Twitter users are now being locked out of their accounts for using the Star of David in their profile picture. According to a recent report by the Jerusalem Post, the Star of David, a symbol that is often recognized as the symbol of Judaism as well as the Jewish state of Israel, has now been deemed “hateful imagery” by Twitter.
The Campaign Against Antisemitism has reported that several Twitter users have contacted them to report that their Twitter accounts have been locked. In a message to the users, Twitter explained, “We have determined that this account violated the Twitter Rules. Specifically for: Violating our rules against posting hateful imagery. You may not use hateful images or symbols in your profile image or profile header. As a result, we have locked your account.”
Screenshot courtesy Campaign Against Antisemitism
Unfortunately, this is not the first time Twitter has shown a behavior that repeatedly attacks groups of faith. Last month, Twitter banned an account from the leadership at Bethel Church in Redding California for sharing Bible verses.
There are so many Christians now waking up to the overt anti-Semitic and anti-Christian bias of social media giants, and are growing concerned.
This is just one of the many reasons why BTJ launched DingDash.com – a new social media site.
DingDash encourages freedom of speech and open debate. DingDash does not save your information, sell your information, and does not squelch free speech. DingDash is also open in places that other platforms are not – like China, Iran, and Sudan.
Best of all, DingDash has been built from the ground up by Christian volunteers from around the world.
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