Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is the target of a campaign tagged “Zuckerberg don’t kill us” by an Israeli NGO which is hoping to raise funds to erect billboards near the Facebook founders mansion to protest what it claims is a policy on his social media platform that allows incitement against Jews.
The campaign started on Sunday and according to Shurat Hadin who claims to advocate for Israeli victims of terror, the campaign will seek to raise $30,000 via crowdfunding site Headstart to pay for the signs.
“When Palestinian terrorists called for the killing of Jews on Facebook, Facebook closed its eyes,” the video released as part of the campaign intones while flashing a picture of Zuckerberg closing his eyes.
“Let’s put up billboards in his neighborhood in California that display the incitement,” it added. “He will also take notice of us — the Jews.” Hadin said.
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