Israeli cabinet ministers on Wednesday requested Facebook to delete inciting posts against the country within 24 hours as part of its struggle to quell a nine-month Palestinian uprising.
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Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked and Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan met visiting Facebook officials regarding the issue, Xinhua news agency reported.
The social media has been used as a primary tool for "inciting terror acts" during the recent wave of violence, officials said.
The meeting was part of a move to draft a new bill to remove "terror" content from social networking sites.
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Under the bill, warnings will be sent to social media providers which host "forbidden content," including posts that encourage attacks against Israelis. If the providers do not remove the content, a court could issue a mandatory order to do so.