“In the end, you can’t deny that social networks shape our perception of reality... It has the power to corrupt people’s minds,” warned Strategic Affairs Minister Orit Farkash-Hacohen.
“If you get offended, get the f*** out because it’s a joke,” Freihofer said in the video after telling a Holocaust joke.
The announcement comes as the app has faced controversy over hate speech content on the service, including the Holocaust challenge, which saw users attempt to portray themselves as Holocaust victims.
In the Holocaust victim videos, teens wear stage makeup to look like a concentration camp inmate.
The mashup has gone semi-viral, with nearly 72,000 views five days after Palmer posted it.
While most of us are aware of antisemitism as the blatant hatred of Jews, it’s also important to know about its ugly cousins: philo-Semitism and fetishization.
The executive orders, which go into effect in 45 days, come after the Trump administration said this week it was stepping up efforts to purge "untrusted" Chinese apps from US digital networks.
The TikTok app may be used for disinformation campaigns that benefit the Chinese Communist Party, Trump said.
Last month, the House of Representatives voted to bar federal employees from downloading the app on government-issued devices as part of a proposal, offered by Representative Ken Buck.
"We are happy to meet with members of the Knesset to address their questions and look forward to engaging with them at the earliest opportunity," TikTok told 'The Jerusalem Post' on Wednesday.