Facebook, Twitter continue enabling Palestinian orgs to incite, glorify terrorism against Jews [UPDATED]
More evidence of how Facebook and Twitter violate their own ethical policies to enable notorious groups to post materials that incite and glorify anti-Semitic terrorism — yet ban people and groups that do not violate its policies.
Did Facebook’s continued enabling of anti-Semitic terror-incitement groups result in recent attacks?
An update to our recent report, documenting evidence that raise legitimate questions about the practical result of Facebook enabling notorious anti-Semitic terror inciters to continue using the site.
Why does Facebook enable Palestinians to incite & glorify anti-Semitic terrorism, but bans users who don’t? [UPDATED]
This special report documents the fact that Facebook knowingly, willfully enables Palestinian users to egregiously violate its ethical policies — specifically, in the context of inciting, glorifying and justifying terrorism against Jews — while banning users who merely voice opinions on terrorism-related matters.
On June 2, 2016 STW founder and president Kenneth Abramowitz delivered a speech to the Metropolitan Republican Club (NYC) on how to save Western civilization – in some cases, from itself.
Ambassador Alan Baker of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs (JCPA) identifies and masterfully debunks ten of the most egregious lies that serve as the basis of many anti-Israel propaganda campaigns.
According to STW founder Ken Abramowitz. “Israel isn’t just protecting the Jews; actually it’s protecting the Muslims and Christians in Israel, but it’s also protecting everyone in Europe and everyone in America.”
How far did the Huffington Post go to dehumanize Capt. Taylor Force, a beloved, decorated U.S. Army officer and combat veteran, who was murdered by a Palestinian terrorist? See for yourself, in this explosive new documentary.
A two-minute video containing praise from news makers and respected professionals for our debut documentary film, “The Huffington Post’s Anti-Semitic Bias and Incitement During the Third Intifada.”