DOUBLE STANDARDS? Facebook Disables Important JIDF Account, Continues to Allow Islamic Terrorists, Antisemites, Privacy Invaders & Spammers to Operate

UPDATE: We got the account back. It's not 100% back to normal (all posted items, notes, and groups are gone) but we are in correspondence with Facebook and hope everything gets back to 100% normalcy soon. Thank you all for the emails you sent to Facebook on our behalf. We'd tell you to stop, but the account is not fully re-instated yet, apparently. We're back! Thank you all!

In case you are wondering, one of the main people behind the JIDF has had their Facebook account disabled. We believe it was because he was adding too many friends from the JIDF Facebook group too quickly. (We thought the point of social networking was to be social!) We are working with Facebook staff to try to get the account back. It's a shame that his account was disabled, while hundreds of antisemitic and pro-Jihadist groups and hundreds of thousands of their supporters remain. Breaking Facebook's obscure "rate limits" rules might be bad, but it cannot be nearly as bad as actively promoting hatred and violence, right? Also, how is it that someone should get disabled when people receive all sorts of invites to add privacy-invading Facebook applications all the time? There are some serious double standards at play. If the account remains disabled, we will have to continue to expose the problems in much more vocal ways, especialliy the problems with regard to privacy on Facebook, since we have discovered many security breaches which we have not had the time to expose.

We also have other friends of the JIDF who are getting disabled. Are friends of the JIDF actually breaking the rules? Or is Facebook making statements through their disablings? At this point, we are in a holding pattern with regard to the account. If it is not re-instated within 24 hours, then we will have to launch a mass email campaign to Facebook to get it back. Please do not write to Facebook on our behalf yet. The last time this happened was on September 15. It was quickly reversed in about an hour. Let us pray they re-instate it. A lot of important correspondence has now been prematurely cut off. Many people received important information through that account. We will keep you posted. If it's not reinstated, then we'll just have to come back and rebuild and be even stronger next time. It's just a shame as there were thousands of posted items, hundreds of pictures, hundreds of notes, tons of correspondence, etc. It's sad Facebook has the power to take all that away in one quick instant, especially when a simple search on Facebook for the term "Hezbollah" yields dozens of groups and hundreds of people actively supporting the terrorist organization. Also, here's just a small sampling of terrorist activity on Facebook in the past 3 days:

رجال اللهToday at 2:33am

دولة فلسطين الإلكترونيةYesterday at 8:44pm
Facebook حركة التحرير الوطني الفلسطيني "فتح" إقليم Yesterday at 5:15pm
حركة الناصريين المستقلين-المرابطونYesterday at 4:19pm
Alawites All Over The WorldYesterday at 12:41pm
رجال اللهYesterday at 12:31pm
الكوفية رمز العروبة مش صيحات الموضةYesterday at 11:50am
شكرا سماحة السيد حسن نصرالله ,شكرا يا اشرف الناسYesterday at 10:40am
fuck israel its called palastine u retardsYesterday at 6:05am
أسرارعلاقةاسرائيل بأحداث 11سبتمبر بالتفصيل والتوثيق الكامل (أغرب من الخيال)Yesterday at 3:56am
فلسطين....فقط لمن يجري وطنه في دمهSun 4:38pm
رجال اللهSun 3:34pm
رجال اللهSun 3:32pm

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