JIDF Takes Over Massive "Hate Israel" Facebook Group **UPDATE**

**UPDATE**

Within minutes of Facebook viewing this post (see photo) they returned the group to its pro-Hezbollah creator and admins:

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Facebook staff manually did this. We know this as the group has not been restored back to its original content. 14 hours after the group "magically" fell back into the hands of pro-Hezbollah propagandists, our group description was still there. Why is that? We know that if one of our groups got taken over, we'd immediately change everything back! They have not done this, because the admins are not even aware that the group ever changed hands!

When those admins do happen to notice that things have changed and they change things back, be sure to notice all the clear Jew hatred and promotions of violence and terrorism in the group. Facebook does not adhere to its own rules. In fact, it seems Facebook goes out of its way to aid and abet the enemies of America, Israel, and the Jewish people. Thank you, Zuckerberg!

Here was our original announcement:

Today, we are proud to announce that we took over a massive "Hate Israel" Facebook group with over 68,000 members. Here is the statement we currently have in the group description:
On 4.28.09, the Jewish Internet Defense Force (JIDF) launched a campaign against all "Hate Israel" groups on Facebook:

http://www.thejidf.org/2009/04/in-honor-yom-haatzmaut-jidf-launches.html

Jerusalem Post: Jewish anti-racist activists fight uphill battle with Facebook
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1239710895239

Unfortunatley, Facebook only took action against 6 of the 20 groups we listed.

Promoting hatred is against Facebook's TOS. While Facebook claims that hatred against a country is not against their TOS, we have overwhelming evidence (found in this group and others) that these groups are not merely critical of Israel, but espousing hatred of the Jewish people as a whole, promoting a "REAL" Holocaust, calling for genocide, and inciting violence and terrorism.

We have currently taken it upon ourselves to hide the wall, discussion areas, photos, and links in this group, but rest assured, we're sitting on evidence that this group should have been removed for its hateful content a long time ago.

Again, since Facebook does not take the needed action, we do what we have to do to get the publicity on these important issues.

Recently, Facebook proudly announced that it will not remove hateful Holocaust denial material from its platform, either.

The Jewish Internet Defense Force (JIDF) started another group against that:

United Against Holocaust Denial On Facebook
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=38697069983&ref=ts

We urge you to join it and our fan page found here:
Jewish Internet Defense Force Fan Page:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Jewish-Internet-Defense-Force/28798913141?ref=share

It's interesting to note that the JIDF can change the name of all our other groups. However, Facebook will not allow us to change the name of this group, for some reason. We wanted to change it to:

"How Many People Love Israel?"

Is there a reason for this? Or is it just more of the basic glitchiness which is so common on Facebook?



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