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Is what ignited the escalation this at all the social network? TECH Opinions Is what ignited the escalation in this streets at all the social network? Huge riots, lynchings and severe violence - these are just some of the words used to describe the last days in Israel and the commentators in the studios are still trying to understand and explain - what ignited it all? Maybe the screenshots from Telegram and the videos on Tiktok will be able to explain Tags



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Is what ignited the escalation in this streets at all the social network?

Huge riots, lynchings and severe violence - these are just some of the words used to describe the last days in Israel and the commentators in the studios are still trying to understand and explain - what ignited it all?

Maybe the screenshots from Telegram and the videos on Tiktok will be able to explain

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Friday, 14 May 2021, 12:10 Updated: Saturday, 15 May 2021, 19:10

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There will be much more talk about what really ignited the recent battle between Hamas and the Arabs and Israel. One thing is for sure - the young people are a new force on the ground that the police have not built on. A force that made the world forget for a moment about the Abrahamic agreements and remember that in Israel there is still no small conflict, and certainly not a simple one. In the last two weeks we have seen them throwing chairs, throwing stones, throwing violence and this is of course just a drop in the ocean. However, it is important to emphasize that it was not only the growing calls from Hamas and the Gaza Strip that woke up the young community in the West Bank, and from the Jewish side these were not only the telegram groups and extremist organizations, but also social networks. Especially social networks.



Think about it - what happens when Jerusalem Day convenes with al-Qadir night, and all this while Hamas is trying to gain control of the West Bank and is unable to hold elections and Israel is in such a big political mess that it does not stop holding elections.

The word "explosive" is written more times on this sentence than on the board in Bart Simpson's class.

It does not take much to burn the area.

This is why when Ticketock entered the story, the campaign changed completely from the script we had already learned to recognize, and the height of the flames in it increased significantly.

"There will be a lot more talk about what really ignited the recent battle between Hamas and the Arabs and Israel" (Photo: screenshot, screenshot)

Followers on the social network have probably already noticed the awakening of young people on the platform.

Whether it is uploading a video of the burning of Israeli flags, or in another case, physical violence against ultra-Orthodox and Jews throughout Jerusalem and the settlements and vice versa.

The videos in Tiktok show, perhaps for the first time in history, a different kind of ferment.

Control of this fermentation is enshrined in the laws of the platform, however when it comes to these masses, it is very difficult to achieve this control in time.

In fact, in stark contrast to Hamas attacks, in which there are ceasefire mediators, in the activities of those young people - there are none.

And if there are any, it's probably 18 years old with a smartphone.

They draw inspiration from the masses of videos posted on social media and in Tiktok in order to encourage street violence against Israeli residents.

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And of course, for the avoidance of doubt, the same violence comes from the other side of the coin. The videos show riots against Jews and lynchings in Arab and mixed cities across the country. The video that was distributed in Tiktok in which an Arab slaps an ultra-Orthodox person on the light rail in Jerusalem was in the headlines a total of three weeks ago. In other videos, one can see Jews attacking Arabs, a show that crumbles the coexistence that prevailed in some of these cities a moment earlier. It is a self-feeding circle, with ticking in the center, providing the stage for the extreme minority on both sides.



The process is almost always the same - Arabs or Jews film an act of violence, physical or verbal, against the other party. Edit the video, if any, and upload it to the social network in the hope that others will emulate it. It does not take much for those videos to become particularly popular on the platform, as Tiktok's feed allows people to see videos that have also been posted by people they do not follow. What's more, many people tend to react, positively or negatively, to some of the videos, which may just bounce them higher in the algorithm. It is clear from the situation at the moment on the ground that those videos only poured oil on the fire, which ended up playing directly into the hands of Hamas.

The result, with great sorrow, we have already seen in recent days.

The Gaza organization also reached the gates of Jerusalem.

His representatives came from all over the West Bank and Arab communities.

As of this writing, Hamas has fired thousands of rockets at Israel.

Some of them were shot in Jerusalem and received great shouts of sympathy among the young people who were waiting there.

There are huge riots in the streets of Israel, which the police seem to have a hard time containing.

Israeli Arabs and Jews in huge violent protests against each other - a sight that is more reminiscent (and very difficult to say) of civil war than silent demonstrations.

"We have been seeing the result, with great sorrow, in recent days" (Photo: Walla !, official website)

The videos did their job. The promised riots took place and the images from the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Lod, Ramla, Acre, Bat Yam and more continue from Israel to the whole world. These ticks are a small part of a wider trend of videos against Israeli citizens, Jews and Arabs, that have awakened many young people and teenagers to take to the streets and act violently. For them, the videos provide a clear spirit - they are not the only ones, and together they are a force that can act against the deterrence and threats of the other side by taking the law into their own hands. The police, in many of these videos, are barely visible.



The conclusion is quite simple and you can learn a lot from it about the systems that are probably yet to come.

The resonance of the videos and the incitement from social networks, with ticking in the center, may be greater and more severe with the addition of more people to the circle of trends burning there.

In the feed you can already see videos from Lod, Ramla, Acre and other cities that were once a symbol, and now suffer from minority riots.

Facebook groups, Instagram pages, personal profiles on Tiktok and Ashtags on Twitter, all undoubtedly have countless benefits in connecting us to each other.

Now, both sides are using them to encourage escalation in the streets of Israel and incite severe violence.

In a revised Internet world, special teams would be set up in just such emergencies in order to filter the content immediately and block users.

A better distinction needs to be made between videos of expression of opinion, and videos of incitement and calls for violence - not only by enforcing the various laws on platforms, but also by refining them very carefully.

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In a reformed world, even outside the walls of the Internet, we would already be finding a way to get along, stop the escalation and strive for peace and mutual equality.

Occasionally you can still find videos with a small point of light.

One that inspires hope that we will soon be able to live together quietly again.

Videos showing young Arabs strengthen Israeli security forces and encourage calm and peace between the two sides.

In the meantime, as long as this campaign continues on the streets of the country and extremist minorities continue to harm Jews and Arabs, it seems that in Tiktok you can follow everything in real time.

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