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'''Jewish Internet Defense Force''' or JDIF is a private, independent, activist site that provides cutting edge pro-Israel advocacy, presenting constant news and information by social networking and to those who share concerns about antisemitic online content, as well as content which promotes Islamic terrorism. The group was formed in 2000 after the massacre at the Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem, known as the second intifada. The JDIF is known for going after accounts on [[Facebook]], YouTube, Twitter, Myspace, Digg and other sites that promote [[antisemitism]].
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'''Jewish Internet Defense Force''' or JDIF is a private, independent, activist site that provides cutting edge pro-[[Israel]] advocacy, presenting constant news and information by social networking and to those who share concerns about antisemitic online content, as well as content which promotes [[Islamic terrorism]]. The group was formed in 2000 after the massacre at the Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem, known as the second intifada. The JDIF is known for going after accounts on [[Facebook]], YouTube, Twitter, Myspace, Digg and other sites that promote [[antisemitism]].
  
 
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==External Links==

Revision as of 23:35, 31 December 2010

Jewish Internet Defense Force or JDIF is a private, independent, activist site that provides cutting edge pro-Israel advocacy, presenting constant news and information by social networking and to those who share concerns about antisemitic online content, as well as content which promotes Islamic terrorism. The group was formed in 2000 after the massacre at the Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem, known as the second intifada. The JDIF is known for going after accounts on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Myspace, Digg and other sites that promote antisemitism.

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