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Jewish Internet
Defense Force (JIDF)
Jidf logo.png
Type of site
propaganda, terrorism
Slogan(s) "Leading the Fight Against Antisemitism and Terrorism on the Web. Coordinating Concerned Citizens Around the Globe. Promoting Jewish Pride, Knowledge, and Unity. Israel advocacy"[1]
Website www.thejidf.org
Alexa rank Negative increase 4,534,043 (August 2015)[2]
Someone from one of the Zionist propaganda groups trolling the internet gave what he claim are his tactics. Careful, as the Jew always has deception in his words, even when supposedly revealing his secrets like this.

The Jewish Internet Defense Force (JIDF) is a Jewish terrorist organization that uses social media to mobilize support for campaigns against websites. It is not limited to just main sites like Facebook, Wikipedia, YouTube and Twitter, but any forum where there is an anti-Jewish presence, they will come. They also engage in hacking and DDoS attacks[3] which the Zionist mainstream Jewish lackey media calls "hacktivism"[4][5] Their slogan says they fight against terrorism, which is like ISIS having a slogan saying their group fights terrorism. (ISIS coincidentally is a puppet of Israel.) The JIDF is also a Zionist instigator of Islamohysteria.

Organization and methods

According to the JIDF, the organization "formed as a grassroots effort in 2000, to mount mass e-mail campaigns, in response to the outbreak of the Second Intifada."[6] The website is run by a person who identifies himself as "David Appletree."[7] According to a reporter from The Jewish Week in 2009 he "will not say if that is his true surname," however taking a nome de goy is common for jews. In the same article Appletree accused Facebook administrators of antisemitism for closing down his account. A Facebook spokesperson replied that the account was terminated because the website did not believe he was using his real name, which is a breach of Facebook's "real name culture". Appletree went on to say that he maintains approximately 40 Facebook groups focused on combating terrorism and antisemitism.[7]

The group says they "specifically target hateful material or material which blatantly promotes hatred or violence, no matter where it can be found."[8] The "About" page of the website says "We believe in direct action both to eradicate the problems we face online and to create the publicity that will cause those with companies like Facebook and Google to take the needed action themselves."[9] On Facebook, The JIDF has redirected anti-Israel Facebook groups to other pages it prefers and changed the names of Muslim members of such groups to "Mossad collaborator," among other actions.[10] A website spokesman told Haaretz that they don't break any laws and that the JIDF "prefers the terms 'seize control,' 'take over' or 'infiltrate' to 'hack'" however hacking is illegal.[10]

Israeli students get paid $2000 to work 5 hours a week from their home. Since the USA gives Israel three billion dollars a year, it has been inferred that the US taxpayer is essentially paying for this.[11][12]

On Facebook

During 2007, a controversy on Facebook was reported involving "the drop-down list of places members can use to show where they live."[13] A Facebook group, "Palestine Is not a country ... Delist it from Facebook as a country!", had been formed in 2007 which petitioned Facebook management to remove Palestine from Facebook's list of countries. Several Facebook groups formed to support or oppose this removal including "Israel is not a country! Delist it from Facebook as a country". Matt Hicks of Facebook responded by saying: "As long as the groups meet our terms of use, they can stay up. But we encourage users to report anything that is racist or objectionable.[13] The JIDF claimed the "Israel is not a Country" group was antisemitic and mobilized supporters to complain to Facebook in an effort to have it deleted.[14] After Facebook refused to shut the group down, the JIDF said it somehow took control of the group in July 2008.[6]

According to a November 2008 article in Haaretz,[10] the JIDF forwarded lists of Facebook groups that it deemed promoted hatred or violence to the website's administrators, hoping they would be removed. According to a man named "David" quoted in the Haaretz article, Facebook either did nothing or waited months before taking action. "David" told Haaretz that his group then decided to try to technically "intercept Facebook groups and make them impossible to access." The JIDF was particularly upset about Facebook groups praising the shooting of students at Jerusalem's Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in March 2008.[15][16]

In July 2009, the JIDF and Avi Dichter took credit for successfully pressuring Facebook into removing a fan page for Hizbullah leader Hassan Nasrallah. The JIDF said it mobilized supporters to complain about the page to Facebook's owners.[17] The JIDF website claims that it deleted the vast majority of a pro-Hezbollah fan page's 118,000 members. The JIDF sites says it has removed more than 100 antisemitic groups from Facebook.[10] The JIDF said in September 2009 that it took over the Facebook group "Eliminate Israel from Being" and deleted more than 5,000 members before Facebook management "returned control of the site to its administrators."[18]

The JIDF has criticized Facebook for allegedly condoning and hosting revisionist groups on its network. The group has charged that it's hypocritical of Facebook to remove groups that support the KKK, for instance, while not removing what it considers Holocaust denial sites and has vowed to keep putting pressure on Facebook over the matter.[19][20][21]

During the 2014 Gaza Holocaust, Israeli students as part of Hasbara set up the "Hasbara war room" to promote the genocide of people in Gaza Strip.[22]

Elsewhere on the Web

JIDF's measures "include reporting Wikipedia editors it claims are anti-Israel, and taking action against entries seen as including one-sided or false accounts of the history of Israel and the Mideast conflict," Haaretz wrote.

