kent (@IWriteAllDay_) May 11, 2021
May God punish everyone involved.
Interesting, because they don't seem to make those "mistakes" when they're, oh I don't know, autocreating white supremacist groups in the weeks before the Capitol coup attempt. @Facebook sure does love to limit the reach of our fact-checking site though https://t.co/wCWvVMvZE4— Brooke Binkowski (@brooklynmarie) May 12, 2021
I am not joking when I say that Mark Zuckerberg is responsible for 40-70% of what’s going on in the US rn. From the mass misinformation campaign that gave us Tr*mp, to the collapse of digital journalism/media based on a LIE about video metrics, to the sabotaging of IG, he is EVIL— Clarkisha Kent (@IWriteAllDay_) May 11, 2021
Instagram and Twitter have blamed technical errors for deleting posts mentioning the possible eviction of Palestinians from East Jerusalem, but data rights groups fear “discriminatory” algorithms are at work and want greater transparency.— Rami (@Ramulous) May 10, 2021
By @GebeilyM https://t.co/4fBDwImUVc
The hypocrisy of the so-called “freedom of speech”.— Reem Al-Harmi ريم الحرمي #SaveSheikhJarrah (@Reem_AlHarmi) May 12, 2021
It’s only freedom of speech when it fits a certain narrative, in this case, showing Israeli crimes and atrocities against Palestinians, is not the sort of narrative that Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter want to see. https://t.co/3cPyfRvlcv
Instagram was removing content associated with Al-Aqsa Mosque, the site of clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians, because it labeled the site as a terrorist organization. Internally, the company called it a mistake, and we obtained the docs.https://t.co/Vi0ycGT0Zg— Ryan Mac🙃 (@RMac18) May 12, 2021
There are some orgs whose names begin with Al-Aqsa that have been deemed terrorist orgs by the US and EU. But Al-Aqsa is more commonly known as Islam's third holiest site. To designate everything "Al-Aqsa" as terrorist-related is ludicrous, say employees. https://t.co/Vi0ycGT0Zg— Ryan Mac🙃 (@RMac18) May 12, 2021
And I haven’t even begun to discuss what this mf soulless ghoul contributed to surveillance in this country (and the world tbh).— Clarkisha Kent (@IWriteAllDay_) May 11, 2021
Facebook is truly one of the worst technological “advances” to happen ever.
Facebook and Twitter are systematically silencing users protesting evictions of Palestinian families from their homes #SheikhJarrah— Marwa Fatafta #SaveSheikhJarrah (@marwasf) May 7, 2021
We demand they immediately stop this censorship, & provide a clear and public explanation for why the content was removed.https://t.co/6SKCUbMJUV
#Zionist & the Israeli RWNJs— Nic #VetsResist🇺🇸🏳️🌈 #WinTheFuture (@P4boxers) May 12, 2021
continue to target Apartment buildings where Hamas commanders might be, meanwhile slaughtering Palestinian non-combatants.
Israel Kills Hamas Commanders as Violence Escalates to Major Crisis https://t.co/Xqnrf5XCj8
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Dozens of civilians are dead in airstrikes and rocket barrages in the worst violence between Israelis and Palestinians in years, and violent protests have erupted in mixed Jewish-Arab areas. Updates on the crisis: https://t.co/HfPvrqh012 pic.twitter.com/VHcLRjZdEa— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 12, 2021
"More than 50 Palestinians including at least 14 children have been killed, according to Gaza health authorities, since the hostilities intensified a few days ago, and in Israel the death toll reached at least seven people, including a 6-year-old." https://t.co/oTK4jc3UEo pic.twitter.com/zPkHxE0MNE— Kenneth Roth (@KenRoth) May 13, 2021
Imagine an article on #BlackLivesMatter that only quoted white people.— Sunjeev Bery (@SunjeevBery) May 13, 2021
Why are @NYTimes reporters @IKershner and @PatrickKingsley only quoting Jewish Israeli politician @Tzipi_Livni to explain Palestinian perspectives?
And Patrick is in Jerusalem ?!https://t.co/KoQV2LlHFi
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