Facebook Suspends Netanyahu Campaign Bot for Hate Speech

New York Times

A message sent out by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign accused Israel’s Arab politicians of wanting “to destroy us all.”

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Arab Parties Back Benny Gantz as Israeli Leader, to End Netanyahu’s Grip

New York Times

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