The group has also worked to corrupt Google Earth and force Google to deny Palestine ever existed at all to the point of removing Palestinian villages from Google Earth.[10]

The JIDF organized a pro-Gilad Shalit campaign in 2009 on the social networking site Twitter. During the Tweet4Shalit campaign Twitter users drove the Gilad Shalit name to the second highest trend on the day of his 23rd birthday. Tweets for Shalit ranged from the demand to "Free Shalit" to requests for international supervision of the case.[23][24]

The JIDF was recognized by the JTA as one of the "100 Most Influential Jewish Twitterers" and was ranked as the top-ranked Jewish Newswire.[25]

April 2014, the YouTube user "AryanTroll" released the video "Shut It Down (Parody of 'Let It Go')"] which quickly became popular.[26] The video spoke about how organizations like the JIDF would try to shut down anything on the internet that criticizes jews. In less than a month, a jewish website called "They Can't - Fighting Antisemitism Online" launched a campaign to shut down the video complaining about their actions. This organization gives a large list of things they have already taken down or are workng to take down.

Jewish students around the world also volunteer to spread pro-Israeli lies across the internet.[27]

On political forums, JIDF will debate people using the same tactics jews used for debating described in Mein Kampf.

Hasbara has shills so much on the world wide web, that they even use dating websites to to promote the Gaza Holocaust. Whenever someone criticizes Israel, hundreds of new accounts appear and argue with people anywhere.[28]

One tactic is they infiltrate popular Reddit groups, work their way up and take it over, then censor all criticism of Jews and automatically hide anything with the word "Zionist".[29]

Views

The JIDF website itself spreads hatred toward Muslims including their prophet Mohammed.[30][31]

In May 2009, CNN wrote that the JIDF is "sometimes guilty of sweeping generalizations of its own",[32] citing an 2008 interview published on Facebook critic Brian Cuban's site in which a JIDF representative discussed "the issues surrounding [then-candidate Barack Obama's] terrorist connections as well as his racist and anti-Semitic church, which has supported Hamas and the Rev. Louis Farrakhan", and the reply when asked how the Jewish and Muslim communities saw the JIDF, that "99.9% of Muslims hate us".[33]

Gallery

Videos

How Israel Uses Twitter, Facebook & Tinder to Legitimize Murder Brainwash Update
Shut It Down Parody of 'Let It Go'
Shlomo's Victory

See also

  • Debate -- has a quote from Mein Kampf what describes exactly what debating JIDF is like.
  • Daily Stormer#JIDF attacks -- The Daily Stormer is always been attacked by the JIDF

References

  1. "The Jewish Internet Defense Force (mainpage)". JIDF. 2008-08-23. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  2. "Thejidf.org Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2015-04-03. 
  3. http://www.dailystormer.com/the-daily-stormer-needs-you/
  4. "Gaza crisis spills onto the web". BBC News. January 14, 2009. 
  5. http://www.haaretz.co.il/hasite/spages/1037253.html
  6. 6.0 6.1 Stephanie Rubenstein (July 29, 2008). "Jewish Internet Defense Force 'seizes control' of anti-Israel Facebook group". Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved September 3, 2010. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 Internet activist no friend of Facebook The Jewish Week
  8. "JIDF Response to Wikipedia". JIDF. 2008-08-05. 
  9. "About the JIDF". JIDF. 2010-09-02. 
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Benjamin Hartman (2008-11-14). "An online battle for Israel's legitimacy". Haaretz. 
  11. http://www.dailypaul.com/293447/israeli-students-getting-paid-to-spread-propaganda-w-your-money
  12. http://www.councilforthenationalinterest.org/news/israellobby/item/2972-israeli-students-to-get-$2000-to-spread-state-propaganda-on-facebook
  13. 13.0 13.1 Zerbisias, Antonia (2007-05-03). "Playing Politics on Facebook". Toronto: The Star. 
  14. Moore, Matthew (2008-07-31). "Facebook: 'Anti-Semitic' group hijacked by Jewish force". London: The Telegraph. 
  15. Morrison, Sarah (2008-03-04). "Jewish Activist Battles For Israel on Facebook". Israel National News. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  16. Morrison, Sarah (2008-07-27). "Jewish Activists Hack Anti-Semitic Facebook Group". Israel National News. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  17. Social media users successfully face down Nasrallah on Facebook, Jerusalem Post, July 29, 2009
  18. Lungen, Paul (2008-09-25). "Anti-Israel Facebook groups infiltrated". Canadian Jewish News. Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  19. Call for hate groups to be taken offline, The National, Dubai, June 15, 2009
  20. Is Facebook Changing its Tune on Holocaust Deniers?, CS Monitor, May 11, 2009
  21. Miller, Elan (August 27, 2009). "'Facebook doesn't bar hateful content against Jews'". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved September 3, 2010. 
  22. http://www.globalresearch.ca/israel-student-union-set-up-war-room-to-sell-gaza-massacre-on-facebook/5392888
  23. Ryan, Josiah Daniel; Miller, Elan (August 27, 2009). "'Tweet4Shalit' campaign reaches No. 2 spot in Twitter". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved September 3, 2010. 
  24. Happy Birthday for Gilad Shalit?, Israel National News, August 5, 2009
  25. 100 Most Influential Jewish Twitterers, JTA, May 1, 2009
  26. Shut It Down Parody of 'Let It Go' mirror
  27. http://www.dailystormer.com/jewish-students-volunteer-to-promote-pro-israel-war-propaganda-on-social-media-sites/
  28. How Israel Uses Twitter, Facebook & Tinder to Legitimize Murder | Brainwash Update
  29. http://www.dailystormer.com/reddit-jews-ratheism-automatically-censors-the-word-zionist/
  30. Must see Religion of "Peace" Photo of the day JIDF website, May 19, 2010.
  31. During Ramadan Celebrations, Obama Supports Ground Zero Mosque (as do the "protesters"...just not at Ground Zero) JIDF website, August 14, 2010
  32. Lisa Respers France, Facebook urged to remove Holocaust-denial groups, CNN.com, May 8, 2009.
  33. Cuban, Brian. "Inside The Jewish Internet Defense Force". Brian Cuban. Retrieved 2010-09-05. 

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