Palestine supporters start hashtags to create voices heard around the world.
Social networking consumers and activists released campaigns to truly save Palestine from the dual standard despite the occupied country.
There’s a double standard of obscuring Israel’s crimes in Palestine and restricting Palestine supporters to prevent them from making their voices heard on social media platforms.
Several social media marketing customers complain that their reports are slowed, threads and remarks clogged and wiped, especially on Facebook and Instagram, following discussing images and videos about Israel’s violations against Palestinians.
Users introduced campaigns by producing hashtags in Palestine to bring interest across the world.
Egyptian activist and journalist Shaima al-Hadidi informed Anadolu Organization that she introduced a plan with the hashtag #unmutepalestine.
“We’ve seen that there surely is unfairness and a double standard against contents supporting Palestine, especially restriction in Arabic content,” she said.
After following Israelis’posts about the massacre against Palestinians and the murder of children, she said Facebook didn’t delete those posts within the scope of “freedom of expression.”
She said posts and comments about the specific situation in Gaza and occupied East Jerusalem are deleted probably the most on Facebook.
Underlining more than 200 million users in Arab countries and the Islamic world alone on Facebook, she said official objection appeals could prevent Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter restrictions.
Yasir Asur, a cultural press specialist, told Anadolu Company that people launched an idea against Facebook by using remarks that Facebook helps murderer Israel.
“There are numerous ways to avoid being restricted on Facebook and Instagram,” he said, advising users to avoid sensitive content and scribe phrases and texts.
He prompted users to carefully read the writing procedures of programs and encouraged an appeal by developing a record to the platform instead of being silent.
At least 230 Palestinians have already been killed, including 65 kiddies and 39 women. More than 1,700 others were injured in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since May 10, in line with the Palestinian Health Ministry. Health centres, media offices, and residential neighbourhoods have been targeted.
Recent tensions that were only available in East Jerusalem throughout the Muslim holy month of Ramadan spread to Gaza due to Israeli assaults on worshippers in the flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and a nearby of Sheikh Jarrah.
Israel occupied East Jerusalem, where Al-Aqsa is situated, throughout the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. In 1980 it annexed the whole city, a move never recognized by the international community.