Due to Facebook's continued negligence on these issues, Nasrallah and Islamic jihadist propaganda is still allowed to continue to flourish (while Jewish activists trying to address these issues, are censored).

The latest Nasrallah page has over 7,100 fans who "like" this Islamic terrorist.  We urge you to click on it, scroll down to report the page on the bottom left.   We also urge you to fill out the form to report terrorist content on Facebook, here.

As many of you know, the JIDF is the only organization fully on top of these dangerous online trends.  We have been responsible for the targeting and removing of dozens of Nasrallah/Hezbollah pages and groups on Facebook, and hundreds of other antisemitic and jihadist pages as well.

As we told the Jerusalem Post in July of 2009 when we were responsible for getting another massive Nasrallah page removed, "we will fight Amalek on every front."

If you can appreciate that, we'd appreciate it if you support our effort however you can.  First, by responding to our action alerts and sharing our content widely.  But most importantly, we feel that anyone with an internet connection who appreciates what we do, can afford at least $5/month.  Please click here to help keep this fight strong.


In less than 2 hours, the filth was removed.  We still remember the days when MONTHS would go by and Facebook would not take action.  We're still waiting for the time that Facebook hires someone to proactively remove antisemitic and jihadist content.  In the meantime:

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