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“Police thoughts”: Facebook banned the son of the Israeli Prime Minister for criticizing the platform 

At the same time, Yair Netanyahu published a screenshot of a post previously banned from the social network.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his son Yair Netanyahu Photo Fortune

On December 16, Yair Netanyahu, the son of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, posted on his Facebook page a post in which he criticized the social network, calling it “the police of thoughts”. The reason for the criticism was that Facebook had previously removed Netanyahu’s post calling for “revenge for the death” of two soldiers killed by Palestinian gunmen last week.

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In a remote post, the author also considered that “it would be great if all Muslims left the land of Israel.”

[perfectpullquote align=”full” bordertop=”false” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””] There will be no peace until: 1. All Jews will not leave the land of Israel. 2. All Muslims will not leave the land of Israel. I prefer the second option. [/perfectpullquote]
Yair Netanyahu
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In addition, Netanyahu posted a screenshot of the deleted post. In response, social network moderators blocked his page for 24 hours.
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