ACTION ALERT! REPORT ***ANOTHER*** "KILL A JEW DAY" EVENT! (3rd in the past few Days) *UPDATE*

As you can see by the wall posts in the newest group, we're upsetting the Jew haters, getting all their material deactivated. That said, the new "Kill a Jew" Day page is here.  GONE!  ANOTHER JIDF SUCCESS!  However, there is still the "I hate it when your trying to kill a jew......and it casts a spell on you" and the "Jewish gas chamber party!" page too, as well as the "kill all Jews" page.  Click these pages, report them, share this post, tweet about it, and make sure you cite the JIDF as the source, as your readers deserve to have the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on this content, which is always here (and has been for over 2 years.) 

To report the pages, you click the links, scroll down and look for the "report" link on either the right-hand side (if it's an event) or left-hand side (if it's a page or group).

This is the third page to go up like this in the past few days (after the first two were removed, due to our effort, see here and here).  

This is precisely why Facebook needs to take more proactive measures (ie. deactivating accounts responsible for, and taking part, in, this material). Facebook must implement IP bans on people involved in such material.  Finally, law enforcement should get involved, Facebook should be subpoenaed, the IP's of the people threatening and inciting violence should be obtained, and legal action should be immediately pursued.

These are the same things we've been advocating for over 2 years.  Facebook's response (or lack thereof) is abhorrent.  They refuse to be proactive on these issues.   This is directly thanks to Mark Zuckerberg, who, as we reported in April 2008, thinks that Facebook should not be proactive on antisemitism:
Recently Shimon Peres suggested that Israelis and Jews worldwide use Facebook to fight anti-semitism in addition to inviting Mark Zuckerberg to Israel. I asked him about his thoughts on Facebook as a tool to fight anti-semitism and if Facebook would take proactive measures to fight against it. Mark believes that Facebook needs to focus on building useful communication tools and that the users can use these tools to connect and generate more worldly perspectives. As such Facebook does not need to be proactive about it. When asked about whether he will visit Israel next year, he said maybe.



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