Facebook terrorism and antisemitism: Facebook's Approach to Hatred and Terrorism; Our Approach to Facebook

Strange things are happening at Facebook.

Yesterday, we requested that people report 13 hateful and violent Facebook groups. One of those groups was called "KILL ALL JEWS"

When creating a group on Facebook, Facebook clearly states: Note: groups that attack a specific person or group of people (e.g. racist, sexist, or other hate groups) will not be tolerated. Creating such a group will result in the immediate termination of your Facebook account.

That said, why wasn't the account of the creator of the "KILL ALL JEWS" group, Mohammed Khan (Preston Manor High School) disabled?

In other news, there are also 14 Facebook pages that support the terrorist organization, Hamas. These are simple to find. All one has to do is search for "Hamas" on Facebook then click "Pages" to see all its many supporters (not including the members in various Hamas "groups"). To view the results, click here.

If Facebook was concerned about enforcing its own terms of service against content which promotes hatred and violence, why aren't people at Facebook conducting simple searches like this to remove support and propaganda for a known terrorist entity?

Because of the aforementioned "strange happenings" at Facebook and because of their lackadaisical approach toward enforcing their own rules, we are getting even more proactive on these matters:

  • We suggest contacting companies that advertise on Facebook, if Facebook does not act in more proactive manner to enforce its own rules about content which promotes hatred and violence ASAP
  • We suggest contacting schools and networks of individuals on Facebook who are promoting hatred, violence, or terrorism
For example, does Preston Manor High School know about their genocidal student? Shouldn't they? (Well they do now--keep reading.) What about Kodak, AT&T, Netflix, Verizon, and Monster.com? Do they know that they are now associated with Hamas vis-à-vis their ads on Facebook?

(See screenshots of Facebook search results in scrollbox below. Click to enlarge them):

Kodak Facebook Ad:
AT&T Facebook Ad:
Monster.com Facebook Ad:Netflix Facebook AdVerizon Facebook Ad:

Perhaps we should let companies know about their terrorist associations?

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