The Facebook rating on Google Play Store had dropped from 4.0 to 2.3 on Monday when Facebook was started mass deleting posts protesting against Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian Information Centre reported.
Facebook Ratings Drop From 4.0 To 2.3
It seems that Facebook is a ticking time bomb. In just a few days, the Facebook rating has dropped from 4.0 to 2.3 in the Google Play store following the social networks action to ban two leading Palestinian Information Center pages in the act of solidarity with Israeli regime military aggression on Gaza. On Apple’s App store, the social media giant has a rating of 2.4. In another move, internet activists have launched a “33%” campaign against Facebook and Google to collaborate with Israel in censoring Palestinian news content.
The Story Behind The Jerusalem Prayer Team Facebook Page Likes
Facebook Inc. (FB) might have reached a new low as it was recently forced to apologize after being accused of giving “ Automatic likes” to a Jerusalem Prayer Team page from the profiles of people that did not even know about its existence.
These likes were confirmed by many American and British users who contacted media sources and stated that they did not know what they had liked when the like appeared on their page. This led thousands of users to start a campaign to protest against Facebook, bolstering the anti-Palestinian agenda by supporting Zionist propaganda.
Why did Israel attack Palestine in 2021?
Israel attacked Palestine in 2021 because the Israeli Supreme Court had ruled in favor of the eviction of six Palestinian families from Sheikh Jarrah, a neighbourhood of occupied East Jerusalem. Palestinians in Jerusalem protested against a court decision on the deportation of Palestinian families from occupied East Jerusalem.
Israel’s Oppression of Palestinians is now a Global Crisis
Israel’s attacks on innocent Palestinians have now shed into a global crisis, sparking an unprecedented wave of anger by Google Play and App stores users. It is also said that many people have reported the Facebook application and the pages related to it on Google Play due to their support for Israel’s aggression against Gaza.
Facebook’s Biased Policy Towards Israel
Netizens have criticized Facebook for being a tool used by the pro-Israel lobby. Facebook has also been strongly criticized for deleting the accounts of pro-Palestine users.
Facebook is caught in the middle of a controversy over its alleged pro-Israel policies. Several Palestinian users complain that the social media giant allows Israel to delete their postings and profiles while leaving intact pages set up by Israel. The decision to ban Palestinian journalists and writers from using their accounts is a dangerous sign of the social network’s biased policy.
Millions of people worldwide became a part of the trend that was mainly initiated by individual pro-Palestinian activists on social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook with changing their profile images to green-colored (or red-colored) banners carrying the hashtag #GazaUnderAttack or #GazaResists.
FAQs About Israel Palestine News
Did Israel cease fire?
After eight days of rigorous talks, Israel and Hamas officials reached the deal for a cease-fire that would end the fighting.
After eight days without Israeli airstrikes, the decision of cease-fire brought relief to the battered Palestinian territory, with residents taking the streets to celebrate and rally. Many headed to the rubble of houses struck in the previous fighting or to relatives’ homes that were destroyed.
Is Gaza part of Israel?
The Gaza Strip is an Israeli-occupied territory in the southern part of the Mediterranean coast of Palestine. It borders Egypt on the southwest and Israel on the east and north. The Gaza Strip has a border with the Israeli territory of the State of Israel, from which Israel occupied it in 1967 during the Six-Day War.
What did Bella Hadid say on Instagram About Palestinians?
The way my heart feels.. To be around this many beautiful, smart, respectful, loving , kind and generous Palestinians all in one place… it feels whole ! We are a rare breed!!
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