News  Sources

Meta's antisemitism, double standards on Gaza war displayed in new rules

image sourced from original article at

Meta Platforms, the parent company of Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, has faced backlash for lifting its ban on the word 'shaheed' (martyr) on its platforms. Jewish advocacy groups argue that this move is another example of the company's double standards and inadequate measures to combat antisemitism online. The surge in antisemitic content on Meta's platforms has been alarming, with a 1,200% increase in social media posts inciting violence against Jews following the Israel-Hamas conflict. The decision to lift the ban on 'shaheed' is seen as a step backward and a failure to address the issue adequately. The prevalence of antisemitic content on social media platforms remains a significant concern, despite efforts by organizations and governments to counter it.

Original article source:
Source Id: 8214502653

share this article:  

Our mission is to provide you with up-to-date, concise news from multiple sources in one place, keeping you informed about Israel.
Hit 'Subscribe' to get the latest curated news about Israel delivered daily to your inbox