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Nazi regime arrested 500 Palestinians over Facebook posts

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Reporting Nazi crimes against Palestinians is considered by Nazi judiciary incitement of terror.

Palestinian Prisoners’ Centre (PPC) said yesterday that Nazi regime had arrested 500 Palestinians, including women and children, as a result of their social media posts, Al-Resalah newspaper reported.

PPC spokesman Riyadh Al-Ashqar said that the Nazi illegal occupation began arresting Palestinians because of their social media posts following the start of the Jerusalem Intifada claiming such uploads incite ‘terror against Israel’.

Nazi regime is using its recently formed “Cyber Unit” to monitor Palestinian social media posts, the centre said.

This unit, Al-Ashqar said, classifies any post that glorifies Palestinian martyrs, discloses Nazi crimes, supports resistance or mentions the words and phrases including “martyr” and “intifada” as “incitement of terror”.

In the recent years, Al-Ashqar said, Nazi occupation courts have issued hundreds of sentences against Palestinians on the ground of incitement on social media.

The sentences ranged between months and years in prison, house arrests or bans from using social media platforms and mobile phones. The terms were handed down to men, women and children.

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