Here at Elimihate we’ve done our research. To increase our own chance at success, we needed to find out what had been done in the past to curb online anti-semitic hate speech. So we thought we’d share with you a few case studies that really exemplify just how prevalent anti-semitic hate speech is and the struggle to get Facebook to accept accountability and remove the vilifying content.
Check out our case studies:
1) #Unbonjuif (A Good Jew): In 2012, the Twitter hashtag #Unbonjuif (“A Good Jew”) turned into a competition of anti-Semitic jokes with examples such as “A good Jew is a dead Jew”.
Anti-semitic image posted by Serre Fion 8-9, a Twitter user participating in the #Unbonjuif hashtag
2) Anti-Semitic Memes: Can Facebook recognise the various forms of anti-semitic hate speech?
Anne Frank meme once available at Jewish Meme Facebook page
3) The Untold History: A site dedicated to Holocaust denial yet Facebook refuses to ban the account.
Image available at The Untold History