“Jerusalem Prayer Group” owner Mike Evans asserted that critics targeted the page by leaving “more than a million” comments at that point stating they had actually never ever posted on the page, according to CBN.
“There was an organized attempt by radical Islamic organizations to achieve this objective,” Evans was quoted as pointing out.
“It was a very clever, deceptive plan by Islamic radicals.”
He likewise pointed out the comments consisted of anti-Semitic opinions.
Evans didn’t provide evidence for the claim yet had been quoted in Arutz Sheva 7 stating he hadn’t contacted Facebook reps due to the fact that the page was actually taken down on Friday.
A Facebook business representative pointed out: “We removed Jerusalem Prayer Team’s Facebook Page for violating our rules against spam and inauthentic behavior.”
The Facebook page became part of a conspiracy theory on social networks, through which individuals stated they discovered they were immediately following the page without ever having actually followed it.
President Biden apparently pressed Israel to gradually end its barrage in Gaza as global opposition has increased surrounded by increasing casualty numbers.
Biden had openly stated he advocated for a cease-fire yet likewise insisted on Israel’s right to defend their country, the White House press office said.
Reuters reported that in May of 2019, Facebook previously took down more than 200 “fake accounts” for “inauthentic behavior.”
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