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18 Okt 2023

Mike Isaac, New York Times

Social Media Users Accuse Facebook and Instagram of Suppressing Pro-Palestinian Posts; incl. company response

Thousands of Palestinian supporters say their posts have been suppressed or removed from Facebook and Instagram, even if the messages do not break the platforms’ rules.

Meta...said that some of those posts were hidden from view because of an accidental bug in the company’s systems.

In particular, messages of support for Palestinian civilians, many of whom have been displaced, injured or killed by Israeli airstrikes, were being hidden from the platforms, users said. Some people have also reported that Facebook suppressed accounts that called for peaceful protest...

Meta has cautioned that some posts may be temporarily suppressed or suspended as it enacts measures to deal with a high number of reports of graphic content.

One hashtag, #Zionistigram, which was attached to posts critical of Instagram’s suppression of pro-Palestinian content, appeared to be temporarily quashed over the weekend, returning no results under searches for the term.