Palestinian Islamic Jihad has been firing rockets at Israel from Gaza for close to two days in retaliation to the IDF’s successful “precision strike” that killed senior Islamic Jihad commander Baha Abu Al Ata. The IDF has been tweeting about it, but evidently, they’ve tweeted about it a little more than Twitter would like.

This afternoon, the IDF’s official Twitter account posted video of Twitter preventing them from tweeting about air raid sirens going off in southern Israel:

It is repetitive. And it is important. And Twitter should not be trying to prevent them from making the world aware of terrorists’ attempts to kill Israeli civilians.

Where is Twitter’s outrage? Or is that just reserved for the IDF?

Fix this, Twitter.



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