Tens of Thousands of Anti-Semitic Tweets Follow Meron Tragedy

After news site Al Jazeera reported on the tragedy in Meron, 30,000 people commented on Twitter within the first six hours of the news being tweeted. Unfortunately, more than a third of the comments were either making fun of what happened or praising the fact that Jews had died. Investigative journalist David Collier was sad to discover that more than just a few people, the positive response to this awful news was much bigger than expected. Since then, the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Stand With Us and other organizations have condemned this reponse. Read more here.

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