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July 3, 2016 10:39 am

Israeli Minister: Facebook Becoming a ‘Monster,’ Sabotaging Police Efforts to Fight Terror

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MK Gilad Erdan, minister of public security, strategic affairs and public diplomacy, at the Jerusalem Post Conference in New York City on May 22. Photo: Marc Sellem.

MK Gilad Erdan, minister of public security, strategic affairs and public diplomacy, at the Jerusalem Post Conference in New York City on May 22. Photo: Marc Sellem.

Israel’s Minister of Internal Security on Saturday accused Facebook and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg, of not doing enough to prevent incitement against Israel and said the social network was “sabotaging” Israeli police work.

Israel has in the past said Facebook is used to encourage attacks and the government is drafting legislation to enable it to order Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and other social media to remove online postings it deems incite terrorism

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