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The israeli Prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has refused to write a message that will cause Facebook to be (wrath and) punishment for a violation of its hate and its policies.
Facebook said on Thursday that the tech giant had been suspended for 24 hours, and in the pages of bot or automated chat.
The page is called on the electorate to prevent the formation of a government composed of “Arabs who want to destroy us, all women, children and men.” The message led to a revolt by the opposition politicians in Israel.
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Netanyahu did not deny that he wrote the post in an interview with Reshet Bet radio station. He said it was a staff member of the mistake and the post has been deleted.
Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during a press conference in Tel Aviv, Israel, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019 at the latest.
(AP Photo/Oded Balilty)
“To think rationally. I am a serious person,” he told the interviewer, according to the Haaretz report. “I’ve got friends in the Arab countries. So, what is this nonsense?”
Haaretz is reporting that Facebook users have access to virtual content, and were encouraged to use to persuade undecided voters not to vote for Netanyahu’s likud party. Israel’s national election will take place at the end of September. 17.
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Fox News has not reached Facebook, and the Israeli government with a request to comment for this story.
The Associated Press contributed to this article.
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