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Israeli web-surfers responded to these reactions with their own curses towards Arabs. The reactions were published in Arabic and Hebrew.
Abaria is member of High Follow-Up Committee
In the post, Netanyahu appears to falsely accuse the soccer audience at a game in an Israeli-Arab city of jeering during a moment of silence for ten Israeli teens who were killed in a flash flood.
In a heated Knesset discussion on Monday, Israel’s Anti-trust Authority Commissioner Michal Halperin said the government was looking at the companies' business practices.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Israel's elite spy agency plans to use the site, dubbed "Mossad Careers," mainly for recruiting.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
One of Israel’s most popular and humorous Facebook pages, “Tweeting Statuses” counts some 660,00 followers and it's now in business.
A video uploaded to Facebook went viral after an Israeli-Arab was barred from getting on Kuwait Airways flight because of his Israeli passport.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Ya'alon wrote on Facebook it took eight hours to remove the page and meanwhile hosted incitement to murder Israelis on his page. But hours later, he said, Facebook assured him it was removed faster.
By GIL HOFFMAN
With 33,000 friends across seven accounts, this Israeli man's wife is totally addicted to Facebook.
By YONATAN HILLELI/ MAARIV
The unit’s efforts led to the removal of 1,575 online posts in 2016 “which appeared to violate the law.”
“I want to stress the importance of being young and technical. Young people are just smarter.
Why are most chess masters under 30?”
By SHLOMO MAITAL
0202 facilitates communication between different sides of the city, so that everyone can hear.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
Snapchat has special features that make it particularly appealing to and popular among millennials.
By JAMIE HALPER,KAYLA STEINBERG
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