Israeli extremists are using social media to create Palestinian threats
As war intensifies between Israel and Hamas, some Israelis have begun engaging in programs to create threats to Palestine. New York Times and False Writer, the country’s leading intelligence agency, has found that at least 100 WhatsApp groups and 20 others The telegrams Commitments to the violence against Palestinian people have been evident last week. They carry such names as “Death to the Arabs,” “The Jewish Guard,” and “The Revenge Troops,” and government officials have linked them to a series of violent attacks on Palestinian civilians.
Although terrorists around the world have been using social networking and chat rooms to create and perpetuate violence in the past, researchers say NOW respondents said these groups and methods have been more successful in using WhatsApp and Telegram than the like Go For. Many of them have seen people not only prepare for action against the Palestinians, but also achieve their goals. In one WhatsApp group, the paper found evidence of people sharing tips on how to make Molotov cocktails and explosives made in a different way. On the Telegram route with 400 members or more, a NOW saw admin asking for business addresses containing Arabs.
Facebook and WhatsApp have had it they have already fought dealing with breaches of the principles of private chat rooms. In the meantime, WhatsApp has banned some people from participating in groups on its platform. With discussions between private individuals and groups consisting of only 256 members, the company’s experiments have relied on people telling them who are affected by the groups for job violations. Instead, many of them have begun evaluating new members. WhatsApp secret groups require invitations from admin to join, and it is not possible to track them on the platform.
“As a secretarial service, we can’t find what people are talking about even when we are informed, we try to block accounts that we believe will be involved,” a WhatsApp spokesman told Engadget. “We also respond promptly to legitimate requests from establishing rules on the few details we can find. “ We also reached out to Telegram for comment, and we will change the subject when we hear about the company.
Initially, Israeli police did not take any action against groups and methods from FakeReporter, but they say they are now “following media trends and monitoring low-level traffic.” A source for the officials said New York Times police had never seen a similar use of WhatsApp and Telegram in Palestine.
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