Facebook removed Feiglin’s post about the disaster in Lebanon

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The former Knesset member wrote on his Facebook page that the explosion that claimed the lives of more than a hundred civilians was a “celebration of Tu B’Av.” In response, the company imitated his message:

In the video: The death toll from an explosion in Beirut has risen to 135 (Photo: Reuters, Edited by Itai Amram)
Facebook today (Thursday) removed a post by former Knesset member and chairman of the Identity Party Moshe Feiglin in which he expressed joy over the disaster in the port of Beirut. Feiglin called the explosion that claimed the lives of more than a hundred people a “celebration of Valentine’s Day.” Because the content in it mocks the victims, which is contrary to our policy. ”

Feiglin shared a photo documenting the moment of the explosion in Lebanon and wrote, “You do not really believe it was some messy fuel depot, yes? You understand that this hell was supposed to fall on us in a rain of missiles. I have little experience with explosives. The biggest explosion I have taken. In which part was of 2.5 tons TNT.

He added that “for years I have been warning that the withdrawal from Lebanon and the new strategic balance against Hezbollah (‘thanks’ to four mothers,’ ‘thanks’ to Shelly Yachimovich, and of course’ special thanks’ to Ehud Barak), have put Israel on a balance of terror equivalent to a nuclear bomb. In the hands of the terrorist organization. “

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Feiglin (Photo: Reuven Castro)

The blast killed at least 145 people and injured about 5,000 others. Rescue teams continue
In search of survivors and bodies, some of which were thrown from the blast into the sea. In all, about 300,000 residents were left homeless, and hundreds more were missing. The hospitals in the city are collapsing under the load.

Lebanon is also facing a severe food crisis, after a large grain reservoir was damaged in an explosion that left a crater within a 200-meter radius. It is estimated that about 85% of Lebanon’s grain reserves were held in the port.

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