Terror-loving Palestinians have launched a movement called “Third Intifada”, whereby they intend to use Facebook to organize a third Intifada against Israel beginning on May 15th. The last Intifada resulted in the death of 5000 people.
According to the Jerusalem Post, the page is centered around the following message, composed by the administrator, “The neighboring country will start a march to Palestine on the 15th of May. After that, all the Muslim countries will soon march, [and] Palestine will be liberated.”
Already the site has 332,700 ‘likes’, and everyone is asked to link to the page and ‘like’ it. As such people ‘like’ nothing more than to see Jews slaughtered, it is not surprising the page is so popular.
Aish.com put out this video on the site with an accompanying petition to sign asking for the removal of the vile page.
The page is in Arabic, but you can use Google translate and copy-paste the various postings to get a good idea as to how thrilled these people are at the possibility that their mission might succeed.
The page threatens Facebook with “a boycott from all Muslims” should Facebook take the page down.
But the Muslims needn’t worry about that. Facebook is shariah compliant.
This isn’t the only Facebook page dedicated to destroying Israel and killing Jews, as the above video details. The ‘social site’ is packed with despicable, hate-inspired pages aimed at Israel and Jews that Facebook refuses to take down, despite the fact that such pages are in clear violation of the site’s terms of service.
Israel has pleaded to Facebook to please remove the page, but Facebook refused. Abe Foxman, National Director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), also begged Facebook to do the civilized thing, but Facebook essentially told the ADL to take a flying f**k at a rolling bagel.
“While some kinds of comments and content may be upsetting for someone - criticism of a certain culture, country, religion, lifestyle, or political ideology, for example — that alone is not a reason to remove the discussion,” Debbie Frost, a spokeswoman for Facebook, said in an e-mailed statement.
“We strongly believe that Facebook users have the ability to express their opinions, and we don’t typically take down content, groups or Pages that speak out against countries, religions, political entities, or ideas,” she said.
This is odd considering that Facebook only recently refused to allow the posting of a tastefully done video that told the story of the savage massacre of the young Fogel family in Itamar by Palestinian cutthroats. In the Facebook universe, it is okay to call for the killing of Jews, but it is unacceptable to show what such incitement results in.
See, Facebook thinks they own the world now. Facebook thinks it is G-d. Or, rather, Allah. Should these calls for jihad come to fruition and a new round of violence explode on the scene beginning May 15th as specified, Facebook should be held accountable.
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO and co-founder, is himself a Jew, a repugnant, mentally-disturbed, self-loathing Jew who obviously cares nothing about human life, and even less about his fellow Jews since he is more than willing to risk the chance that this Facebook group and others like it could result in tremendous pain and loss. Sadly, the Left is rife with such Zuckerbergs.
Normally, this sort of threat might be shrugged off, but after what the world has witnessed over the past few months, we can see that ‘social media’ is nothing to be taken lightly.
Arutz Sheva – [...] The page, ‘Third Palestinian Intifada‘, urges its readers to copy the link, place it in their profiles and publish it on all pictures, videos and pages – everywhere they can. An alert announces that a march to “Palestine” will begin from neighboring countries on May 15 and soon after, “Palestine will be liberated and we will be freed. Our goal now is to reach millions of subscribers on this page before May.”
The page also includes inflammatory language that calls for supporters to build on the previous two murderous previous intifadas in which Arab terrorists murdered and wounded thousands of Israeli civilians. The second intifada is also called the Oslo War as it took place after the Oslo peace accords were signed by PLO leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Yitschak Rabin. The notice refers readers to related content on other sites such as Twitter andYouTube.
“This Facebook page constitutes an appalling abuse of technology to promote terrorist violence,” said Foxman.
“We should not be so naïve to believe that a campaign for a ‘Third Intifada’ does not portend renewed violence, especially in the current climate that has seen a dramatic increase in rocket attacks from Gaza, the brutal murder of the Fogel family in the West Bank, and a terrorist bombing in Jerusalem.”
Last week, Yuli Edelstein, Israel’s Minister of Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs also sent a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO and one of its founders over the issue. He wrote him that the site has “great potential to rally the masses around good causes, and we are all thankful for that. However, such potential comes hand in hand with the ability to cause great harm, such as in the case of the wild incitement displayed” on the Third Palestinian Intifada page.
A petition urging Facebook to remove the dozens of pages promoting hatred of Israel and incitement to kill Jews – incuding the page calling for a Third Intifada — has been started on the Internet by the Jerusalem-based Aish HaTorah Yeshiva. The petition calls on Facebook to “remove any pages that promote hate against Israel and the Jewish people.”
This Intifada page is even more troubling when you consider the collection of threats coming at Israel from all directions.
Gaza has been firing rockets into Israel, terrorists have struck at Itamar and Central Jerusalem, and other less publicized places. Iran was caught smuggling tons of high-grade weaponry to Hamas. The Palestinians are threatening to unilaterally declare a State at the UN, and a mega-flotilla is scheduled to arrive around the same time as this call for an Intifada, to name just a few. Coincidence? There are none in the Middle East.