Following a wave of anti-Semitic posts on Twitter, anti-racism groups in France say they were looking at all legal options to target the authors of thousands of offensive tweets – and possibly Twitter itself.
French anti-racist groups on Tuesday said they were launching wide-ranging legal action following a wave of anti-Semitic posts on microblogging site Twitter.
Translation: a good jew
Translation: a good jew should be cooked just right
Translation: a good jew will criticise the # unbonjuif hashtag because he sees anti-semitism in everything
The move follows an explosion last week in the use of the Twitter hashtag #unbonjuif – meaning “a good Jew” – to spread anti-Semitic jokes online.
By October 10, the hashtag was trending third in France (meaning it was the third most popular tagged subject on the site in the country) and a deluge of offensive posts
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