Occupied Palestine (QNN)- Quds News Network (QNN) said Facebook has been responding to malicious reports made against the Palestinian content.
In a press release issued on Tuesday, QNN said that it as been targeted by organized reports against its news posts. Facebook administration responded to some of the reports, putting QNN’s pages in danger.
The network condemned Facebook’s response to the reports which has been deemed a violation of journalism values and international journalism charters, noting that Facebook accepts malicious reports quickly but it takes very lengthy periods to justify its measures when asked about them, or it even does not provide any explanation.
QNN called on Palestinian official institutions, the Palestinian Press Association, and workers in journalism and media to combine the efforts in order to protect the Palestinian content on the internet.
In the same context, the head of Sada Social, Iyad Al Rifa’i, said that Facebook continues to implement its biased policy, preventing and deleting the Palestinian content.
Rifa’i added that the lastest of Facebook’s violations against the Palestinian content is the removal of Al Hadath Palestinian News page without any prior notice, noting that the Palestinian content is facing an organized campaign, targeting different Palestinian pages and accounts.
Sada Social had documented 29 violations against the Palestinian content last month, most of them were carried out on Facebook.