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  1. Well done Richard. Once again I have to express my amazement at the delusion of people like Hovotely that the immense hatred Israel has generated is due to the formal education of young Palestinians and videos. As if these young people haven’t heard from an early age onward about Israeli misdeeds against their people and have witnessed and/or experienced some of it themselves.

    The merit of Hovotely is that she shows the real face of Israel abroad. Being born and bred in the system, and obviously not intelligent enough to look at it critically, she cannot do otherwise.

    1. Prevention of incitement? Part of the motivation here is probably to prevent outsiders getting excited about what is really going on in Israel.

  2. This is not about “Palestinian videos”, but videos glorifying terror and inciting to murder innocent civilians just for being Jewish. You may call it “censorship” or whatever you want, but incitation to murder and terror should not be allowed in any civilized society. Also, it violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines.

    1. @ Bad Boy: News bulletin: no one in the rest of the world sees any of the issues the way you do. No one finds videos of Palestinian resistance or videos showing Israelis killing or beating up Palestinians to be “incitation [sic] to murder.” Only you do. Only you. And Israel, of course. You are alone. Get used to it. Google’s not going to do your dirty work, nor are we.

      Neither Google nor any of the rest of us share your phobias and obsessions. And no, none of these videos violate Google’s guidelines.

  3. Someone at Google should take a close look at Israeli videos, especially those demanding “death to Arabs!”. These are explicit and on a par with Rwanda’s Hutu Power RTLM radio. Now maybe Hotovely thinks that Israeli Jews are too stupid to see “death to Arabs!” as a call to arms and that this type of messaging doesn’t lead to action on the part of Israeli Jews against Palestinians. I beg to differ, but history has shown that Israeli Jews don’t need to wait for a video to tell them to kill Palestinians, not when their prime ministers and MKs are as racist as they’ve been since, oh I guess about 1948 and the killing of Palestinians is the raison d’etre of the zionist state.

    Great work Richard and thank you.

  4. Jeremiah 5:21 (‘Hear now this, O foolish people, and without understanding; which have eyes, and see not; which have ears, and hear not’).
    Google, smoogle.
    What is a hate crime for you is not a hate crime for me. Jewish religious maniacs who are allowed to publicly spout hate messages are allowed to away with it. We are seeing it in practice when Israeli civilians shout “Kill the Arab!” and shoot Palestinians in the street. Leave aside State sanctioned summary execution.

    When the world witnesses Israeli security forces breaking down the doors of Israelis to confiscate all copies of Torat Mamelech — a book expounding Jewish exclusivism in its most extreme form, which says the life of a Jew is worth more than a non-Jew, among other insane inanities – and burning them in a big pile in public, we can worry about videos on YouTube.

  5. Hopefully, Google is not just paying lip service, and is telling the truth about its arrangement with the fascist Israel government. I can’t help being a little bit skeptical when I read about these kinds of denials by big corporations!

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