Lamis Andoni is an analyst and commentator on Middle Eastern and Palestinian affairs.
Social media users are being urged to change their profile pictures to show solidarity with Palestine on 15 May.
Residents of West Bank refugee camps take to social media to warn their neighbours of imminent Israeli incursions.
Facebook and Twitter have recently deleted thousands of posts, pages and accounts in response to demands from the Israeli ministry of justice
The giant social network is taking a stand with the occupier, say Palestinian activists.
The social media giant continues to disable Palestinian accounts and pages, activists say
Israel advanced the so-called “Facebook bill” that would allow Israeli officials to force the social media giant to remove certain content through a court order if there are suspicions of “incitement
An Israeli court today issued a 17-month sentence against a Palestinian youth from the Shuafat refugee camp, in occupied East Jerusalem
Facebook's censorship and information sharing policies reveal a persistent pro-Israeli bias.
The has been an increase in the number of Palestinian prisoners who are being held in in Israeli jails because of posts they have published on social networking sites
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The UN General Assembly called in 1977 for the annual observance of the 29th of November as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
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